Here's what you enjoyed reading the most in January.
Number Four was a brief post about "It's Not Personal, It's Business". Folks seemed to enjoy contemplating the simple questions raised in the article.
Number Three was "Measuring Loyal Customer Behavior Using Multichannel Forensics". As a whole, the Multichannel Forensics series has been well read, with a veritable plethora of downloads for the white paper.
Number Two was an article that Mr. Rubel at MicroPersuation linked to, called "Four In 150 Retailers Truly Leverage RSS Feeds". As you can see from the title, not many big online retailers are utilizing RSS feeds ... yet.
And the most-read article in January was The 1/3, 1/3, 1/3 Rule. This article was posted on Reddit by one of our loyal readers, and was ultimately viewed 12,700 times. When you average between 100 and 175 visitors a day, never more than 250 visits in a single day, your eyes pop out of your head when you see a visitor coming to your blog every three seconds.
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