6 Unforgettable Blog Posts of 2011 (about blogging)
I was browsing the year-end edition of a local entertainment magazine. It listed 50 top movies for the year 2011. I was going through each movie title counting out how many movies I had seen from that list (by the way, I am a movie fanatic!). While some titles were familiar, there were a few that I had to really think for a few seconds to figure out whether I have watched it. Indeed some movies are instantly forgettable; they fail to leave any sort of impression what so ever! Then there are memorable stories that you can’t forget. You even dream about these story lines while you sleep!
The same applies to blogging. Through out this year, we’ve read thousands of blog posts. How many of those blog posts really stood out? Here are a few blog posts about blogging that I’ve come across and really cemented a place in my mind. What are the most memorable posts you’ve read this year? Let me know in the comments.
By Corbett Barr (thinktraffic.net)
At the time of writing this post has 842 tweets! I guess I am not the only one who found this post really useful. This was really an actionable post, where I made a to do list for each area that I wanted to improve. I even bookmarked this post and re-visited this blog post many times and made sure that I was on track.
By Sean Platt (ghostwriterdad.com)
While it’s possible to make a very good living as a writer online, it’s no walk in the park! It requires quite a bit of hard work, dedication, discipline and patience, which is well portrayed in this post.
guest post by Linda Hewett (WeBlogBetter.com)
A fairly unique spin with to a problem most bloggers struggle with!
By Shamelle Perera (betterbloggingways.com)
Well, this one’s mine (blush)! When Pat Flynn, Srinivas Rao, Sonia Simone and Fanoosh Brock say nice things to “little me”, it naturally becomes unforgettable. So this is my unforgettable blog post for the year 2011.
By Oli Gardner (unbounce.com)
It’s comprehensive post about how to enhance your design for better conversion. I can’t imagine how many hours Oli must have taken to put this post together.
By Guest post by James Pruitt (basicblogtips.com)
Some harsh truths that most of us don’t really want to hear!
What is missing in the list? Any nominees for unforgettable blog posts of 2011 from you? Leave a comment below.