We’ve rounded up five Top 5’s of 2012 for Connecting Up including blog posts, Learning Centre articles, free webinars, community champions and Facebook posts. Did you miss any of these?
This year has been a big one for us and if you want to see what we’ve been up to, our look back at the 2011-2012 financial year shows some of this year’s highlights including Sue Vardon beginning as the new Chair of the Connecting Up Board, Connecting Up 2012 and the merge of our websites.
To sum up the year, we’ve put together five ‘Top 5’ lists as judged by you! These are the top articles that you’ve been reading, webinars you’ve been participating in and social media posts you’ve been engaging with.
Top 5 blog posts
Through our blog, we’ve been sharing updates about what’s happening in our office, resources from around the web and how other NFPs are using technology. Here are the top 5 posts from 2012:
This year, has seen us run more and more events both in-person (workshops and forums) and online (webinars, both free and paid). Our webinars have offered easy ways to learn about different thing without leaving the office. All of our webinars are recorded and you can find the free ones in our Learning Centre. Here are the most popular free webinars of 2012
We’d also love to say a big shout out to this year’s community champions on Facebook. Over the year, we’ve been highlighting the people who have been getting involved online and offline on our events, blog, social media channels and spreading the word about our programs.
It’s always good to see more not-for-profits active on social media, and Facebook is by far the winner when it comes to NFPs. We’ve been posting a mix of content, but it’s clear that a good quote to help get the week going is always popular. Here are five of the posts you’ve been enjoying:
We hope you’ve found something handy in these five Top 5’s that you may have missed through the year.
2012 has been a lot of fun for us at Connecting Up and we’re looking forward to doing more for the not-for-profit sector next year. We wish you all a happy holiday period and here’s a little something we put together for you: