The Future of Blogging, In Their Own Words, Part I

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Paul Chaney over at Radiant Marketing asked four bloggers to give their
thoughts on the future of weblogs.

Not sure how I made it into this illustrious group, but check out some of
the insights that Seth Godin, Rick Bruner, Debbie Weil and John Jantsch had to offer.


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  1. Really neat article it will be interesting to see these threads evolve. I like the transition of the PR department into something more human and reachable.

    Interesting that no one had comments about a blog maintaining its Commenting system or not. This seems to be a major feature of a blog as it creates the conversation. Companies that remove the ability to comment openly on various articles that they put up are simply moving their ‘PR’ page to their ‘Blog’ page.

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