up for the cup: october's top posts

Back in the early days, when they were good, U2 sang about October being the month where the trees are stripped bare, of all they wear. But there wasn't a bit of that last month on comms2point0 where we had another feast of new comms posts.

by Darren Caveney

Competition for the coveted 69pence cup shows no sign of slowing down. And we had a stonking, record number of website visitors to our little old site again last month.

But which was the most read post?

In fifth spot was Hull's very own 'hit parade ever-present', Eddie Coates-Madden this time with the fab 'wake up and sheikh up: five years is too long to embrace technology'

At number four was 'three comms challenges which charities face' by new contributor, Kirsty Marrins

Nicely positioned at number three was social media customer services? let's talk about it by Mr Slee himself.

Just missing out on top spot was Victoria Ford's 'engagement and abseiling - just another day in the office'

But the month's top post goes to a first-time winner, Mark Allen, for his lovely post 'A digital comms libraries case study'.

Well done, Mark.

Money alone can't buy you a cup, so get scribbling if you want to be in with a chance next time.

Darren Caveney is co-creator of comms2point0, vice chair of LGcomms and Head of Communications & Engagement at Health Education West Midlands

photo by byebyebirdie


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