Has your New Year started with a bang? Already hard at work trying to get the best job done when it comes to Digital Marketing for your company? Here’s one more chance to look back on 2013. In the last weeks of the year (you might have been celebrating your holiday already) we re-published the 15 best read posts of 2013.
Last week we sent an overview of the 10 best posts to our newsletter subscribers and now here they are for you, in one overview: the 10 best read posts on State of Digital last year.
Don’ forget to back up your WordPress Database Files. Jackie Hole gives 6 Top WordPress Backup Recommendations to use. Read now
Originally posted on January 8 2013, a post by Jackie Hole
Facebook’s new Graph Search has potential for finding information about others and targeting, but also raises a lot of privacy questions at the same time.Read now
Originally posted on January 18 2013, a post by Bas van den Beld
Take a look at the most complete SEO Audit step by step guide to develop a Mobile SEO Analysis and Recommendations. Read now.
Originally posted on January 21 2013, a post Aleyda Solis
Ned Poulter talks about the 6 most useful Google Analytics Custom Dashboards he has discovered. Read now.
Originally posted on July 29 2013, a post by Ned Poulter
Four ex-Googlers with over 20 years of Search Quality experience address common SEO myths. Read now.
Originally posted on August 21 2013, a guest post by Fili Wiese and Kaspar Szymanski
15 tips for remarketing with Google Analytics and Google AdWords to help drive increased campaign performance.Read now.
Originally posted on February 26 2013, a post by Sam Noble
Article which talks through some of the key areas you need to think about when it comes to making your website accessible. Read now.
Originally posted on February 6 2013, a post byPaddy Moogan
Sharing photos on Facebook may not be secure as you might have thought. This post looks at this in detail and provides alternatives. Read now.
Originally posted on May 21 2013, a post by Sam Noble
If you want to target a Chinese audience through social media, forget about Facebook and Twitter. This is a guide to the top Chinese Social Media platforms.Read now.
Originally posted on May 28 2013, a post by Gemma Birch
A step-by-step guide to finding what are likely to be low quality links. With steps, tools and examples. Read now.
Originally posted on January 9 2013, a post by Paddy Moogan