The Best of Copyblogger 2010

The Best of Copyblogger 2010

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  1. Those are great posts, but you’re missing one more post on that list. For some reason, it didn’t do nearly as well as I think it should have done, but It’s something every single blogger should do, and you know it!

    https://www.copyblogger.com/cornerstone-pages/

    (Look at that. I’m being overly self-promotional, and I’m not even linking to my own website).

  2. Brian’s taught me a lot, it’s true. He taught me how to faceplant at the IZEA advisory board meeting. He taught me how to hack up a lung at PubCon. And he taught me that you can stay at a place in Massachusetts that looks on a map to be so close to my place, and still be 1.5 hours away up a scrawny little cape, such that I didn’t see him until like 10 that night.

    Nah. Welcome to 2010’s best, and I’m glad we work together.

    More on 3T in 2011.

  3. Gee, thanks for giving me even more to read as I go into the new year. My family’s wondering where the hell I disappeared to 😉

  4. After reading this list, I realize that I still have a ton to learn. Time to visit these folks’ site and add some new voices to my reader. Thanks for the spot Brian and thanks for a great place to shine.

  5. That’s a really great list. My two favorites have to be “11 Smart Tips for Brilliant Writing” and “20 Warning Signs that Your Content Sucks.”

    I liked some of last year’s content a little better; James’s confession about her being a woman and some of Jon’s simply amazing posts, but definitely I think the blog was more consistent this year and certainly another great year. You added around 40000 subscribers, too, so that’s really awesome, especially considering you took two days off each week during the Summer.

    This blog is just continually improving, can’t wait to see where it’ll go in 2011.

  6. Wow, I discovered copyblogger this december, I’ve missed a lot of great content, but with this list I will have a very good time reading the best of the best.

    Thanks for posting!

  7. I have thoroughly enjoyed your posts this year. And I would like to think my writing has improved very much because of them. I recommend your blog to people getting started with blogging and writing for the web. Keep up the good work!

  8. Great “best of…”. All well worth re-reading especially for those of us struggling to make our blogs more effective. Thanks and happy holidays to Copyblogger

  9. Makes me all warm and fuzzy to see these. 🙂

    It’s particularly cool to have lots of new faces in addition to our awesome crew of regulars. What a great bunch.

  10. A tip of the hat to Brian for having managed to still hold the empire crown despite my repeated (sneaky) attempts to dethrone him…

    … and the very best to all the people who make Copyblogger the great place it is. Jon, Dean, Sonia and more names than I can list here. It’s an honor to be part of this place.

    Now if I can just snag that sceptre…

  11. Hi Brian!

    It was truly one amazing year for Copyblogger! I learned a lot from all of you and as always, I am looking forward to more great posts in 2011.

    Keep ’em coming!

    Happy New Year!

  12. You know 51st and Memorial in Tulsa? I KNEW there was a reason I loved you guys… beyond the awesomeness, of course. Though I think, living here, I’d put 71st and Memorial up against its slightly northern cousin any day on the dangerous scale.

  13. The thing I like about this kind of post is that I get to read the old posts that I may have forgotten, or not seen in some cases. Happy New Year CopyBlogger. 🙂

  14. 16 of the 20 most popular posts had numbers in the titles…….There’s a rumour doping the rounds that LISTS are SO last year….I don’t think so, going by this popularity survey. 😆

    I like numbers, and I’ll have one in loads of my titles now. 8)

    John

  15. i am glad i found your website this year it has provided me with great info and insight, as i look to become a more “dedicated” blogger in 2011 i will keep coming back for “all” the articles as i know they will help my endevours!

  16. Brian, thank you so much for taking the time to put so much of your great content altogether in one neat post! It makes for great reading and will serve as a valuable resource to so many people!

    Thank you for all that you do, may 2011 be filled with much abundence to you and yours!

  17. Great info here Brian. I actually printed some of these out, and got out my highlighter. Should be essential reading for anyone who is serious about making a living online. Happy New Years.

  18. This is a great list. It will take me all day to go through all the posts but fortunately, I read some of them before.
    But still I gotta bookmark all of them and read them often.

    I also wanna say Happy New Year and thank you for all I learned from you in 2010.

  19. “11 Smart Tips for Brilliant Writing,” “7 Tips for an Authentic and Productive Writing Process”,and “8 Incredibly Simple Ways to Get More People to Read Your Content” are probably the 3 most helpful blog post that I have come across on this site. Since English is my second language, the 11 smart tips, helped me to focus on simple rules I can easily understand and implement! Some of these blogging tips are very helpful and sometimes overlooked. Looking forward to your posts in 2011!

    Happy New Year!

    Yoichi

  20. Clearly the mobile devices posts were overlooked 😉

    Thanks for the top ten Brian and here’s to a great 2011…..let’s add more mobile device content…I hear it might be a trend this year 😉

    –shane

  21. Awesome Awesome content. Love that you posted the top posts of 2010. I will be reading this stuff in my sleep and dreaming about SEO and Keywords. I’m going to make my blog ROCK this year thanks to you!!
    Thanks again for all of your hard work and I look forward to reading all of your new posts!

    – Lark

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