As we take a look back on the digital tech trends of 2012, we’re also taking a moment to compare those trends to our most popular blogs from the past calendar year. Here’s our top twelve most visited blogs published in 2012:
- 12 for 2012: Security Buzzwords
What were the biggest security buzzwords of 2012? Andy Stewart kicked off 2012 by sharing his predictions.
- 3 Reasons You Should Adopt Adaptive Content
As digital media changes shape and form, so must our content. In this blog post Denise Dilworth, shares three reasons you should incorporate adaptive content into your content strategy.
- 8 Mobile Statistics Worth Sharing
From iPads to smartphones, mobile technology was one of the hottest tech topics of 2012. In this blog post, we share eight conversation-starting stats about mobile in 2012.
- 10 Awesome and Free Tools to Help You Make Your Own Infographics
Lisa Ruff proves that you don’t need to be a graphic artist to create compelling infographics.
- Three Mobile Security Best Practices that Everyone Should Know
As the prevalence and sophistication of mobile devices increases, so do the security threats to these devices. If you own a smart phone, tablet, or other mobile device, you should know these best practices.
- 5 Tips for Being More Efficient at Work
Are you looking for a way to make better use of your time at work? Consider adding these five ideas for increasing your efficiency at the office to your 2013 resolutions.
- Mobile Applications Strategy Deciding on Mobile App Features
When deciding on mobile app features, Jeff Picket reminds us to consider three things: user experience, the devices where your app will be used and the core capabilities of those devices.
- 5 Reasons Social Media Kills Customer Loyalty
Social media is a great tool to build customer loyalty when done right. In this blog post, Jon Bausman provides tips to help businesses avoid killing their customer loyalty.
- Geek: The New Chic!
Geeks unite! Jan Evans discusses how our growing use of technology has led to a new appreciation for those gifted in making technology work.
- Ad Hoc Reporting as a Catchall Requirement
Doug Smith shares four best practices to address ad-hoc reporting requirement in new systems or projects.
- Rate Your Website Visibility with a Quick SEO Audit
An SEO audit you can perform on your own to determine if you’re in good shape to generate quality visits, or whether you need to make some adjustments.
- Will the Real Shell Please Stand Up?
Greenpeace’s elaborately executed Shell Oil hoax fooled even the most savvy of social media experts. Jon Bausman discusses what we can learn from this fake Twitter account.
SOUND OFF: What trends from 2012 do you predict will be still be relevant in 2013? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.