This blog’s stats in November continued to show a growing interest in the communications and social media expertise being shared. It saw growth for the third consecutive month–and for the second consecutive month set a new high!
Thank you very much for demonstrating that you value the information and advice being shared here!
Here are the most read posts for November 2011 so that you can read what others have found interesting or that you may have missed.
- #WRawesome Online: The Impacts of the WRDSB Child Care Plan - This post highlights a parents efforts to highlight and change the extended day plans of the Waterloo Region District School Board. I am doing work for the Waterloo Region Early Learning Coalition (WRELC) but this website is an example of grassroots activism and is not my work. Some of the material I have created for WRELC can be found on the YWCA of Kitchener-Waterloo’s website.
- QR codes: effective tool or fad? - Advice on how to use quick response codes effectively and what to avoid.
- Confessions of a Twitter addict - How to make the most out of using Twitter based on my experience.
- What is communications planning? - A look at why a communications plan or strategy is important.
- 10 Social Media Fundamentals Every Nonprofit and Charity Needs to Know - A post with a link to my article distributed by the IABC where you can comment or ask questions.
- Is one Twitter account enough? - You probably just need one account to start but there are reasons you might want more than one.
If there is a communications or social media topic that you would like to see explored in a post, please use the comments section below to make your request.