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Study: Fortune 500 Blog Stats-missing 84%?

It’s almost unbelievable – only 81 out of the Fortune 500 companies have public-facing corporate blogs. Is it me or does 16% sound impossibly low? This stat is a key finding of a new research study, “The Fortune 500 and Blogging: Slow and Steady" conducted by Dr. Nora Ganim Barnes, Ph.D., Senior Fellow and Research [...]

By | April 23rd, 2009|Social Media|6 Comments

Simply The Best | Group Writing Project

Thanks to Joanna Young of Confident Writing for coming up with the Simply the Best group writing project. It’s a call to sort through all of your 2008 posts and pick out just one to share. Joanna will be posting the collection. I'm looking forward to reading what others selected and I’ll be back with [...]

By | December 23rd, 2008|Marketing|3 Comments

2009 Media Resource: Blogs, Social Networking, Newspapers, Magazines

BurrellesLuce recently released a report on the top 2009 media outlets, including comparisons to past rankings. Grab your copy of the two-page BurrellesLuce’s 2009 "Top Daily Newspapers, Blogs, and Consumer Magazines & Social Networks." Note that you will have to enter name and email address in exchange for the information. Each list is based on [...]

By | December 12th, 2008|Blogging, Social Media|4 Comments

Search Engine Optimization for Blogs | BlogWorld08

Interested in what happened at BlogWorld? During the sessions, I sent out enough twitter updates to fill a 15 page Word document, which added up to over 300 updates. This post covers Search Engine Optimization, SEM & New Media with Brian Clark, Michael Gray, Lee Odden and Stephan Spencer. You'll find all of my BlogWorld08 twoverage [...]

By | September 29th, 2008|SEO|2 Comments

BlogWord08 | State of the Blogosphere | Twitter Updates

Interested in what happened at BlogWorld? During the sessions, I sent out what amounted to a 15 page Word document, which added up to over 300 updates. This post covers the state of the blogosphere address & opening keynote with Chris Alden, Anil Dash and Richard Jalichandra who previewed Technorati's State of the Blogosphere report. You'll [...]

By | September 26th, 2008|Social Media|1 Comment
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