We’ve posted on a wide variety of topics in THINKing this year, and based on what you have been reading, you must like the variety. Let’s take a look at the Top 10 posts from 2011. You might find something on the list that you missed.
Creativity Boost #3 – Dictionary Excursion – This was far and away our most read – and commented upon – post. It’s an exercise to boost your creative writing skills.
Top 11 Free Resources To Improve your Blog’s Content – As part of a continuing series to help you in developing compelling content, this post provides you a list of the top 11 online resources to help you improve your writing skills.
How To Write Tweets That Get Noticed – This guest post from David Murton says you need to consider and understand two important rules: readability and retweetability when writing your tweets.
How Is Social Media Like A Mullet – As Joe Dirt said in the movie by the same name, a mullet is “business in the front, party in the back.” And that is how social media is like a mullet: it’s both business and personal.
LinkedIn – Branding – In our series on LinkedIn, we talked in this post about how to use the social network for branding purposes.
Top 19 Free Photo Sites For Bloggers – This post outlines some of the best places to find free photos and images for your blog.
Creativity Boost #1 – The Mindtrip – A mindtrip is a way to find a novel solution to a problem by looking at it from a different perspective.
Pump Up Your Brain – According to Nobel prize-winning chemist Linus Pauling, the best way to get a good idea is to get a lot of ideas. In this post, we discuss brain exercises to help you generate more ideas.
Creativity 2011 Week#12 – Our weekly series of creativity links produced one of our Top 10 posts.
Top 15 Uses For QR Codes – QR codes were much discussed in 2011. We posted on some ways we think marketers should be using them.