Blogging in the News - UK Blogs
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.

Six Apart turns blogs into full Business Web Sites
A part of the recent Six Apart PR offensive – we have been able to do this for a while with WordPress though. An example is the Heal Naturally website here.

Third of Bloggers “risk the sack”
Rather provocative headline – work with your employees and have blogging policies in place and you can worry about email again as the biggest security issue, rather than blogs.

Six Apart scales up Movable Type Blogging
Good to see Six Apart continuing their development of their main corporate blogging platform – now all you need to do is try our Blogging Workshops and in-house training to see how best to use of blogging in business! Anyone notice the blatant plug? :)

Blog is but a list of names
A case in point – to write a successful blog, you need to find out what interests your readers and it seems that a list of dinner parties just isn’t cutting it for this councillor.

Google buys blog and RSS tool Feedburner
One of my favourite tools, Feedburner, has been bought by Google – another big player getting heavily involved in RSS following Microsoft with the IE7 and others.

Telegraph launches RSS reader
The Telegraph seems intent on adding to their online offering and an RSS ensuring that they keep readers onsite even when they are reading others’ news is a very sensible step.

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