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February 14, 2006
Corporate blogging is far bigger than it appears
Here's an article I wrote for BW Online on corporate blogging. The idea is that few companies are blogging from executive suites, lots of them, from McDonald's to Cannondale Bicycles, are using blogs as communication tools. In many companies they're supplanting the corporate Intranet.
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? Blog tech for internal comms from Mike's Points
Business Week's Stephen Baker has an interesting and informative piece about how major corporations -- like McDonald's and Cannondale -- are using blog technology to replace their intranets. Here are quick examples of how the above two are using blog... [Read More]
Tracked on February 14, 2006 09:14 AM
? Corporate blogging growing from the inside out? from ProPr
Stephen Baker suggests that corporate blogging is much more extensive than common measurements may indicate. In a Business Week article, The Inside Story on Company Blogs, Baker reports that ??orporations are using [blogging] software to revamp ... [Read More]
Tracked on February 14, 2006 11:44 AM
?? P.R. and the Blogosphere from Mark Evans
I had a fascinating breakfast with two corporate PR types - let's call them Frank and Gordon - about how well blogs are being monitored, and what kind of techniques are used to address posts/comments that may be inflammatory, controversial, provocat... [Read More]
Tracked on February 14, 2006 01:14 PM
?? Super-sized blogging from bitemarks
It's too bad BusinessWeek didn't delve into the methods used by these companies to ensure employee's actually interact with their internal blogs...It will be interesting to see how, or if, this actually happens. Looking forward to a follow-on story abo... [Read More]
Tracked on February 15, 2006 11:07 AM
UK business has been slower to take advantage of corporate blogging that the US. Maybe it?? a rational cautiousness. But the benefits outweigh the risks and the blog connects with colleagues, customers and the world at large in a way that an Intranet or company website could never do. Working for a business with diverse locations makes the corridor chat an impossibility. I reckon blogs enable a relaxed, informed communication that cuts across geographic boundaries and levels of seniority.
Posted by: Nigel Kirkham at February 15, 2006 05:56 AM