It was the Year of Social Media-Top 15 Most Read Posts on for 2010

It was an exciting year, we covered new areas such as Travel, we got more into Mobile. It was certainly the year of Social Media as Jamaica and the Caribbean woke up to it big time. The year also gave us an inkling as to what will be happening this year and we believe it will be the Caribbean startups and the entrepreneurs behind them, that will be the stars of SiliconCaribe and the Caribbean in 2011. They are seeing the possibilities, doing things differently and no longer see their geographical location as  a hindrance but as a matter of fact and a jump off point.

These are our top stories for 2010 and we culled this list based on the combination of the number of likes, comments,tweets and that days spike in readership. Enjoy the ones you’ve missed and relive the joy of reading the ones you’re familiar with. Happy New Year to you all.

1. Reggae Music Lessons: Top 3 Reasons Reggae Music Sales Suck and How to change it

2. Four Online Shopping Trends for 2011

3. The Caribbean Helping HAITI: Here’s How- Online, by Text, Drop it Off

4. Travel Tuesday: Jamaica Pegasus the most influential Jamaican hotel on Twitter

5. Screw the “Pretty”, It’s about the $$$. Well done Jamaica Gleaner

6. How We Did it: Digicel, the Caribbean Brand with the largest FaceBook Fan Page Community

7. Marc Canter, Founder of Macromedia, creator of FLASH Media Player will speak at the technology event Kingston Beta in June.

8. A pre Kingston Beta Facebook Interview with Marc Canter, Founder of Macromedia, Ceo of Broadband Mechanics.

9. How A Blogger’s Meetup can market Destination Jamaica Online

10.  A Lobbying group for technology in the Caribbean ?

11. WHat’s The ROI in Social Media? – Fashion Night Out Jamaica #FNOJa on Twitter. The Stats and Maps of Success.

12. FourSquare 101 for Jamaican/Caribbean brands


14. Jamaican Internet startup seeks $20 million to fund an Online Travel site

15. Top 10 Things to do If Facebook Goes Down Again

And if you liked any of these posts, vote for us now and help us win the Best Technology Award for the Jamaica Blog Awards. Thanks a million