up for the cup: from cock up to case study to cup

It's post of the month time and this month the biggest winning margin in our history.

by Dan Slee

If you fail, go and fail forward is some good advice. What does that mean? Do something, stumble, learn from it and get up again.

That was the message in this month's post of the month from a debut post from Mike Underwood whose post did not just beat the opposition it pulverised it. The combined audience for everything else read on the site last month still wouldn't have beaten the stats for Mike. It was the Band Aid of a post. There won't be snow in Africa this Christrmas. But there will be a shiny silver cup on his mantlepiece.

In a month of some really exciting content his tale of when a hashtag went slightly awry led to some cracking learning. Well done, Mike. Well done to Chris too whose guest editor slot was rewarded with a spot on the winning rostrum. Which is only imaginary and doesn't really exist. 

Here is the top five:

1st From cock-up to case study: a cautionary tale of when Twitter goes bad by Mike Underwood.

2nd Passing the Coronation Street ad break test by Dan Slee

3rd 10 things about internal comms and channel shift by Dan Slee

4th Is traditional comms dead? by Dan Slee

5th Winston Churchill and the art of knowing when to powerpoint by Chris Bolton

Dan Slee is co-creator of comms2point0.

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