- Dropbox changed its language, again. Will you delete your Dropbox account? I did. Now among the most-read-posts ever on this blog, this is a testament to getting that customer service language right...the first time.
- Help students: Share some bad health news releases got a ton of views, but not much news. Getting all shy are you? Or just careful?
- Compiled: How you got your start in communications pulled all the responses to number 4 into this post, compiling answers from Twitter, Facebook and the blog. Don't miss the fleas. That was based on...
- How did you get started in PR or communications? was another oft-viewed post. It's useful to touch base with your original motivators once in awhile, and I hope this post did that for you.
- Can your op-ed land the crucial one-two punch? offered a tactic I've used again and again to be sure op-eds actually have opinions in them, and to put them where the reader wants to find them. Put this two-step test into your regular routine.
- What you can do in 3 years on Twitter celebrated my third anniversary on Twitter, still far and away my favorite social platform, along with blogging. Find out what I've accomplished in a scant three years.
- 12 things I've changed about my blogs' content since starting them takes a look at my two blogs and how I've adjusted the content over time. Make this list about your own blog, annually--you'll learn a lot.
- Can you say no to an expert? considers the tough work of disagreeing with someone who's supposed to be smarter than you--except perhaps about communicating. If you sign up for the Be an Expert on Working with Experts workshop by August 5, registration is discounted.
- 5 things I haven't changed about my blogs since starting them flips number 7 around to find the things that have stayed the same (and probably will remain that way) on my blogs. Nice to be able to count on these five things.
- The weekend read for July 29 pulled in a lot of readers. The mix is different every week, based on what I share on Twitter.
Monday, August 01, 2011
Thanks again for reading in July--and now.
Posted by Denise Graveline at Monday, August 01, 2011