HERE’S a list of the 5 most popular posts over the past month, just in case you missed any of them or are interested to see what other people find most interesting on this blog.
The top posts are determined by the number of people who viewed the posts during the month. Posts earlier in the month will tend to feature more prominently than recent ones.
1. Marketwire’s NIRI spin machine in overdrive
This one surprised me. I think it might have something to do with other wire services distributing the article to their staff, but I’m not sure.
2. SEC mandates online proxy materials
No surprise here. This was probably one of the most significant, and least understood, events for online IR during June.
3. Foreign firms check out of SEC’s “Hotel California”
This one was actually written at the end of May, but got some interest from a couple of other blogs in June.
4. OmniVision, PR Newswire release earnings by mistake
There’s an important lesson for everyone in this piece which highlights the problems of predictable URLs.
5. Google IR eats own dog food
Actually a pretty useful post if you’re interested in free or low-cost ways to keep investors informed.