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February 15, 2005

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» Bill Ives on Blog Excitement from Estate Legacy Vaults Blog

Following the Jarvis post, I want to point to Bill Ives, who continues to write superior posts on the trends in blogs, but his reach extends to RSS and knowledge management Using content to create connections among people - Sales support people are... [Read More]

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jbr

looking forward to this series....if possible, please include a focus on how a blog can help improve knowledge management within a corporate environment...most blogs tend to focus upon branding/marketing/customer interactions...i also see blogs as a KM tool.

good to see a fellow Louisianian blogging...

Bill Ives

Good question and an important use for blogs. This is a topic that Amanda Watlington and I cover in depth in our new book, Business Blogging: A Practical Guide. I mentioned that use when I announced the book on Feb 2. - http://billives.typepad.com/portals_and_km/2005/02/embusiness_blog.html The book will be available soon. These seven posts are looking more at what is motivating the excitement around blogs as a business and communication tool that how to effectively channel this excitment.

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