If there’s been one consistent theme that’s brought new people to Twittercism via Google in 2010, it’s been finding answers to why they have been blocked by others on Twitter. Or, after having blocked somebody themselves, why it doesn’t make all that much of a difference.
Here are the top 10 most popular posts on Twittercism as determined by pageviews in 2010.
- How To Tell If You’ve Been Blocked On Twitter
- A Block On Twitter Isn’t A Block At All
- Twitter 101
- Alan Davies And Stephen Fry: When Celebrities Fail At Twitter
- Are You Missing From Twitter Search?
- “I Wanted To Send You A Direct Message, But You’re Not Following Me…”
- Twitter Gets More Direct With Letting You Know When You’ve Been Blocked
- How To Write The Perfect Tweet
- HOWTO: Delete All (Or Lots) Of Your Direct Messages On Twitter… Including The Ones You’ve Sent
- HOWTO: Clean Up Your Twitter Feed By Removing Inactive Accounts
Note that not all of these articles were written in 2010 – it’s simply a list of the entries that received the most views throughout the year.
Tomorrow, I’ll be sharing my personal favourite Twittercism posts of 2010.
- Twitter's Big (And Untapped) Opportunity With B2B Marketers
- Twitter's Most Powerful Advertising Feature (That You're Not Using)
- Three Brand Fails That Prove Auto-Replies On Twitter Are A Bad Idea
- Would You Want To Follow Someone With A Handshake?