My 50 Most Linked To Posts

links I was just looking at something on Yahoo! Site Explorer and realized that I could pluck from it the 50 most linked to posts on my site without a lot of heavy lifting.

It’s interesting what you chose. I don’t agree with some of them, but when I read the titles, I know what was going on at the time, and I can see how things went the way they did. By the way, what’s your favorite post to link? Turns out, mostly numbered list posts. Like this one.

So here they are, My 50 Most Linked To Posts:

  1. When Google Owns You
  2. 50 Ideas on Using Twitter for Business
  3. 20 Free eBooks About Social Media
  4. 50 Ways to Take Your Blog to the Next Level
  5. Free eBook on Personal Branding
  6. 50 Ways Marketers Can use Social Media to Improve Their Marketing
  7. 100 Personal Branding Tactics Using Social Media
  8. 50 Steps to Establishing a Consistent Social Media Practice
  9. 50 Online Applications and Sites to Consider
  10. Twelve Ways to Sell Social Media to Your Boss
  11. A Sample Blogging Workflow
  12. Etiquette in the Age of Social Media
  13. Best Social Media Advice From This Site
  14. 50 Blog Topics Marketers Could Write For Their Companies
  15. My Best Advice About Blogging
  16. Nine Ways to Promote Your Blog Posts
  17. How to Do More With Less Time
  18. On Managing A Community
  19. Write Your LinkedIn Profile for Your Future
  20. Is Your Community For Sale?
  21. Five Tools I Use for Listening
  22. Ten Secrets to Better Blogging
  23. Essential Skills of a Community Manager
  24. What Social Media Does Best
  25. My Best Advice About Social Media
  26. My Best Advice About Personal Branding
  27. How to Use Friendfeed as a Collaborative Business Tool
  28. Starting a Social Media Strategy
  29. What are Some Social Media Marketing Best Practices
  30. Develop a Strong Personal Brand Online Part 1
  31. How to Create Business From a Blog
  32. Cuil Misses Me
  33. Social Media Starter Moves for Freelancers
  34. Thinking About Trust Agents
  35. How I Tamed My Inbox
  36. You Can Do Your Job Without Twitter
  37. Make Your Blog Design Work For You
  38. How Content Marketing Will Shake the Tree
  39. Advertising and Trust
  40. What I Want a Social Media Expert to Know
  41. Workflow- Social Media for Marketers
  42. How to Listen for Opportunities on Twitter
  43. Thinking About the Negatives
  44. Threading Some Trends Together
  45. Google Gets Back to Nick (related to this).

  46. Social Media Does Not Replace Marketing Strategy
  47. Cherp is a Twitter-Flavored Agency (why?)
  48. Share Share Share Share Share
  49. The Vital Importance of Your Network
  50. Is Your Blog For Rent?

I’m not sure I agree that these are my best, but they’re what people linked to for whatever reason. Maybe this is useful to folks who are new to the blog? Let me know.

And thanks for your attention.

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  • http://www.billsavings.com Victoria

    The titles say alot and the whole Cosmo magazine approach seems very effective. Perhaps b/c it’s to the point and people know what they are getting in terms of numbered or bulleted blog, which is perhaps easier to read and for scanning over purposes.
    Good job!

  • http://radiogirlradiogirl.blogspot.com kim/radiogirl

    Love this. Thanks for taking the time to pull it together.

  • http://radiogirlradiogirl.blogspot.com kim/radiogirl

    Love this. Thanks for taking the time to pull it together.

  • http://leanandgreen.wordpress.com/ Mary

    Great list – how’s your finger?

  • http://leanandgreen.wordpress.com/ Mary

    Great list – how’s your finger?

  • http://chrisbrogan.com chrisbrogan

    @Mary – finger’s better now. Thank you.

  • http://chrisbrogan.com chrisbrogan

    @Mary – finger’s better now. Thank you.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/afferent/ David

    Thanks for the link back/photo credits.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/afferent/ David

    Thanks for the link back/photo credits.

