Twitter versus Facebook: April 2016

April saw our readers choosing quite different posts on different channels but, as Nigel Chaffey would point out, it's all inter-connected.
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Our most popular tweet in April pointed to someone else’s site.

It’s a good post on the Plant Scientist blog about a difficult problem. Carnivorous plants want to attract insects to their flowers to be pollinated. But how to they avoid accidentally eating their assistants?

Facebook most popular post was down to a regular in our social streams.

https://www.facebook.com/AnnalsOfBotany/posts/1316109848415428

This time it was sexual deception in Bee Orchids that pulled the visitors to In Defense of Plants.

Meanwhile on the blog Nigel set me a challenge

Normally I divide the Plant Cuttings into bite-sized chunks, but this post worked better as a feast.

Tomorrow we see an interesting categorisation of plants.


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