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Getting the most out of your corporate blog

These resources will help you get the most out of corporate blogging while protecting your company and its reputation at the same time.

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Blog rules, part 1: Best practices to keep you in business - and out of court - with your corporate reputation intact

Blog rules, part 2: Best practices to keep you in business - and out of court - with your corporate reputation intact
Author Nancy Flynn of the ePolicy Institute offers 10 best practices-based tips on how to make the most of corporate blogs.

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Blog Rules: A Business Guide to Managing Policy, Public Relations, and Legal Issues, Appendix A
Excerpted from the best-practices guide Blog Rules, author Nancy Flynn recaps 36 essential blog rules designed to ensure that your organization is helped - not hindered - by this revolutionary technology tool. Learn how to manage legal liabilities and regulatory exposure, protect trade secrets and intellectual property, battle organized blog swarms, control employees' written content (on the job and at home), maximize employee compliance, and take full advantage of blogosphere's benefits.

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Keys to safer, better blogging: A conversation with author Nancy Flynn of the ePolicy Institute
SearchCIO.com speaks with ePolicy Institute director Nancy Flynn about how businesses can get the most out of corportate blogging but stay safe at the same time.

This was first published in September 2006

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