What a massive year we’ve just come out of! Not just for us here at Reload, but for digital marketing as an industry.
We thought that now might be a good time to look back on the year that was, crunch the numbers and present you with our “Top blog posts from 2013”. Enjoy!
February 1 – Posted by Craig Somerville (General Manager)
Coming in 5th place is Craig’s piece on the Australian election, posted just days after the election date was set in February. This epic article discusses what Craig would do from a marketing perspective if he were in charge of the Labor and Coalition marketing campaigns. Well worth a read!
December 1 – Posted by Reload
Always a favourite, Reload’s third consecutive Christmas video has landed itself in 4th place this year. If you’re still feeling a little festive from the holiday season, head on over the article and have a squiz.
June 3 – Posted by Kate Cook (Senior Digital Marketing Consultant)
Kate Cook is a Senior Digital Marketing Consultant at Reload Media, and no stranger to our blog. This illustrated blog post shares a simple ‘hack’ Kate came across when using Facebook’s ‘Invite Email Contacts’ feature, and has proved to be a very popular article among marketers, raking up the third highest number of page views!
April 5 – Posted by Iain Calvert (Strategy Director)
Welcome to the big league. Coming in second place this year (quite convincingly) is Iain Calvert’s article on ‘not provided’ keywords. If you’re in the digital marketing industry, you may have found that this topic was big on your radar throughout 2013 too. All the same, feel free to check out Iain’s article for a comprehensive overview.
June 19 – Posted by Paul Goldston (Head of ROI)
“The Ultimate Guide to Google Plus for Businesses” is the ULTIMATE blog article, so we weren’t too surprised to see this one on top. And boy, was it on top. Since republishing the updated article in June, no other piece of content has brought more traffic to the Reload Media blog than this handbook of an article written specifically for business owners and marketers. If your business is struggling to find success on Google+, or if you’re yet to embrace the medium, go have a read of Paul’s article!
Well that’s all folks. Well, all for 2013. We will be back with more blog articles on our website very soon. Happy New Year!