In 2010, 283 posts were published on the Anti-Social Media. That’s an average of 23 a month. How I’m still on the brink of sanity after writing and drawing that much is beyond me.
What is clear though is that you all enjoyed the things I wrote. Here’s the ten most popular posts that appeared here on The Anti-Social Media in 2010.
- Rule # 5: Take Breaks – This was a matter of timing, serendipity, and getting shared by the right source at the right time. I published this a few days before Christmas, and it was picked up by SmartBrief on Social Media as a reason to take a break then. Soon, all of you who needed a reason to step away from the iPhone and the laptop for a few days held up this post as your shield. Glad I could help keep your personal life alive for a day.
- Stop Linking All Your Social Accounts! – I still see people doing this, especially their LinkedIn and Twitter accounts. Stop it. I don’t need to see every @ reply twice.
- Why I Don’t Care About Wikileaks – I knew this one would cause a riot when I posted it, and it did. Thankfully, I haven’t had anyone bring down my site from it.
- How to be an Awesome Blogger – One of my first pieces of positive advice, and who knew people would actually enjoy reading it and using it. I thought you all came here fro the cute comic strips and bad typos.
- Foursquare is F#&%ed – This post was very popular here, but even moreso on Social Media Today, where it was cross posted. I still think Foursquare and other location services need to do something big and different to
- The Modern Relationship Pyramid – This was one of the first cartoons I drew, and wow, who knew it would be this popular.
- The Social Media Uniform – The only guest post to make the list. Congrats, Allison.
- More Tweets that Drive me Insane – One of my many Tweets I hate posts. I’ve taken a break from these because the people I follow have gotten smarter
- Why I’m Joining Capstrat – Apparently, you all we’re really glad to see me get a social media job. Thanks.
- Why I Don’t Follow Your Brand on Twitter – I still don’t follow many brands on Twitter. I’m not planning on changing that anytime soon.
Thanks for reading all year long. Happy New Year, loyal readers.