May 05, 2005
by: jovial_cynic
So, I'm taking this web-based seminar through my employer on corporate blogs, and the sort of impact that makes on the business world. An article that came out was from business week, and how companies that are moving forwards are companies that are daring enough to publish public-facing blogs for the world to see. Notable among companies is GM; GM's vice-chairmen set up a public-facing blog as well as a podcast in order to make more contact with the public. Good stuff. Nevermind that S&P has cut GM's credit rating to JUNK STATUS. haha... but that's not the point.

Google's blog, on the other hand, is an example of what a corporation should not do with a public facing blog. It's all hype and nonsense. This particular post is just an advertisement for folks to use their carnivour-like web accelerator. I use bloglines, and the last thing I want showing up in a post about a company is an advertisement. What crap.
np category: corporations


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