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'

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up for the cup: september's top posts

Our specialist team of engravers here at comms2point0 HQ are about to get to work. It's that time again when we announce last month's top post...

by Darren Caveney

September can be a strange old month. It's the month that the schools go back, when the summer holidays are over, when shops begin taunting us with their Christmas tut. So it's important to read some great new posts to inspire us to get on with delivering our best work. And our marvelous contributors delivered that in spades.

But who wins the coveted 69p plastic cup...

In at number five...

Came Are we seeing a social switch in communications? by one of Cornwall's finest, Matt Bond

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up for the cup: august's top posts

Well August is historically a quieter month for the old web traffic, with you good people disappearing to every corner of the globe, and Weston-Super-Mare. But actually last month was really busy. And we had a surprise number one in the comms2point0 hit parade.

by Darren Caveney

We like to think that we have a little something for everyone on the site these days. Last month's most read posts underlined that range of tidy little case studies and learning.

And competition for one of our prestigious little plastic cups remains high. You simply cannot buy one from eBay. No way. You have to write a belting little post which lots of folk read. Easy peasy.

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

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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.

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up for the cup: june's top posts

It's the most eagerly awaited news of the month. Who is in the coveted top five of most read posts on comms2point0? Who? Who? Have I won? Will my CV be decorated with a silver cup from those nice people? Wait no longer! The answers are in...

by Dan Slee

So, the stats are in, the numbers have been crunched and the most popular post of the month can now be announced.

It's also been a busy month with some excellent quality of writing. We've added more than a dozen posts to the site that's worth taking a look at.

The winner as ever gets to have a finest quality Chinese plastic cup that will be the envy of their workplace, family, street and town.

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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.

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up for the cup: november's top posts

It's that time again when we award the prestigious, shiny £1 comms2point0 cup for the month's most read post. It was a close, close call this month. But a winner we have...

by Darren Caveney

November saw in our landmark 200th post as well as some brilliant case studies on everything from social media best practice, strategic communications, industry surveys, life as a press officer and a whole lot more. But the most read posts came from the archive and one in particular holds a special place.

In at number one...

I'm delighted to say that last month's top post was a Google+ case study, which is a really interesting development. Thanks to Shane Dillon for teaching many of us a thing or two about this platform.

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