The Twelve Most Popular Posts of 2012
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Here is a round up of 12 of the most popular posts from 2012.
Learn to improve conversion from experts like Rand Fishkin, Derek Halpern and Bryan Eisenberg.
If you want people to engage with your content, you need to make them curious. Here’s how.
Demian Farnworth teaches us social proof by example in this article. Examples from Facebook, Starbucks and Yelp just to name a few.
Learn how to use a single Excel file to keep track of the SEO of a website. This file is particularly useful during a web redesign project. When you’re done learning the process, download the Excel file for yourself.
View 10 beautiful and engaging websites and the hex codes of the color palette used on those sites.
Kristi Hines provides an excellent round up of the best conversion optimization blogs on the Internet.
This post from Babar Suleman goes over the ins and outs of Microsoft’s new design revolution — the Metro UI.
Learn the proven formulas that for writing headlines that get people to take action. In this article, Russ Henneberry breaks down 7 brilliant headlines on the cover of Prevention magazine.
Adam Kreitman of Words That Click provides professional analysis of 11 top-notich AdWords ads and explains why they work.
Greg Ciotti uses the science of eye tracking to teach us how to build a website that drives sales.
If you don’t have plans for the next 10 minutes or so, take a look at this post that illustrates one of Google’s most charming brand attributes — their sense of humor.
Have a safe and happy new year celebration — see you in 2013!