Top Hall Blog Posts of 2015

The holiday season invites a sense of nostalgia. Before embarking into 2016, we’re taking a moment to look back at all that we’ve accomplished over the past year. From our first ever employee appreciation week, to being a Best Place to Work in Maine for the fifth straight year, to attending and speaking at WordCamps across the country (including the first ever WordCamp US).

In the last 365 days, we’ve also found ways to give back to our community, stay active in events around town, and moved into a beautiful new office. We have introduced a number of new faces to our team and plan to add still more in the coming months. 2016 promises to bring many great things, but in the spirit of reflection, here’s a look back at our most popular blog posts from 2015.

Top 5 Hall Blog Posts

  1. Is WordPress the Best Choice for Your Company Website? Jonas Levasseur
  2. How to Manage Duplicate Google Places Listings Ludmila MacLean
  3. Understanding Next and Previous Page Path Dimensions in Google Analytics Mike Johnston
  4. 3 Ways to Get More out of Your SEO Yoast Plugin
  5. Understanding Product Types in WooCommerce Gary Thayer

Top Web Design Posts

  1. 7 Websites for Beautiful Stock Photography Caitlin Frank
  2. Three Web Design Trends of 2015 Eli Dolloff
  3. Common Image File Extensions Explained Geoff Bell

Top Web Development Posts

  1. Is WordPress the Best Choice for Your Company Website? Jonas Levasseur
  2. Understanding Product Types in WooCommerce Gary Thayer
  3. What is the Difference Between a Page and a Post in WordPress? Gary Thayer

Top SEO Posts

  1. How to Manage Duplicate Google Places Listings Ludmila MacLean
  2. 3 Ways to Get More out of Your SEO Yoast Plugin
  3. How to Identify and Filter Bad Referrals in Your Google Analytics Data Mike Johnston

Top Analytics and Paid Search Posts

  1. Understanding Next and Previous Page Path Dimensions in Google Analytics Mike Johnston
  2. Getting Started with Gmail Sponsored Promotions Rachel Bowes
  3. Google AdWords to Delete Old Keywords and Ads