2007 Top Ten Posts at BIG Marketing


Another year coming to a close and everyone is putting out their top ten lists, so here are the top ten posts read here at BIG Marketing. A sincere thanks to all of you who have supported this blog in 2007. Interacting with you through this medium is such a joy for me. Cheers and Happy New Year!

  1. Facebook, The Right Way to Design a Social Networking Site
  2. It Pays to be a Penguin
  3. Revolutionary Pen-Size Computer Uses Bluetooth Technology
  4. The Starbucks Experience Wins Over Coffee Every Time
  5. Plenty of Fish Founder Rakes in Google Ad Dough
  6. iPod In-Ear Headphones Don’t Stick in My Ears
  7. Product Packaging That Packs a Punch

  8. Craigslist Founder Won’t Sell Out
  9. NHL All Star Voting Has a Viral Storm on its Hands
  10. Philips Shave Everywhere Ad is Viral at its Best

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5 responses to “2007 Top Ten Posts at BIG Marketing

  1. lance

    Rajan,

    I really have enjoyed following your posts throughout 2007. Thanks for your insights and point of view.

    All the best for 2008.

    Lance

  2. Thanks Lance. Your support is forever appreciated. Cheers and have a wonderful 2008!

  3. It’s always nice to take a look back and see what made the year. In a way, it helps us see clearer into the future. What mistakes held us back… What right decisions made our successes… Time Magazine has also released a good number of Top 10 Lists that ranges from medical breakthroughs to pop culture. It’s also worth checking out. 🙂

  4. m07

    all are gr8 posts deserved what they got.

  5. With regard to the world of online marketing these days you have to think creatively and have a variety of strategies in hand. For instance you must keep in mind the offline world when trying to expand your customer base and to bring new and unique visitors to your site.

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