Social Media Policy week – Blogging Guidelines Day

by 04g7F1nl02 on July 22, 2009 · 0 comments

in social media for lawyers,Web 2.0

Today (Monday)  is our first day exploring Social Media Policy and Guidelines for Law Firms and Companies. The key focus today is Blogging.

In the past few weeks I had the opportunity to re-read Naked Conversations (by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel), one of the biggest guides out there and a great eye opener for Businesses on how to ‘digest’ this weird animal called Blogging. Robert Scoble is one of the world’s greatest examples on corporate blogging – a former Microsoft employee, Scoble managed to humanize the Borg and reveal the personality and faces behind Microsoft. This is an inspiring book with great case studies, tips, guidelines etc that opens ones mind to the value of blogging to the company and firm.

We want to hear your personal opinion, questions, tips on the subject . What is your experience with blogging guidelines? What are questions still open about blogging guidelines? What are other key considerations for Blogging Policies? Join us for the discussion on Social Media Policy Group

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