Nothing says the New Year’s season like looking back at the year that was. This week, I’ll be taking you on a tour of the year that was, 2015. Sit back, relax, and let’s see what you liked.
Top Posts from Around Marketing
I chose to look at colleagues’ 2015; what follows is a short list of marketing-related tweets from 2015. The criteria I looked at was a tweet had to be retweeted 50 times or more, and it had to be marketing/marketing technology-related.
Ann Handley, MarketingProfs:
You can be a good writer without being a good marketer. But you can't be a good marketer & not also be a good writer. https://t.co/31n5TgBiaP
— Ann Handley (@MarketingProfs) July 22, 2015
Avinash Kaushik, Google:
— Avinash Kaushik (@avinash) April 13, 2015
It costs you nothing to refer people to good resources. It earns you LOTS to do so.
— Chris Brogan (@chrisbrogan) August 24, 2015
The Official Google Analytics account:
— Google Analytics (@googleanalytics) February 14, 2015
— IBM Watson (@IBMWatson) December 15, 2015
Jay Baer, Convince and Convert:
— Jay Baer (@jaybaer) March 27, 2015
BREAKING: Google open-sourcing TensorFlow, its machine learning system: https://t.co/fbRCQhgDDm This is huge.
— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) November 9, 2015
It's amazing how quickly people "get" Twitter when Facebook and Instagram are down.
— Scott Monty (@ScottMonty) January 27, 2015
Reflecting on 2015
2015 was analytics and content; content marketers struggled to be heard in an ever-noisier landscape, while marketing stakeholders asked for more and better data.
What will 2016 bring? That’s for next week. For now, thank you for being here. Thank you for reading, for being a part of my community. I wish you health, happiness, safety, and prosperity in the year to come.
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