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January 2008 Round-Up

It’s time to do a wrap of of January 2008, to which we say, so long and goodbye. We shall never see thee again.

So for those interested, here is a list of our most viewed posts last month:

  1. The 19-Hour Website Analysis, in 20 Minutes or Less, Stoney deGeyter
  2. 9 Tools For Generating Keyword Lists – PPC or Otherwise, Diana Adams
  3. Social Media Marketing: How to Win Friends and Influence People, Michelle Montoya
  4. Blog Basics: 3 Keys to Overcome Your Lack of Readers, Rob Woods
  5. 14 Website Usability Guidelines That Keep them Coming Back for More, Stoney deGeyter
  6. Social Media and Viral Marketing – Four Ways to Increase Your Odds, Michelle Montoya
  7. 6 Quick and Easy Accessibility Issues That Make Your Visitors Happy, Stoney deGeyter
  8. Qualities of a Good Leader, Stoney deGeyter
  9. The Anatomy of a 10-Step, 12-Month Link Baiting Campaign, Stoney deGeyter
  10. 20 Ways to NAVIGATE to Higher Conversions, Stoney deGeyter

Next up is my reading list over the past month:

  1. Link Values Factors, Wiep Knol
  2. The Eyes Have It, Kevin Lee and Steve Baldwin
  3. Magician’s bane, Charles Beamer
  4. Money for nothing… and your clicks for free, Seth Godin
  5. The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More, Chris Anderson
  6. The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich, Timothy Ferris
  7. How to be a Billionaire: Proven Strategies from the Titans of Wealth, Martin Fridson
  8. Negotiation Genius: How to Overcome Obstacles and Achieve Brilliant Results at the Bargaining Table and Beyond, Deepak Malhotra and Max Bazerman
  9. Think BIG and Kick Ass in Business and Life, Donald Trump and Bill Zanker
  10. In the Line of Fire: How to Handle Tough Questions…When It Counts, Jerry Weissman
  11. Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom, Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter
  12. Customer Relationship Management, Adrian Payne
  13. The Warren Buffett Way, Second Edition, Robert G. Hagstrom

I’ll admit that most of those are summaries rather than the full book. I’m finding that there are more books that I want to read than I have time for. Something had to give and I have found the summaries to provide an excellent overview of the books main points. I still have a bunch of books on my shelf that I’ll try to read over the course of this year, along with anything new that comes up, and of course this list doesn’t count anything that I am currently reading.

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