Our Blog's Greatest Hits of 2009
September 13, 2017
Since we launched the WordStream blog earlier this year, what follows is not merely a list of our top posts of the year. These are our greatest hits of all time. (Cue Kanye joke, for nostalgic value – it's so 2009.) So pour yourself a glass of champagne and revisit our top 10 most popular and best loved blog posts ever:
- SEO Title Tag Formulas: How to Create High-Performance Title Tags – We all know how important good titles are for SEO. This post – apparently our most useful post ever! – outlines a systematic strategy for creating strong title tags.
- Find the Unfindable: 12 Ways to Find Anyone's Personal Email Address – Ken appealed to the stalker in all of you with these tips and tricks for tracking down personal contact info.
- Top SEO College Websites 2009 – The first in our Top SEO Websites series. We investigated which colleges and universities are dotting and crossing their SEO i's and t's.
- 10 Free SEO Tools We Use Every Day – Tried and true favorites from our SEO toolbag, including SEO for Firefox and Majestic SEO.
- Advanced Link Building: Clone Your Most Successful Link Profiles – Another meaty how-to post. Learn how to clone link profiles step by step.
- What Are the Best Article Submission Websites for Link Building? – Pretty self-explanatory: a list of the top article submission sites and services for building deep links, plus tips on managing your submissions.
- Over 1 Trillion Served: The Ultimate FREE Keyword Tool for PPC and SEO – Larry wrote this post announcing the release of our first Free Keyword Tool.
- Top SEO Web Design Company Websites – Another installment in the Top SEO Websites series. SEO is part of good design – we found out which web designers practice what they preach.
- How to Get Do Follow Links from Wikipedia Articles in Four Simple Steps – Admittedly a slightly misleading headline, Tom wrote this white-hat how-to on getting Wikipedia links.
- How to Achieve the Best Results for PPC & SEO – An overview of the 10 best practices we consider critical to search marketing success.
Happy New Year from WordStream! We hope to see more of you in 2010.
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