by David Broderick
2021 – the year that feels like it’s lasted a decade and about a fortnight at the same time.
Here’s a reminder of everything that happened here at Traffic Think Tank in 2021 so you can catch up on anything that passed you by in what’s been – let’s face it – an insane year.
Plus, read on for a sneak peak at what we’ve got up our sleeve for next year too.
Our amazing community continued to be as generous with their knowledge and insights as ever this year. 2021’s most hottest topics included:
Meanwhile, TTT Community Advocate and World’s Most Reliable Person Blake Denman shared his hard-earned insights into local SEO and entrepreneurship with the community. His fortnightly threads covered:
TTT members brought their questions and talking points to Nick’s virtual office hours every fortnight to get feedback and talk through strategies with him live on Zoom.
We also launched three canary sites, which we’re using to track the real-time impact of algorithm updates on affiliate sites with very different link profiles. Our community has been the first to hear about how these sites fare from Google’s latest changes.
We hosted the third annual – and second virtual – TTT Live in September.
While we were bummed we didn’t get to bring the community together in person, we had the pleasure of hosting an incredible lineup of speakers (if we do say so ourselves).
The day’s talks included:
Couldn’t make it on the day? All these sessions are in the Traffic Think Tank Academy for new members (and TTTers who couldn’t make it to the event) to catch up on.
We also leapt head-first into the metaverse by offering everyone who attended TTT Live 2021 a free NFT:
One of the highlights of our year was recognising the incredible people who make Traffic Think Tank a place we all love to hang out at our inaugural TTT Awards.
Big shout-out again to our six sensational winners:
We not only hooked these folks up with their own NFT, but also shipped each of them one of these bad boys:
In February this year we launched Rich Snippets, our weekly SEO newsletter.
Every Thursday since, the brilliant Jamie Indigo has kept subscribers up to speed with bitesize commentary on the week’s most important developments and happenings within the world of SEO.
This year we published 101 Academy lessons from some of the biggest and brightest names from the world of SEO.
Some of our favorites were:
We were also joined by some awesome SEOs during our monthly Q&As, including:
That just about sums it up for what happened here at Traffic Think Tank in 2021.
We’ve got no plans of slowing down next year – here’s a sneak peek at some of our upcoming Academy content:
We’ll also be launching Niche Pulse, a project we’re very excited about that we’re just putting the finishing touches on.
Keep your eyes peeled for the long-awaited launch of our community money site, which our team of generous volunteers have been working on behind the scenes.
Blake will also be continuing to share his local SEO insights every fortnight in our Slack Mastermind, while Jamie will still be keeping us all up to speed with the latest developments in SEO each week through Rich Snippets.
And fingers crossed we’ll see you all in person at 2022’s TTT Live.
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