2013: A Year in Review and in Data

by | Dec 31, 2013

3 min read

Counting the last hours of 2013, it is time for me to review and analyse the last 12 months and the journey it has been from me. Rather than writing war memories,  I thought it would be more interesting to put together a few facts about 2013

21,000,000 bytes

Initial data used for our latest ‘little’ experiment

+10,000 SEO visits/mths

to one of our SMB client.

3,216 hrs

staring at my computer screen

3,053 emails sent

 Never thought I had that much to write in a year (see chart below)

1,061  hrs

of meetings

1,026 coffees

conservative consumption estimate

> 500 Shared Google Docs

full of digital marketing malerkey

+306 per cent visits

to our site from last year

+157% visits from Google

Fastest SEO growth for one of our small biz client site (less than 2 months).

151 Events

attended to learn, network, teach

21 SEO audits

Completed and recommended

12 Link profiles

Analysed and cleaned ups

7 Digital cadets

trained at In Marketing We Trust HQ

#1 rated presentation at SMX Sydney

Leading event for Search Marketing professionals.

Too many emails

Special Acknowledgements


To my clients  – Thanks for trusting us with your business. Means a lot for someone running his own business. Thanks for sharing your passion and knowledge. I am so very glad and thanksful for the people working with us. Thanks for pushing us to do better every week.

To my teammates – Thanks for your hard work, your ingenuity, your professional ethics and your commitment to make In Marketing We Trust a better agency.

To my mentors – Thanks for taking the time to listen and for kicking my a## when needed.

To mr Ramen – Thanks for one of my most common dish this year. Students and money-conscious entrepreneurs alike are forever grateful


A happy new year to all of you.

Looking forward to a bright, succesful and exciting 2014


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