The Corporate Blogging Book is now available in Mandarin Chinese on amazon.cn and also, I am told, in bookstores in China. I haven't seen the Chinese edition yet and am looking forward to it.

I'm planning a book / blogging tour of Beijing and Shanghai in October. I'll kick off the China Blogging Tour with Des Walsh at ad-tech Beijing on Oct. 16, 2007. Edelman is sponsoring the tour. Lots more details to come.

P.S. Who will be

The Corporate Blogging Book is now available in Mandarin Chinese on amazon.cn and also, I am told, in bookstores in China. I haven't seen the Chinese edition yet and am looking forward to it.

I'm planning a book / blogging tour of Beijing and Shanghai in October. I'll kick off the China Blogging Tour with Des Walsh at ad-tech Beijing on Oct. 16, 2007. Edelman is sponsoring the tour. Lots more details to come.

P.S. Who will be reading the Chinese edition of The Corporate Blogging Book?

According to eMarketer's article, The Chinese Tiger Roars Online (open access for a few more days), China's Internet population of 136 million is second only to that of…

The Corporate Blogging Book is now available in Mandarin Chinese on amazon.cn and also, I am told, in bookstores in China. I haven't seen the Chinese edition yet and am looking forward to it. I'm planning a book tour of Beijing and Shanghai (Hong Kong also) in October. Philippe Borremans is coming with me. We'll kick off the China Blogging Tour (as we're calling it) with a joint appearance, along with Des Walsh, at ad-tech Beijing

The Corporate Blogging Book is now available in Mandarin Chinese on amazon.cn and also, I am told, in bookstores in China. I haven't seen the Chinese edition yet and am looking forward to it. I'm planning a book tour of Beijing and Shanghai (Hong Kong also) in October. Philippe Borremans is coming with me. We'll kick off the China Blogging Tour (as we're calling it) with a joint appearance, along with Des Walsh, at ad-tech Beijing on Oct. 16, 2007.

Edelman is sponsoring our tour. Lots more details to come.

P.S. Who will be reading the Chinese edition of The Corporate Blogging Book?

According to eMarketer's article, The Chinese Tiger Roars Online (open access for…

A producer from Canadian TV network BNN contacted me yesterday asking if I could do a live interview about CEO bloggers for the 5 PM EST edition of Squeezeplay. Unfortunately I couldn't, as I'm up in Maine.

I suggested Richard Edelman as a CEO blogger. Richard was busy so Edelman senior VP Steve Rubel went to BNN's studio in New York to do the interview. Asked if all CEOs should blog, he replied (as I would have), "probably not."

A producer from Canadian TV network BNN contacted me yesterday asking if I could do a live interview about CEO bloggers for the 5 PM EST edition of Squeezeplay. Unfortunately I couldn't, as I'm up in Maine.

I suggested Richard Edelman as a CEO blogger. Richard was busy so Edelman senior VP Steve Rubel went to BNN's studio in New York to do the interview. Asked if all CEOs should blog, he replied (as I would have), "probably not."

Apple's Steve Jobs is too "secretive" and likes to "control the message,"  Rubel said. But Chrysler's Lee Iocacca would have been "a great blogger." You have to be able to speak with "both passion and authority." Great job, Steve.

Sunset_july_2007 As author Gertrude Stein famously said, "There is no there there." (There, in this case, referring to Oakland, CA where she grew up.)

Well, I'm delighted to report that I'm on the coast of Maine and... there is no blogosphere here! Hardly any cell phone coverage either. Slow blogging for a while.

Sunset_july_2007 As author Gertrude Stein famously said, "There is no there there." (There, in this case, referring to Oakland, CA where she grew up.)

Well, I'm delighted to report that I'm on the coast of Maine and... there is no blogosphere here! Hardly any cell phone coverage either. Slow blogging for a while.

I'm quoted in today's Wall Street Journal and L.A. Times in two stories about CEO blogging. Both are follow-ons to the story about Whole Foods CEO John Mackey and his anonymous postings on Yahoo Finance discussion boards.

Latimes_ceoblogging_071307 Executives Get the Blogging Bug (Wall Street Journal, July 13, 2007)

CEO postings can be hits or headaches (L.A.Times, July 13, 2007)

I'm quoted in today's Wall Street Journal and L.A. Times in two stories about CEO blogging. Both are follow-ons to the story about Whole Foods CEO John Mackey and his anonymous postings on Yahoo Finance discussion boards.

Latimes_ceoblogging_071307 Executives Get the Blogging Bug (Wall Street Journal, July 13, 2007)

CEO postings can be hits or headaches (L.A.Times, July 13, 2007)

I almost always include the following in my email signature:

This e-mail is [ ] bloggable   [x] ask first    [ ] private

Waddya think? Should your email recipients respect such a request??

Full disclosure: I got the idea from Seth Godin.

I almost always include the following in my email signature:

This e-mail is [ ] bloggable   [x] ask first    [ ] private

Waddya think? Should your email recipients respect such a request??

Full disclosure: I got the idea from Seth Godin.

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