Rewind: The 10 most viewed COMMS corner posts of March 2010

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It’s been a big month here at the COMMS corner.

March has been one the busiest months the Blog has enjoyed since being launched in November 2009 as far as visitors, subscribers, comments and general interaction goes.

Thank you for the continued support and making it what it is. I really appreciate it.

To celebrate, let’s take a quick trip down memory lane at some of the posts that have made March 2010 a ‘biggie’.

1. Five online tools making social media simpler in 2010 (as featured in PR Daily and Ragan.com)

2. The launch of #BeMyGuest: a month of ‘mutual’ blogging (as featured in BrisbaneTimes.com.au)

3. The mis(use) of Twitter by the UK’s biggest newspapers

4. Ignore the ‘little people’ at your own peril (as featured in Social Media Today)

5. Social Media’s Top “How To” Blogs

6. Are we ‘breaking’ news or ‘faking’ news?

7. Social Grapes? How America’s Wineries Are Using Social Media (as featured in Social Media Today)

8. An interview with Mikinzie Stuart: The future of PR

9. The art of ‘live blogging’ by Joanne Jacobs (as part of #BeMyGuest)

10. Is it time to use the ‘C’ word? (Sorry, Mum)

And it’s not over yet.

Next week, the 50 most useful Social Media, PR and Digital Engagement posts from the first quarter of 2010 will be published, as part of the ’10 out of 10 in 2010′ series.

And, next month is shaping up as big if not bigger than March with the scheduled launch of a couple of new and exciting initiatives and some more build up to the FIFA World Cup as part of the 2010 Social Media and Sport Report Series.

And we also reach a major milestone in The 2010 ‘Newpaper-less’ Experiment: Day 100 falls on the 10th of April…assuming I get there!!

Thanks again for all your support and involvement, this really is a lot of fun.

Adam

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