800ceoread.jpg Buy 5 copies of The Corporate Blogging Book on 800-CEO-Read and you can ask me your nitty-gritty questions about corporate and CEO blogging in a teleconference on Wednesday Sept. 20th, 2006 from 12 noon to 2 PM Eastern.  (Still a few spots left.) More about the event here.

I'm speaking at Six Apart's Business Blogging Seminars 

business_blogging_promo_ims.gif I'll be attending the Six Apart event in Washington DC on Thursday Sept. 28th (on Politics and Advocacy) and speaking at Six Aparts Business Blogging Seminars in Boston, Chicago and Miami later this fall. More info and register (the fee for these half-day sessions is very reasonable).

A great launch for The Corporate Blogging Book

borders-350.jpgNielsen BuzzMetrics' Pete Blackshaw gives my just-published, The Corporate Blogging Book, a thumbs up in a thoughtful review on ClickZ.

“The Best Business Blogging Book”

Brand Autopsy's John Moore (author of Tribal Knowledge) is calling The Corporate Blogging Book The Best Business Blogging Book.

Quoted in The New York Times

This was kinda cool. Columnist Randy Stross quoted me recently in his New York Times column on the topic of CEO blogging .

#6 on Amazon's Business / Marketing & Sales bestsellers

The Corporate Blogging Book made it to #6 on Amazon's Business / Marketing & Sales bestseller list on the official August 3rd release date. 

Bloggers review The Corporate Blogging Book

Phew. They like it. Though bloggers are *not* the intended audience for my book. Rather it's the non-cognoscenti, the skeptical and the fearful that the book is directed at. Read blogger and mainstream media reviews of my book here.

Launch party in Washington DC was a blast

debbie_weil_signing_the_corporate_blogging_book.jpgWashington's blogging cognoscenti, as well as corporate blogger wannabes, showed up at a pre-release launch party for The Corporate Blogging Book. Details and more pics here.

Do you need a CEO Blogging Coach?

deb_weil_at_mesh_vy_steve_rubel.jpg Bill Gates does. Get the scoop…

Results of my 2nd Annual 1-Minute Blogging & RSS Survey

85 percent of the 449 respondents say blogging is *not* a fad. 67 percent say blogging will become a must-have corporate marketing & communications tool. Learn more…