For example, by watching what my visitors are most interested in I can see the topics trend and consider whether to write more about the popular topics, introduce my own information product or tutorial about the topic, or find an affiliate product to promote.
It also works the other way. I can see what topics weren’t of interest. I can avoid topics that my readers don’t want help with and instead focus on giving them more content about what they want to learn.
Curious what others are reading? Here’s a quick list of the top 15 posts from my site in 2009.
- My Biggest “Ah-ha!” Moments from Attract Clients Like Crazy
- 20 Actions I Implemented at Attract Clients Like Crazy
- Why Build Your Website with WordPress
- Tell Me About Your Business?
- Do You Really Need Business Goals for 2009?
- How I Implemented Things Quickly
- How to Promote Your Business with a Customer Welcome Kit
- How to Put Together Your Marketing Plan + 2 Free Templates
- What Makes Your Business Unique?
- 3 Sales-Killing Website Mistakes Work at Home Moms Make
- Easy, Auto-Pilot Ways to Promote Your Blog
- Quick & Easy One Page Marketing Plan
- How to Get Me to Un-Follow or Un-Friend You on Social Networks
- Outsourcing – Get Help!
- Even Super Heroes Need Help: Ways to Get Support and Stay Sane
Go check and see what your top posts/pages/products were for 2009 and find out if it’s what you expected or if there are surprises.