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January 20, 2006

Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki

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There are two types of bloggers at Fortune 500 companies: those who are known employees and those who are employees but choose not to identify themselves by name.

Not surprisingly, it's the latter who are by the most interesting and the most likely to cause trouble for their employers.

You'll have to find those on your own.

For everyone else, there's MasterCard.

Oh, enough with that one already, Joe — it was old the first time.

Alright.

The Fortune 500 Blogging Wiki's mission, according to its creators, is to collect "active public blogs by company employees about the company and/or its products."

The website (socialtext.net/bizblogs) lists the entire Fortune 500, in alphabetical order, in a column down its right side.

It also provides an alphabetized list of those companies with identified bloggers and links to those bloggers.

You're invited to submit other corporate blogs and their parent companies to update the list.

[via Dan Mitchell and the New York Times]

January 20, 2006 at 02:01 PM | Permalink


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