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On February 5th I’ll be speaking at Fastlane Ventures “How to Capitalize on Blogging” seminar in Dublin, CA. My presentation…

Are Weblogs A Threat or Opportunity For Enterprises?
Where do blogs fit in? Are enterprises ready? Do blogs present a new marketing communication tool? If yes, how can they be used to understand customers? What are the benefits of using blogs? How are blogs used in an enterprise? Are they just a craze?

I’ll publish the slides for the talk after the conference.

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January 20, 2004 7:21 AM

Capitalize on Blogging

Excerpt: Adam Kalsey spricht über «How to Capitalize on Blogging». Klingt ziemlich new-economy-like. Kalsey: Weblogs for Capitalists Fastlane Ventures: How to...

March 21, 2004 11:38 PM

was there anyone at "of blogging in the enterprise" ?

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