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Read the Best WSOL Blogs of 2016!

WSOL Best of 2016

What a year! We’ve laughed. We’ve cried. And we’re ready for it to be over.

This year, we’ve published over 150 blogs on, covering a wide variety of topics, including CMS strategy, search engine optimization (SEO), inbound marketing, user experience, and much more. We’ve rounded up the most popular for you to enjoy. Happy reading!

5. Marketing to Different Generations [Infographics]

Sarah Corley designed these helpful infographics that look at the best ways marketers can reach members of different generations.

4. What’s Happening With Episerver? Our Outlook for 2016

Chris Osterhout shares his predictions for 2016 in the Episerver community. Feel free to look back at our other blogs about Episerver to see which ones came true!

3. Improving Episerver Search with Vulcan 2.0

Brad McDavid looks at how Vulcan 2.0 provides powerful search capabilities for Episerver developers.

2. Marketing Personas vs Design Personas: What’s the Difference?

Dennis Kardys explores how to get the most out of the user personas you create by considering them from a marketing and/or design perspective.

1. Examining Expensive Queries with SQL Server Activity Monitor

Dan Sales looks at how to use SQL Server Activity Monitor to examine expensive queries and improve performance.

Did you find any of our blogs to be particularly helpful or informative this year? Please share your favorites in the comments below! We're looking forward to another great year of blogging in 2017!

About the Author

Sarah Corley
Sarah Corley
Sarah works as a marketing specialist at WSOL where she helps clients put their best digital foot forward online. She has been the driving force in defining company culture at WSOL. As a co-leader of the Chicago HubSpot User Group, Sarah is dedicated to creating a community where developers, marketers and sales teams make the web a better place. She worked for Nestle Toll House on their campaign, Bake Some Good, as a national brand ambassador and even baked her way to set a Guinness World Record. She has Bachelor of Science degrees in graphic design, journalism and public relations.
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