Collective Conversation: 2007 Round-Up

20 December 2006

Before I head off for a couple of weeks break, I thought it would be worth delving into the data behind Collective Conversation and sharing our own 2006 Zeitgeist. So here goes.

Most Viewed Posts

  1. Dell goes one2one
  2. Social Software in the Enterprise
  3. Next seminar: Web 2.0 & the new internet boom
  4. An update on LG’s blogging programme
  5. Avoiding the dreaded three “B”s
  6. CoComment? No comment
  7. Finding the best talent
  8. Resources and wrap-up
  9. Make them email and THEN call us. Great idea Rose!
  10. Reduce, reuse, recycle – yes, it’s hip to be green

Top Referrers (Blogs)

  1. Tom Raftery’s I.T. views
  2. Micro Persuasion
  3. A Taste of Red
  4. Kunal.org
  5. Polar Bear Blog
  6. Licence to Roam
  7. Pandora Squared
  8. CorporateBlogging.info
  9. ARmadgeddon
  10. PR Studies

Top Search Phrase Referrals

  1. Internal communications
  2. Marketing technology
  3. Internal communication
  4. Seat guru
  5. Internal communications strategy
  6. Communication strategy
  7. Mini winnies
  8. Impian Ilyana
  9. Blogs
  10. Cultural difference

Location of Visitors

  1. USA
  2. UK
  3. Canada
  4. Germany
  5. China
  6. Japan
  7. Australia
  8. Israel
  9. France
  10. Republic of Korea

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5 Responses to “Collective Conversation: 2007 Round-Up”

  1. Lisa Walker

    Thanks for doing this Niall. Did you notice any particular characteristics that the top ten shared? ie. high numbers of brand mentions, numbers of links, use of our top ten search phrases?

  2. Niall Cook

    To be honest, I didn’t do that level of analysis. They all seem pretty different to me. Maybe someone else will spot the connection?

  3. Bruno Soares

    Thanks a lot, Niall. This is very interesting.

  4. Tom Raftery

    Niall – my site was the top referrer to your site? And I drove more traffic than Steve Rubel?

    Great, I’m delighted I drove traffic to you but if I sound a little surpried it is just ‘cos I don’t remember linking here recently!

  5. Niall Cook

    It was a trackback I left on this post, Tom:

    http://www.tomrafteryit.net/oreilly-trademarks-web-20-and-sets-lawyers-on-itcork

    Although looking at the number of visitors we supposedly got from this makes me think something fishy maybe going on (an overzealous search spider, maybe?)

    That Steve Rubel is overrated anyway ;-)

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