Happy New Year! There’s something about the new year that prompts many bloggers to take stock of their previous year’s content. Whether it’s to analyze the popularity of one’s previous year’s topics or just to get a general sense of what readers liked, doing the most viewed of the previous year is a popular subject for many in bloggers. So, without further ado, here are some of the most viewed posts from the AttorneySync Lawyer Marketing Blog from 2010:
#10 A Law Firm Website Done Right – Real World Example – While Breyer Law has updated their site from the time of our original post, they still do a lot of things right.
#9 Like Lawyers, Everyone Hates SEOs Until You Need One – Lawyer jokes? Nope. We’re talking about SEOs.
#8 New From LinkedIn – Well not so new anymore, however, a good indicator that LinkedIn is still on the minds of our readers.
#7 Marketing 101: A Good Example of Really Bad Marketing – Our readers have demonstrated that they like finding information on what not to do. In this 2009 post, we show a great example of a marketing what not to do.
#6 Top 10 Lawyer Movies – Simply some of our favorite movies about lawyers and the law.
#5 Do You “Burn The Ships” When Approaching Challenges At Your Law Firm? – No retreat. No quit. No option to fail.
#4 Law Firm Web Marketing: The Essentials – Overwhelmed about all the online marketing tools available? Take a look at this list from 2009 of a couple of the essentials.
#3 5 Law Firm Internet Marketing Strategies I’m Nuking – Terminology from the AttorneySync fraternity days. Here are some strategies we advise against.
#2 Top 10 Business Books (that lawyers should read!) – Despite being a 2009 post, if you haven’t done so already, check out these books.
#1 Will LinkedIn Connect You With Attorneys That Have An Enviable Career Path? – Social media continues to be a hot button topic and legal professionals continue to flock to professional networking tools like LinkedIn. But are networks and tools like LinkedIn worth paying for?
From this review, it looks like social media was still hot in 2010. I wonder if the social media bubble will bust this year. It also appears that our 2009 posts beat our 2010 posts by a landslide. Looks like we need to pay more attention to our blog in 2011. Have a great year!