Blogs of interest

The Secret to Writing a Successful and Outstanding Blog:
[Via Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media]

I just scanned an article called Seven Blogs You Must Read by Mitch Joel (hat tip Chris Brogan) — are the top social media strategy blogs (written mostly by men or group blogs founded by men). There’s an 8th blog (written by a woman) I’d add to the list: Liz Strauss

If don’t have Liz in your reader, you are missing out on a rich conversation about social media, networking, and blogging. I’ve been a fan of her blog for a long time, but if you’re just discovering her work and want to catch up, I suggest getting a copy of her “The Secret to Writing a Successful and Outstanding Blog“.

I must be a good connector because I already read all 7 blogs. They are all excellent. All bring a different viewpoint to the conversation. A couple of others:

A Journey in Social Media – Chuck Hollis is Vice President of Technology Alliances at EMC. This blog provides real insight into the implementations of social media at corporations.
Harvard Business Blogs – a large number of really interesting viewpoints from connected leaders of business.
and of course
Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social MediaBeth Kanter is at the leading edge of social media and non-profits

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2 Responses to “Blogs of interest”

  1. Liz Strauss Says:

    Richard,
    Thank you. That’s some powerful endorsement. I appreciate your support. Folks like you make us all better.

    Liz

  2. Beth Kanter Says:

    Richard,

    Oh gosh, can’t say any better than how Liz said it .. thanks for your kind words and I appreciate it.


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