(TECOPA) TEC Office of Communication: 2013 by the numbers

For the Episcopal Church Office of Communication, 2013 was a remarkable year.

“The year 2013 showed continued dramatic growth in audiences for all of our digital publications, our website and our social media outlets,” noted Anne Rudig, Director of Communication. Our internal and external media relations efforts yielded some significant placements and much expanded activity.”

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5 comments on “(TECOPA) TEC Office of Communication: 2013 by the numbers

  1. Undergroundpewster says:

    So that’s where all the people have gone.

  2. David Keller says:

    Two things. First the numbers don’t really add up unless you assume the people who went to pages other than the Home Page, skipped the home page and had a direct link to the page they viewed , which is highly unlikely based on their number in excess of 70% new visitors. Second, I wonder if their news releases in Spanish are any more well written or comprehensible than their releases in English?

  3. David Keller says:

    Oops, a slip of the finger–that should be in excess of 60% new visitors.

  4. Sarah says:

    Does TEC no longer offer *any* print publications?

    I suppose not — that’s interesting if so.

  5. Karen B. says:

    David, actually skipping the home page is quite possible for new visitors. All they need is a link from a Google Search. A high percentage of our new visitors at Lent & Beyond land on one of our posts due to search engines.