Your Favorite Deviant Posts of 2010

Here’s a look at the four posts from 2010 that you guys liked the most. We have a lot on tap for 2011, but we would love to hear what you would like us to blog about this year. Comment below.

1. Democrats Go Social — a post by Taylor on the new branding approach the Democratic Party have taken.

2. 5 Ways to Raise Your Profile on LinkedIn — a brief snapshot of one of our popular Drinks & Apps series seminars. LinkedIN has come leaps and bounds in 2010, and has no plans to slow down in 2011. The social business networking site has features and tools of its own that aren’t always the most user-friendly. We broke down the most popular features, such as Groups, Answers, the Reading List, Events, as well as how to conduct Market Analysis in the space.

3. 5 Great Apps for Start-up Facebook Pages — Our picks for 5 great apps to build out your Facebook pages with ecommerce, blogs, tabs, promotions, sweepstakes, video and more.

4. The Wilderness Downtown — A look at how Arcade Fire and Google experimented with HTML 5. I still get goosebumps.

P.S. That’s my kiddo in the pic. Not sure why the waitress gave him a tiara considering he’s wearing flannel…

Tags: best of 2010, LinkedIn, social media 2010

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