At the end of the year, it’s natural to want to look back and take stock. We here at Constant Commentary decided to do just that, and to put an extra spotlight on some of your favorite and our favorite blog posts from 2011.
The posts listed here (in no particular order) were either the most read or most commented on, or just a personal favorite of the team’s. Either way, if you missed any of these (or want to refresh your memory), then there’s no time like the present to catch up.
As we close the books on 2011 and move on to bigger and better things in 2012, let me end this year by saying thanks for reading and engaging with us here, on our Facebook Page, and on Twitter. We’ll see you next year!
In this post, we gave some suggestions to the fictional team from the TV show The Office.
Getting people to “Like” your Facebook Page is just the first step. What happens next is more important.
We’re big fans of businesses that humanize their brand by promoting more than their products and services. Here’s one example of that.
Dave Charest, our senior content developer, and I discussed one of the biggest questions in social media.
Using social media to increase the size of your mailing list was one of the more popular topics this year.
This new social network raised a lot of questions when it launched this summer. Here was our perspective.
The debate goes on about the merits of social influence and how much a Klout score is worth.
Just because you’re not selling a product or service, that doesn’t mean you can’t send compelling email messages.
In this post, we shared three tips to help businesses and organizations create a more personal and engaging social presence.
Using photos, videos, and blog posts in your emails is not enough. You need to do it the right way to make your efforts worthwhile.
Do you have any favorite posts from the past year? Please let us know here, or you can share your thoughts in the comments below.