It’s that time again! We’re winding down for another year, reflecting back, and looking ahead to what the next year brings.
This year our blog has seen 150% increase in trafficunique hits this year, with over 10,000 hits in total this year! And we’re well on our way to 900 likes on our Facebook page. The most popular posts of 2014 have included; It Turns Out My Partner is GenderQueer, So What Does That Make Me?, Charlotte Dawson and Suicide Reporting in the Media, and Happy Birthday Rainbow Youth.
This year we continued on from the success of last years 100 Days Project: 100 Days of Diversity, with 100 days of the “You Mean A Lot To Me” project. Our 2014 100 Days Project celebrated meaning and belonging with 100 people recording themselves on video talking about someone who means a lot to them.
We’ve also had some great guest bloggers this year. A special thanks to Blake, Nikki and Allyson for their contributions – our guest bloggers really enrich DPSN by sharing their stories and we appreciate the time and effort they put in to write for us. (If you’re interested in guest blogging for DPSN in 2015, just email firstname.lastname@example.org for details).
As 2014 comes to a close we just want to say thank you so much to everyone who read, shared, and supported our stories this year. We’ll be taking a break over the summer as usual, and starting up again in February 2015.
In the meantime, we’ll continue to see you on Facebook, or you can contact us any time at email@example.com. As always, we’ll do our best to get back to you as soon as we can (but there may be delays over the holiday period!).
Have a great holiday break! Thanks for being part of making diversity fun, creative and social this year. We appreciate it and look forward to hanging out with you again in 2015.
All the best from the crew at DiversityNZ.com and DPSN
— Barbara, Anna, Sam and Philip.