Top 10 Most Shared Blog Articles via Social Media

Top 10 Most Shared Blog Articles

What type of articles do you like to share on social media?

Happy New Year everyone! Last week, we shared with you about our top 10 most visited articles of 2014. Today, we are sharing our top 10 most shared articles in 2014.

This is the first year we have produced a list like this, and it has been great reviewing and analyzing it.

Benefits to Looking Back

Similar to looking back at our top 10 most visited articles, looking back at our top 10 most shared encourages a feeling of accomplishment.

Another great reason to look back on the top articles of 2014 is to find out what is working for your blog. These lists help to answer what type of articles people are sharing and reading.

Then, taking a look at the articles and asking yourself questions like; what about this article was so share worthy? Was it the picture, the catchy title, fantastic friends and tribe? Is there a common theme among the top 10?

These are questions I’m asking myself as I look into what topics I want to cover going forward this year.

All right, here we go. Here are our top 10 most shared blog articles in 2014 according to Social Crawlytics.

  1. How to Avoid Dangling Participles in Your Blog Articles
    This article was simply an answer to one of our reader’s question. Truth be told, there is nothing simple about this article. However, it prompted me to write many more articles focusing on grammar.
  2. How to Set Up Google Authorship in 3 Simple Steps
    The number one spot is shared by this easy-to-follow, “how to” article that Robin Strohmaier wrote in April 2013. Unlike the article above, this article also made it onto our top 10 most visited list at the number 2 spot. Unfortunately, Google surprised us and stopped supporting Google Authorship in August of 2014.
  3. Google Plus SEO – 4 Phenomenal Tips For Personal Profiles
    Robin does a phenomenal job with this article. She provides useful tips that everyone wonders about, while highlighting others in the social media world. I love the way she starts the article, using storytelling to draw us in.
  4. Absolute Best Time to Publish a Blog Article
    We spend a lot of time and hard work on each of our blog articles. I know you do, too. Make sure your articles are given their best chance by publishing them on a day and time that prompt your articles to get seen. This article provides the answer to the best day and time to publish your articles.
  5. 5 Qualities You Want in Your Content Writer
    The demand for content writers is growing. According to a report by Copyblogger, the demand has grown by 320% last year. If you are going to hire a content writer/ghost blogger or want to become one, make sure these five qualities are present./
  6. Never, Ever Give Up on a Dream
    I am personally very honored that this article was shared as often as it was. This is a very personal story of mine and my husband. It’s a story of failure and triumph. This is the first in a series I’ve been writing and it details the journey we took when my husband applied to graduate school.The story continues with,

  7. 15 Fabulous Facebook Tips for Your Business Page
    Make sure the time you invest into Facebook isn’t wasted with these 15 tips provided for you by Robin.
  8. Supercharge Your Blog Articles and Woo Your Readers by Increasing Your Grammar IQ
    Here you will find 3 easy ways to increase your grammar IQ. These tips are so simple you could apply them today. Plus, as a bonus we have another list of easy to make grammar mistakes. This is a great article to bookmark and check back with when you are writing a blog article.
  9. How to Write Evergreen or Cornerstone Content
    In this video blog, we provide 3 ways to quickly create cornerstone content.
  10. 6 Types of Standout Content for Google Hummingbird
    This article provides you with 6 different types of content that Google loves. Each type of content also has a helpful quick tip to help make sure your articles stand out.
  11. How to Repurpose and Recharge Your Content
    Let’s answer what repurposing your content is and how to do it in one article. Repurposing content is such a great way to continue to produce content especially when you feel stuck.

Your Turn

In closing, first, thank you for all your support! Have you ever taken a look at your most shared blog articles via social media? I would love to know: What do you think your top 10 most shared articles will tell you?

What is your favorite kind of content to share? Please let me know in the comment section below.

Have a wonderful week and happy blogging everyone!

Christine King is a staff writer at R & R Web Design LLC. She is passionate about writing and loves what blogging and businesses can achieve. Armed with her degree in social work, she brings the unique ability to motivate readers in every blog article she writes. She specializes in creating content and writing blog articles for a variety of businesses at R & R Web Design LLC.

This article was published on: January 5, 2015 and was last modified January 9, 2015
3 comments on “Top 10 Most Shared Blog Articles via Social Media
  1. Rick says:

    Just job, Christine.

  2. Veronica Athanasiou says:

    Happy new year Christine. Thanks for putting this together as it really sheds light on what to blog about. The general points can be applied on any blog but if I wanted to check my most visited or most shared articles, how can I do it? Is there a straightforward way or does it involve exporting and manipulating data from Google analytics?? I know this might be material for even a couple of blog articles, so a yes or no will suffice for now. I don’t think I’ll do it myself if it’s too complicated. I’d ask my webdesigner to help 😉

    Thanks in advance.

    • Happy New Year Veronica,

      I’ve asked Robin to follow up with an article on how she does it. She is the one who pulled all this information for me. 😉 I think there are a number of ways to do it but she does it a specific way for a specific reason. So stay tuned! Thanks Veronica! 🙂

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