We are continuing to grow our community and developing new and better features. For the statistics lovers, we have now reached 730 members. We are now present in almost all Australian cities, with Darwin and Hobart beginning to have a more active presence. If you know someone that could benefit from being part of our community, please remember you can use our 'Invite a friend' box on the right side of the site, or if you want to invite several people at the same time, you can do it using the invite page. We have also had over 28,000 page views and our members are spending 7 minutes on average every time they visit the site.
From a technology perspective we are working on the groups functionality as well as the live chatrooms. We are going to have our first live chat event on June 11th so stay tuned for more details. You will be able to subscribe to events soon via the new events tab.
As usual, if you have any question or suggestion contact us at any time using the contact form or visiting my profile to send me a private message.
Best wishes for the rest of the week
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This was a rather interesting week. We have reached 700 users. This is really good but at the same time we need to keep in mind how many people we are still not able to reach. As you might be aware, only in NSW, more than 30,000 people are diagnosed with cancer every year. It is only with all of our efforts that we will be able to see our community reaching more people that would benefit from it. If anyone has any idea on how to continue reaching more people feel free to comment on this blog entry or to message me.
In the developments area, we have added a box in the right side bar of both the people and the blogs pages that summarises all the recent status updates. If you have not noticed, your status can be updated in your profile page on the right side of your picture.
Talking about statistics, our first 5 cities have changed again. The new order is Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth. Is good to see we have reaching Perth.
As usual, feel free to contact me or to create a discussion topic if there is anything in particular that you want to discuss.
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Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.