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The Corporate Blogging Show

It’s almost like all I do is talk about blogging all day. Debbie Weil hosts the Corporate Blogging show on VoiceAmerica’s business channel, and the other day we recorded a pretty interesting hour-long conversation.
From Debbie’s description of the show:

  • What it means to be an A-list blogger (and whether it matters)
  • The importance of niche communities who are loyal to particular blogs
  • The natural deaths of some blogs
  • Tools like digg and del.icio.us and how corporate bloggers can use them
  • Time’s 2006 Person of the Year (You!) and what this means for corporate blogging
  • Using blogs for progressive social change
  • And more…
    Though I’ve been talking to a lot of different groups in the past few weeks, I really enjoyed this chance to talk to Debbie because I think her audience is people who know business really well, but might not be all that familiar with blogs. That’s a perspective that I always appreciate. If you’ve got an hour to kill, or need help sleeping after staying up late on New Year’s Eve, it’s just the thing for you.
Anil Dash

Anil Dash

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