  • Sasha Kane

    As Always-Ever thinking about your readers.
    Thank-You so much!

  • Sasha Kane

    As Always-Ever thinking about your readers.
    Thank-You so much!

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  • http://activeenglishspeaking.com Maggi Carstairs

    Fabulous list of resources…I am sure this will become, or should become, your most linked to link..

    Happy New Year and thank you for a wonderful collection of blogs, ideas and inspiration.

    I continue to remain your inspired fan and reader…

    Maggi Carstairs

  • http://activeenglishspeaking.com Maggi Carstairs

    Fabulous list of resources…I am sure this will become, or should become, your most linked to link..

    Happy New Year and thank you for a wonderful collection of blogs, ideas and inspiration.

    I continue to remain your inspired fan and reader…

    Maggi Carstairs

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  • http://www.Net-Profit-Marketing.com Willy Lim – Small Business Mar

    This is an amazing list of social media marketing articles, extremely useful for small business marketing. Thank you so much, Chris :)

    Willy Lim
    Small Business Marketing Expert

  • http://www.Net-Profit-Marketing.com Willy Lim – Small Business Marketing Expert

    This is an amazing list of social media marketing articles, extremely useful for small business marketing. Thank you so much, Chris :)

    Willy Lim
    Small Business Marketing Expert

  • http://www.royzy.co.uk Roy Nottage

    Wow…this is a great list! Plenty of good reading for me to get on with. Thanks a lot Chris.

  • http://www.royzy.co.uk Roy Nottage

    Wow…this is a great list! Plenty of good reading for me to get on with. Thanks a lot Chris.

  • http://www.madmouseblog.com/ Madmouse Blog

    Pretty good list and a clever way to come up with a new post. There is a lot of articles which you have that are related to some of my articles on my blog.
    Will be spending some time to read what you have to say on some of these topics.

    By the way, I came by through the means of Twitter.

  • http://www.madmouseblog.com/ Madmouse Blog

    Pretty good list and a clever way to come up with a new post. There is a lot of articles which you have that are related to some of my articles on my blog.
    Will be spending some time to read what you have to say on some of these topics.

    By the way, I came by through the means of Twitter.

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  • http://www.defining-value.com Amy Lauren Young

    How do you recommend engaging visitors to comment on blogs and on twitter?

  • http://www.defining-value.com Amy Lauren Young

    How do you recommend engaging visitors to comment on blogs and on twitter?

  • http://www.GaryMcElwain.com Gary McElwain

    Hi Chris

    I’m fairly new to your blog, thanks to Jack Humphrey. So I really appreciate
    this awsome list of archives. I’ll let you know when I come up for air.

    Gary McElwain

  • http://www.GaryMcElwain.com Gary McElwain

    Hi Chris

    I’m fairly new to your blog, thanks to Jack Humphrey. So I really appreciate
    this awsome list of archives. I’ll let you know when I come up for air.

    Gary McElwain

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  • http://Blog.HubSpot.com Mike Volpe

    “I was just looking at something on Yahoo! Site Explorer and realized that I could pluck from it the 50 most linked to posts on my site without a lot of heavy lifting.”

    Really? To do this correctly with Yahoo, I think you need to take each individual URL for every single blog article and then put each URL into Yahoo one at a time and see what the results are. Is that what you did? You probably have 100+ articles, you put each URL into Yahoo one at a time? Wow. You have much more tolerance for heavy lifting than I do!

  • http://Blog.HubSpot.com Mike Volpe

    “I was just looking at something on Yahoo! Site Explorer and realized that I could pluck from it the 50 most linked to posts on my site without a lot of heavy lifting.”

    Really? To do this correctly with Yahoo, I think you need to take each individual URL for every single blog article and then put each URL into Yahoo one at a time and see what the results are. Is that what you did? You probably have 100+ articles, you put each URL into Yahoo one at a time? Wow. You have much more tolerance for heavy lifting than I do!

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  • http://www.clippingpathspecialist.com/clipping-path/ Atiqur Sumon

    Yahoo! Site Explorer is the best backlink checker