Readers’ Picks: Top 10 Hive Strategies Social Media Blogposts for 2011

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Our Hive Strategies team has been busy writing – and thinking – this year. This is our 186th blogpost in 2011.

I’m a big fan of blogging – even when I’m not doing it as consistently as I’d like. It helps me shape and test my ideas in ways that nothing else quite does. And writing a really good blogpost, one that I feel passionate about, feels so satisfying.

Our team has covered a lot of territory this year. Some of our blogs are practical, some inspirational, some informational and some even incredulous. There is a lot of information on this site.

Which blogposts did our readers read?

But which blogposts really resonated with our readers?

This year 12,000+ people have visited our site, and a review of Google analytics tells us which blogposts they read the most. I realize that the fact that someone read a blogpost doesn’t mean it was his or her favorite, or even the most popular. But it is at least a way to measure interest.

Here are our readers’ top 10 visited blogposts for 2011:

Understanding the rules to a HIPAA-compliant social media policy

Honoring copyright part 2: Legal ways to use common social media platform logos

Swedish to hospitals: Surprising insights into HIPAA and social media

8 essential steps before you launch your hospital’s social media strategy

New study: How US hospitals use social media

Sometimes you need a little inspiration

Listen to the chatter

Leveraging a quick response for social media strategy: QR codes and readers

Avoid Facebook failure: Three questions to ask before you start a Facebook page

There is hope! Seven tips to combat social media overload

Now you know our readers’ favorites. If there is a trend, readers have been drawn to practical, how-to posts. Interestingly, only one of these made my personal top 10 favorite blogposts of 2011. Tune in next week for a look at that list.

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