Hello, blog fans! It’s Laura here – your Corinthian Events blogger since January 2010 (my very first CE post here – keep partying on, rockstars!). Today is my last day here, but before I pass our virtual baton on to the next generation of CE bloggers (and they’re very good bloggers, I might add) – I wanted to say a final farewell to all of you via what has been one of my favorite contributions to Corinthian Events in my years here.
Thanks to inspiration and help from the rest of the team, this is my 199th blog post(!). That means that for the last forty-four months there have been approximately 4.5 posts a month – an exponential growth since 2009! And have you noticed our content has become more exciting than ever!? This (not-so-little) blog is now getting over 1,000 visits a month!
And because I can’t resist a plug for all of our awesome social media outlets (yes, I’ve become rather fond of them too) – we’ve more than doubled our Facebook likes in the last two years. Twitter was just a hatchling in 2009, but 1,330 tweets later we have 753 followers – thanks, friends! And my personal favorites, because event planners are visual after all, Instagram and Pinterest have been born and grown out of my time here. My point: if you’re not already, make sure you’re following us – we’re worth it.
What you really need to know is that all of you have helped us to grow our online presence to where we are right now. To the ladies and gentlemen of Corinthian Events – your events and programs are inspiring, your knowledge of our city is vast and your enthusiasm for sharing with our readers has made consistently posting a breeze. To our clients who push us to challenge ourselves to always be better, to produce WOW moments and the ultimate New England experiences – you’re the reason we have something to say! And to our vendors, without you we could never pull off the impossible – you’re the reason we have AWESOME things to say.
Thank you Mary, Jill and Courtney for letting me own your digital voice – it’s just been such a blast. And so, as I embark on my next professional adventure, I’m signing off. Here’s to a lifelong friendship and many, many posts to come!