Feedster Shares Its Blogging Policy
Even though it seems like I'm moving a million miles per hour these days, I can always find time to check my feeds.
The difference is that while I may make note of something that has the potential for an interesting post, by the time I actually get around to writing about it, the blogosphere has usually already inhaled this news, vomited it back up and is contemplating seconds.
Regardless, I recently noticed the availability of Feedster's corporate blogging policy - which BTW is very good - so I made note and thought I'd simply point it out here. Scott Rafer, Feedster's president and CEO, shares more insight on his blog.
I've said this before and it bears mentioning again, the two biggest barriers to entry for most companies considering corporate blogs is 1) lack of education and; 2) lack of practical policies. To some extent the two go hand-in-hand, but I think a lot of headway is being made on both fronts. With respect to the later, there will always be a fine line between setting and sharing corporate expectations while still allowing self expression.
For things to evolve, however, we need good models to work from and I think the folks at Feedster are providing just that.
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