up for the cup: july's top posts

As months go, July was a bit special for us. The launch of a new white paper, record web site visitors and a new job for one of us. But nothing quite compares to the announcement of the top post for July...

by Darren Caveney

With well over 300 posts on the site we like to think that we have a little something for everyone now. And the top five most read posts in July underline the mix of case studies and learning from across many sectors.

So, the top five, in our usual reverse order:

At five, was What would Basil Clarke the father of British PR make of today's industry? by Richard Evans.

In at four was some brilliant advice to anyone at risk at work - Tips from the frontline on surviving a re-organisation by Tom Phillips

Perched in at three was Steve Chu's We need to lead change - a discussion paper of the future of fire comms.

This month's Ultavox's Vienna was Steve Finegan's How social media plays havoc with business continuity.

But the winner, the numero uno, the cream of a very tidy crop came from Emma Rodgers - The people using Twitter are changing. A shiny, plastic 69p cup is on its way in the post to you.

Well done and thanks to all.

Darren Caveney is co-creator of comms2point0 and vice chair of LGcomms

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