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Our Blog Numbers After One Month

We’re about one month into running this blog, and I wanted to share how we’re doing. Clearly, we’re still at the very beginning of what will hopefully one day be a striving little website.

Since our launch on September 1, 2010, here’s what we have to show for so far:

  • 10 posts
  • 11 comments
  • 8 email subscriptions
  • 623 page views

Our daily traffic:

IAP2 USA website stats as of October 7, 2010

We’re starting to reach out to folks for regular content contributions. Let us know what you’re interested in and what you’d like to see here.

Here’s what you can do to help us get this site off the ground:

  1. Subscribe to the RSS: https://iap2usa.wordpress.com/feed/
  2. If you prefer email, subscribe to email updates (right column under “Get email updates”).
  3. Leave a comment or two when you can. Comments are the gold standard!
  4. Provide us with content (e.g. share events, industry news, training announcements, chapter updates etc. or write an op-ed)
  5. Start including the blog in your communications with interested audiences.

Thanks!

Categories: Press Release
  1. Janet Thomson
    October 7, 2010 at 3:17 pm

    Thanks Tim, this is great information.

    I think this website could also be used to host discussions among IAP2 members about what they would like to see IAP2 do for them, or how they could help support IAP2 in its mission. First off, I’m thinking about the stellar trainings that IAP2 offers. Are there particular trainings that IAP2 offers, or could offer in the future, that would resonate well and support IAP2 members in their work? Are there trainings that IAP2 members give to their own communities that might be good additions to the IAP2 repertoire? I’m intrigued to know others’ thoughts on this.

    Janet

  2. October 7, 2010 at 3:48 pm

    Thanks, Janet!

    There’s a good chance we’ll do a short member survey over the next few weeks to get a better idea what people are most interested in, which services are most needed etc.

    We definitely want to use this site to get feedback on an ongoing basis, both from members as well as the interested public. I would expect our various work groups to start sharing their ideas for 2011 very soon.

  1. February 13, 2011 at 8:15 pm

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