Guest writers make an amazing contribution to ClickZ, and here are the most popular we’ve published this year.
It’s not all about pageviews though, so a big thank-you to anyone who contributed this year.
I’ve listed them with the largest number of pageviews first.
A great list of digital tools from Bryan Eisenberg.
Joshua J. Steimle with a loom at the most significant social media platforms in China.
Bob Cargill takes a look at the potential of Periscope…
Bob Cargill again with a look at some great social examples to follow.
— Raytheon (@Raytheon) September 25, 2015
At the end of September, Google announced a new offering, Customer Match. Derek Harding explains its potential impact on email marketing.
Navneet Kaushal lists some great tools for creating content.
Jeanne Jennings explains how she determines whether to recommend single or double opt-in to a client.
Tessa Wegert looks at some ways that brands can produce highly relevant campaigns.
Funny posts win on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Vine, though maybe not LinkedIn.
Here are 12 good examples from Bob Cargill…
Liz Rutgersson discusses five options for display targeting within email environments, looking at the highlights and consideration points for each.
As an email marketer, I would rather have 100 customers who open and engage with my messages than 10,000 who don't.
They're arguably the most annoying video ad formats in existence, but soon they'll be a thing of the past, at least on YouTube.
There are so many ways in which email continues to develop and progress, but in one way email still lives in the last decade.
Social media has developed into an effective component of digital strategy, but measuring its performance is still a challenge. How will analytics affect social media in 2017?