Insights Into Blogs, Wikis, RSS And Podcasts
If you're an IABC member, the May edition of CW Bulletin is a must-read for getting some excellent insight into all the primary new communication technologies ...
... blogs, wikis, RSS and podcasts - and their relevance to organizational communicators.
CW Bulletin is an online supplement to Communication World magazine. Published monthly, it features timely articles on critical communication issues, trend analysis and helpful resources, plus updates on current IABC programmes.
Link: CW Bulletin
The features - written by Tudor Williams, Debbie Weil, Dan Forbush, Sally Falkow, Pete Blackshaw and Neville Hobson (that's me) - analyze and discuss these topics:
It's a terrific collection of knowledge and thinking that I am sure you will find of tremendous value if you want to get a clear look at all of these new communication tools and channels from a business and communication point of view. Jessica Burnette-Lemon, CW's assistant editor, and Natasha Spring, CW's editor, have done a superb job in putting together this edition of CW Bulletin.
- Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts: new toys or tactics for new challenges?
- Seven Tips to Writing an Effective Blog
- How Blogs and Wikis Differ
- Podcasting: Adding an Informal Touch to Organizational Communication
- RSS, Search Engine Visibility and Brand Perception
- Communication in the News: Should Businesses Embrace the Blogging Phenomenon?
Link: Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts ... New toys or tactics for new communication challenges?
As an IABC member, you can also discuss any of the articles in Memberspeak, the member-only discussion forum.
On a related note, Debbie Weil will be moderating a panel on corporate blogging on 27 June at IABC's annual conference in Washington, DC - a late and welcome addition to the conference programme.
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About the Author:
Neville Hobson is the author of the popular NevilleHobson.com blog which focuses on business communication and technology.
Neville is currentlly an independent communication practitioner helping companies build dynamic relationships with customers, employees, shareholders and other key audiences and influencers. Visit Neville Hobson's blog: NevilleHobson.com.
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