Archive for July, 2006

E-mailing, IMing, and blogging, oh my!

The American Management Association and The ePolicy Institute have released results from the 2006 Workplace E-Mail, Instant Messaging & Blog Survey.  The survey discusses stats on both work- and personal-related e-mailing, IMing, and blogging, and the policies that companies have in place, or, more importantly, the policies they still need to put in place.  Find the press release from the AMA here.

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July 17, 2006 at 3:46 pm 3 comments

Blogging buzz over GM vs. NY Times

General Motors has already proven itself with its Fastlane blog, in reference to its ability to generate an online buzz about the company and general brand awareness.  GM has again gone above-and-beyond in proving the power of the blog in their recent "feud" with the New York Times. Get the details from this article, which gives a good overview…even if they also quote the JupiterResearch "study." 😉

July 11, 2006 at 4:54 pm Leave a comment

Update on the JupiterResearch “study”

As I mentioned shortly before, some of the "facts" from the JupiterResearch corporate blogging survey seemed a bit off…Turns out there is a fairly large discussion taking place over the press release and the survey findings.  Many are seeking out the truth.  Check out the info here.

July 6, 2006 at 10:05 am Leave a comment

JupiterResearch corporate weblog survey

Findings from the JupiterResearch study on corporate blogging:

  • 35 percent of large companies plan to institute corporate Weblogs this
    year. Combined with the existing deployed base of 34 percent, nearly 70
    percent of all site operators will have implemented corporate blogs by
    the end of 2006.
  • Only 32 percent of marketing executives said they use corporate Weblogs
    to generate WoM around their company’s products or services.
  • 64 percent of executives spend less than $500,000 to deploy and manage corporate Weblogs.

Oddly, I had just happened upon a statistic that stated that the perecentage of companies using corporate blogs was way less.  But certainly the interesting part is that 64 percent of executives spend less than $500,000 on their blogs.  This is news to me that one would agree to spend more than $500,000!

July 5, 2006 at 4:00 pm 1 comment