our most popular posts in july

Forget London 2012. Who gets to lift the coveted most popular post in July award? It's a plan to end press offices, that's what.

by Dan Slee

In the month of the London 2012 Olympics even more coveted than a gold medal is the Chinese plastic of the comms2point0 trophy.

Awarded to the most read blog of the month this coveted trophy is right up there with the top prizes.

For the past nine months we’ve been posting links every working day on Twitter as well as a fresh blog most day and a weekly email.

We’ve now grown to a rather bumper 5,982 unique users a month with 10,984 page views. That’s good. But the best is the feedback from people who have been inspired by some of our contributors.

They come from some pretty diverse places too and we’ve had everything from UNICEF to 10 Downing Street to Keele University and Cornwall Council represented. The common theme that’s shared is a fascination with the changing landscape and a desire to share good practice.

Our top five posts of the month – and click through to read them if you haven’t already – are here:

Fifth Internal communications – it’s not rocket science by Hannah Rees

Fourth Using Pinterest as a comms channel by Ross Wigham

Third A comms2point0 map of digital goodness by Dan Slee

Second Why blogging is good for business by Carol Caveney

And the winner is... A modest proposal: plan to get rid of press offices by Ben Proctor

A big thank you to all our contributors and everyone who has read or shared comms2point0.

Dan Slee is co-creator of comms2point0.

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