Julie Perlmutter and I designed a new training for improving corporate blogging operations, modeled after the Sales Lab Status Meetings. This was a one time, interactive presentation for bloggers and managers investigating how to improve their blogging programs.
Most of the participants got the BlogLab handout a week before the program. We told everyone it was the handout, with no assignment. I like to know what is coming at a meeting, and we hoped the participants would bring information. Boy did they ever!
Since the event, I have been receiving a flood of good information, which I have been sending to the participants, one each day. We decided the stream was too good to keep to ourselves, so I’m posting them on Through The Browser, about a week late, catching up.
Post #1 Commenting
The comment function can be used as an important asset for blogging.
Comments increase the meaning, understanding, believability, and importance of a post.
Comments can turn a single post into an enduring destination.
Comments can show rookies what the veterans have learned, create a cadre across time.
See how this post was improved by the comments over time.
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