CCL Community 2021: Year In Review

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By Brett Cease, CCL Education & Engagement Director

As we transition to the new year of 2022 ,here's a quick window back to the busiest places and most popular pages on CCL Community throughout 2021. This year, CCL expanded the many features the action tracker provides including prominent goal cards for current campaigns and the ability to track trainings volunteers have taken. We also started to incorporate CCL's Weekly Briefings and Newsletters in our CCL Community Bulletin to make important news and links easier to search for and find as well as implementing many updates and upgrades to CCL's training topics and training pages. With over 2.04 million total page views throughout 2021, this was the year that CCL Community became CCL’s most visited website!3336ed8b4e00586b0fab5ebd3d4e33ff-huge-sn So let's look at where all the traffic was going: 

Most Popular Tools

Most Visited Training Pages:

Most Popular Topics:

Top Dozen Most Visited Resources (bookmark any for quick reference):

Most Popular Forum Conversations:

Top Five Most Well Attended Webinars:

Most Viewed CCL Community Bulletins:

Top Ten Most Viewed Action Teams:

Top Dozen Most Active Volunteers on CCL Community

Each and every CCL volunteer's participation matters and we wanted to share a special thank you to each of the following twelve volunteers who were the most active on CCL Community throughout 2021:

  • Cynthia Lesky
  • Julien Yannick Perrette
  • Marc Cesare
  • Julia Spangler
  • Nicola Philpott
  • Tom Kukla
  • Kathy Seal
  • Barbara Moulton
  • Edric Guise
  • Ren Englum
  • Analicia Hazelby
  • Nadine Kadell Sapirman

Overall, thanks to every single CCL volunteer, we collectively took 3,674,086 actions (from posting in our forums, sending messages, RVSPing to events, downloading resources, etc.) through our advocacy in 2021 on CCL Community! We wish each of you a rejuvenating New Years celebration and look forward to an empowered 2022 ahead together!

Posted by Brett Cease on Dec 31, 2021 10:22 AM America/Los_Angeles

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