Tweet-offs, internal social media and the role of leaders when it comes to blogging and tweeting have been some of the hot topics on my blog this year. Thank you to everyone who contributed, commented or read content via my website over the past 12 months. I’ve just been analysing my stats for this year and thought I would share your top 10 favourite articles based on visitor numbers. So if you didn’t get a chance to read them the first time round, you can see them below.
My Rachel’s resources page continues to be popular (was the fourth most popular page on my blog in 2012). It provides links to a range of training courses, comms recruiters, reading lists, people to follow and articles for you to read. I intend to keep this page updated, so if you think there’s something missing that other readers would benefit from reading, do please get in touch to let me know. Grab a cuppa and enjoy…
The most-read articles on my blog this year:
- What people think I do meme… Internal communications
- Tesco and O2 have a tweet-off
- Peer to peer to success (Yammer)
- It adds up: How accountants use Yammer
- How internal comms pros use social media
- Chatter that matters (internal social media at Coca-Cola Enterprises)
- Do they ‘like’ it (internal social media at Aviva Investors)
- Why blog or tweet? An NHS leader shares his views
- How Coca-Cola puts the fizz into its comms
- Comms reflections from the Middle East
I’m always on the lookout for fresh stories, so do please let me know if you have an idea for an article you’d like to write, news of something you think I’d be interested in covering or to share ideas. There are guest article guidelines to help you and a contact form, Rachel.