It’s been a busy year on the Ascentum blog, a space for us to share interesting developments in public engagement, useful tools and resources, and news on the goings on of our dynamic team. Our top most viewed blogs deal with topics vast and varied, from the history of crowdsourcing to the demise of RIM, from Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi to the use of NVivo to analyze qualitative feedback in engagement processes.
Here are the top 10 blog posts (by page views) of 2011:
- Gmail and GSA – one giant step forward for government (Friday June 17) – Joseph Peters 402 views
- Why RIM Fails – The Kindle Fire (Thursday September 29) – Joseph Peters 289 views
- Shaw’s Customer Conversations on Data Use. Great, but what about online tools…? (Tuesday March 1) – Ellis Westwood 246 views
- Using NVivo to Truly Understand Participants’ Views and Ideas (Monday June 13) – Stephan Telka 98 views
- Announcement – Mary Pat is becoming a Partner at Ascentum! (Monday September 19) – Holly Clark 82 views
- A Short History of Crowdsourcing (Friday June 24) – Ellis Westwood 68 views
- Social Media tackling obesity one picture at a time (Thursday April 14) – Cassandra Tavares 64 views
- Inspiration and Iron Fists (Thursday September 22) – Joseph Peters 63 views
- In Conversation with Ellis Westwood, Ascentum’s new Director of Project Innovation (Monday December 5) – Holly Clark 63 views
- Kathleen Petty and Fostering Dialogue in Canadian Media (Tuesday July 12) – Stephan Telka 61 views
Looking forward to more great posts and conversations throughout 2012!