Corporate Blogging Survey 2005

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February 16, 2006

Update On The Northeastern Blogging Project

Business Blogwire mentions the Northeastern survey, many thanks for the mention.

We have 10 bloggers signed up so far, and two on the short list. We need twenty corporate bloggers, representing a brand, with over a year's blogging experience under their belt.

Posted by johncass at February 16, 2006 11:19 PM

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Sorry if this is a duplicate comment - I had problems using coComment on this website so I disabled it. Here goes!

Congratulations for finding ten corporate bloggers already for your study. I look forward to reading and analyzing the results. Hopefully your readers will be able to better understand the challenges and benefits of corporate blogging thanks to this new study.

Posted by: Easton Ellsworth at February 18, 2006 9:33 AM

Easton, many thanks for the kind words. I was curious about the trouble you were having with coComment, any details?

Posted by: John Cass at February 18, 2006 7:17 PM

John, thanks for your concern. I love coComment. But for some reason, on any website, when I preview my comment first and then hit "Post," coComment doesn't work. It works fine if I just "Post" the first time around. I'm using Firefox 1.5, coComment and a Greasemonkey script to automate coComment.

And on your website, coComment doesn't work even if I just hit "Post" without previewing.

Don't worry, it won't keep me away from this site!

Posted by: Easton Ellsworth at February 20, 2006 2:38 PM

Easton, well this is interesting, I should check with the guys at coComment on why our website does not work in any format.

I really think that blogging is a method by which a company can interact more with its audience, and therefore its important for a company to ensure their blogging system facilities interaction.

Posted by: John cass at February 21, 2006 11:22 AM

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