Some articles which have appeared in the UK online press over the past week which looks at blogging (primarily business blogging) and its uses. If you find any good articles that could be highlighted here, then please post the links below or send them to me directly at mark[at]betterbusinessblogging[dot]com and I’ll do the rest.
Advantages and risks for corporate bloggers
Lots of talk about risks of blogging (has no-one heard of Blogging Policies?) but here nicely balanced with the advantages that businesses can gain.
Employee blogs a potential legal minefield
Like I said, lots of talk about the risks of blogging – while overblown here, make sure that you are covered in the same way that you should be regarding information sent in emails, which can also be used from a legal perspective.
O’Reilly reverses call for blog code of conduct
2nd part of a recent debate around whether there should be a Code of Conduct for blogs or not – looks like the person who suggested it is backtracking somewhat here. But it’s an interesting question, so …
Blogging boom continues as world of weblogs grows
An overview from BigMouth Media about the latest “State of the Blogosphere” release from Technorati.
Power of the secret policeman’s blog
A UK Bobby blogging anonymously about life in the force much in the way that “MiniMicrosoft” does and showing blogging as the important medium that it has become.
British Blog Awards 07: the shortlist
There’s a particularly short list for the Best Business Blogs … mainly because they haven’t got a category for them in the UK Awards! Mind you there is a panel of “celebrity judges”, so that’s ok, I suppose …
Tags: Blog Awards, Blogging News, Blogging Policies, Blogging Risks, Code of Conduct, Employee Blogs, Legal Blog Requirements, Technorati, UK blogs