As the year 2013 draws to a close today, we can safely count our page views and declare the ten most popular posts on The Hub this year. The list has some fantastic analysis pieces from our expert bloggers, as well as two viral videos and quite possibly the most hilarious way a CEO has responded to criticism from a celebrity.
Brian Lustig explains how Google’s new search ranking algorithm works and what it means for digital marketers.
Rebekah Iliff’s report on what the newly private Dell is doing to help startups.
After Snapchat spurned Facebook’s $3 billion offer, Jen Nedeau tells us why it was right to hold out and how it may be even more valuable than we think.
An illustrated guide to what makes Denny’s the coolest brand to have a Tumblr page.
A Google ad that had people on both sides of the India-Pakistan border sobbing.
Who says big data is boring? Here’s a fantastic analysis of Twitter activity surrounding the end of one of television’s greatest series.
A pretty English girl, selling an essential, but embarrassing product, which makes this video comedy gold.
Gal Borenstein forces us to take a look at some marketing terms we’ve turned into cliches.
The essential reference guide for every social media user.