Thanks for the warm welcome back yesterday. You guys rock (in a non mass-of-earthy-minerals way).
I wanted to do this at the end of 2012 but hey, what’s a few days longer, right? These are the top 10 posts by number of pageviews from last year. Whoop! Whoop!
If you’re new to Momcomm, you’ll get a good idea of the stuff I (and my awesome guest bloggers) churn out. If you’ve been around this place for a while, then consider it a refreshing refresher.
You’ll start seeing a theme (ya, know that addicting, image-driven social network and that way-too-large social network that keeps messing with algorithms):
10. 5 Things Not to Re-Pin on Pinterest
My little pieces of advice for pinning in a way that won’t drive your followers nuts (and that will keep Pinterest a happy place).
9. How to See If Your Content Is Pinned on Pinterest
My first post about Pinterest was back in February of last year. This simple tip lets you see who’s pinned your posts.
8. How Many Page Views Do Small, Medium and Large Blogs Get?
This post is actually from 2011 but I didn’t weed it out of this list because I updated it in 2012 with a parenting blog analytics study (that I didn’t do).
7. Pinterest Search: Why It Sucks & How You Can Improve It
Pinterest search DOES suck. This post lays out just why that is and how you can make pin descriptions more useful for the masses.
6. How to Highlight a Post on Your Facebook Page Timeline
By now you probably know this but if not, don’t fret. Just read this post for how to highlight a post (and why you’d want to).
5. How to Rock Pinterest Like a Pro
This guest post from power pinner Stacy Teet (um, hello 230,000+ followers) is worth the read if you take Pinterest seriously as a way to drive traffic.
4. 5 Ways to Spiff Up Your Facebook Fan Page
Looking to spiff up your page for 2013? Catch this post then and get to work!
3. Facts about Facebook Promoted Posts
Back when all the hoopla started regarding promoted posts, I tried to set the record straight with this lovely post.
2. 8 Time Management Tips for Work-at-Home Moms
Another great post from a guest blogger. Tina Seitzinger gives you the down low on not going insane while working from home.
1. Ways Bloggers Can Use Pinterest Secret Boards
Secret boards were supposed to be a holiday thing (with a promise to consider making them permanent) but they’re still there. Maybe we’ll be lucky and they’ll stay. If you’re scratching your head as to why they’re useful, then read how bloggers can use secret boards in some fun ways.
Looking forward to a rockin’ 2013! (Even though I’m not a fan of the number 13. Go figure.)