The 5 Most Popular Posts of 2013 (and a quick question for you)

The 5 most popular posts of 2013 I’d like to give a personal shout-out to every single person who visited in 2013. Thank you for your time and interest – it means a lot to me!

If you’re here for the first time, this rundown of the 5 most popular posts of 2013 is an excellent introduction to what is all about.

Oh yeah, I almost forgot – I also have a quick question to ask you at the bottom of the post.

1. 10 Call-to-Action Case Studies w/ Examples from Real Button Tests

10 call-to-action case studiesWhen it comes to conversion rate optimization, your call-to-action buttons are the ultimate low-hanging fruit. Even minor tweaks to button design and copy can have major impact on conversions.

Here are 10 examples from A/B tests I’ve conducted, where I’ve experimented with everything from copy and button design over to the placement of the button.

See all 10 case studies here >>

2. 10 Tips for Writing Content That Ranks in 2013 (infographic) 

SEO CopywritingCopy is one of the most important aspects of onsite Search Engine Optimization. But with all the algorithm updates Google has pushed in recent years, a lot of the old tricks and best practices don’t work anymore. Moreover, it’s really hard to keep track of what does work.

In order to help you out, I teamed up with SEO Extraordinaire, Henrik Bondtofte, and put together this infographic with 10 tips for writing content that ranks in 2013.

Get the infographic here >>

3. Online Copywriting that Converts – 5 Lessons from 250 A/B Tests

Online Copywriting that ConvertsOver the last 4 years I’ve conducted more than 250 A/B tests focusing on copywriting, and how copy impacts conversions. I’ve experimented with everything from headlines and body copy, over to form/button copy and everything in between.

Here are the 5 main lessons I’ve learned from this extensive research.

Get all 5 lessons here >>

4. Understanding Google Author Rank and How to Use it in Your Content Marketing

Understanding Google’s Author Rank and How to Use it in Your Content MarketingWhat is Author Rank? How will it affect my Content? How do I build my Author Rank?

If you’re into Content Marketing, chances are you’ve been asking yourself these questions a lot lately. If so, you can look forward to getting all the answers in this extensive guest post by Danish SEO Extraordinaire, Henrik Bondtofte – read more about the guest author in the bio at the bottom of the page.

Learn about Author Rank here >>

5. How to Write Web Copy that Converts – 8 Simple Techniques Based on 4 Years of Research

how to write web copy that converts“How do I write web copy that converts?” If you find yourself asking that question a lot, you’re in luck!

In this post I’ll give you 8 simple techniques that will help you get it right every time. These techniques are based on what I’ve learned from 4 years of research and 300 copy-related A/B tests.

Learn all 8 techniques here >>

“What do you want to see more of on ContentVerve in 2014?”

The ultimate goal with is to provide you, the reader, with relevant, quality content that will help you improve your online marketing. For this reason I’m very interested in hearing what content you’d like to get more of on in 2014.

Leave a comment or shoot me an email and let me know what topics, case studies, podcasts or videos that you would find particularly helpful and interesting in 2014.


  1. Thanks for the post its nice to know the type of posts that did well in 2013, so you can prepare for 2014

  2. I’m a new reader, but I love what I’m seeing so far. My only request would be traffic case studies. I’m a traffic junkie myself, and I’d love to see what you’re doing to drive traffic to this blog or any other sites you have.

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