PRWeb Top 5 Most Read Blog Posts of 2010

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Looks like you love the posts about releases we love, so we decided to do a wrap up of the most popular posts on PRWeb.com this year!

October’s PRWeb Picks: Five Releases We Love
Nothing beats a round up post—and in PRWeb’s October release round up, we featured someone who wrote an entire novel on Facebook, a penny that sold for $1.7 million and the season’s hottest new video game release driving Halloween costume sales.

November’s PRWeb Picks: Five Releases We Love
Ah, the holiday season is upon us. Our favorite releases for November distributed business news—but these releases put a spin on the season and tied holiday trends to their topic. How about the 15 must have holiday gifts for this year’s discerning divas? Or 10 unusual holiday business gifts under $100? These 5 even made it into a webinar with Janet Thaeler on generating holiday buzz with great press releases.

December’s Five Releases Peter Shankman Loves
HARO founder Peter Shankman paid us a visit this month to tell us his favorite releases on PRWeb and his choices weren’t all that surprising: Florida’s best guide to restaurants, a 10,000 book giveaway from Amazon.com and Dr. 90210 launching a new website all made his list of skillful self-promoting releases.
If this were a personality test, I’d say Peter loves great food, great books (he’s authored 2 himself) and sitting in the surgeons office? Er, only if A-list celebs have sat in the exact same place, which many have at Dr. 90210’s place!

May’s sneak preview of the new PRWeb news release template
The year 2010 came with tons of improvement for PRWeb and our most exciting change was the unveiling of our new news release template—more space for multimedia and increased interaction topped our customer feedback list so we gave it to you!

December’s “How to Pitch HARO Successfully” post
The free source-finding and media placement mega-engine gained even more popularity when Vocus acquired HARO, and we couldn’t help but think of ways to make it more efficient. Using testimonials from actual HARO users, we compiled a 9-point, must do list for anyone using HARO to improve results when putting out or responding to queries.

What were your favorite PRWeb blog posts in 2010? What topics or posts would you like to see in 2011? Leave your answers in the comments section below!