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Good List Of Blog Best Practices

From Shel and Scoble. I really disagree with some of Scoble’s recent comments on not making your posts accurate in terms of content. But this is a pretty good list of best practices.

I really like the idea of writing a book as a blog. Wonder if comms teams shouldn’t do the same for company publications?

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  1. By Troy Worman on July 19th, 2005 at 4:17 am

    Regarding Scoble’s recent comments on not making your posts accurate in terms of content, I missed this somehow. The Scoble? I thought his integrity was beyond reproach.

    I like the idea of using blogs to publish organizational communications. As a matter of fact, I (Process Improvement) and meeting with the Intranet Development team today. Hummm.

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