up for the cup: may's top posts

Well the weather may have been pretty ropey in May - the coldest for a million years or so - but on comms2point0 there were posts galore to warm the cockles of every comms person's heart.

by Darren Caveney

As you know, we invest heavily in little plastic cups to award to the most read post each month and excitement always grows prior to the big monthly announcement.

So without any further messing or flannel from me, here's goes...

At 5 was last month's top post by Eddie Coates-Madden - PR is dead... and just for good measure newspapers are dead too.

In at 4 was Why gov.uk is the best sight on the web by debut contributor Dave Thackeray.

Tucked in at three was a thoughtful piece by Steve Chu - We need to lead change: A discussion paper on the future of the fire service.

In second place was a little something from me - How to write and send a marketing email.

But number one, by a country mile, was the brilliant Seven Twitter mistakes we must all make before we can call ourselves pro's by Helen Reynolds.

That makes Helen a two-time cup winner, joining Eddie Coates-Madden in our own little Hall of Comms Fame. Well done, Hels.

Darren Caveney is co-creator of comms2point0 and Vice Chair of LGcomms