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Japanese bloggers survey published by Edelman/Technorati

Thu, 31 Aug 2006 22:59:15 +0000

Edelman and Technorati Japan have released the results of a blogger survey (PDF, 37 pages) (press release), based on the same questionnaire used for the survey published in January 2006. It’s good to see that the limitations of the survey are clearly stated this time (the previous study had serious problems in this area). PS: ...

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The Dallas/IABC poll on how to handle angry bloggers — the complete answers and numbers

Tue, 11 Jul 2006 17:49:21 +0000

On July 7, the Bulldog Reporter’s Daily’ Dog has published a piece about a recent poll on how corporate PR should manage “angry bloggers“. The article stated that the online poll asked more than 300 communicators to choose one response to the question, “Who should respond to angry external bloggers—media relations or customer service?” The ...

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Waiting for Cymphony/Porter-Novelli’s survey results

Thu, 20 Apr 2006 17:41:03 +0000

Back in March 2006, Cymfony was announcing the launch of a survey -done in partnership with Porter-Novelli and Russell Research- on corporate blogging best practices. Now it looks like the preliminary results are in, although the survey continues to be online (hm). With the risk of becoming a bore with my obsession on survey reporting ...

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What’s missing from the Edelman/Technorati blogger study

Thu, 12 Jan 2006 17:30:23 +0000

Edelman and Technorati have published the final report on their blogging survey, titled “Public RelationSHIPS: Communications in the Age of Personal Media” (PDF). There are two introductory pieces written by Richard Edelman and Peter Hirshberg (Technorati’s Executive VP), and there’s an interesting comparison between the “old” and “new” PR school. The page dedicated to the ...

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Guidewire Group CEO responds to criticism

Thu, 20 Oct 2005 05:24:32 +0000

Mike Sigal, co-Founder and CEO of the Guidewire Group, has posted the following comment in response to my criticism and questions about the Group’s recent survey: Hi Constantin, Thanks for the critiques. Our goal as a research firm is to provide information that will explain emerging technology markets, so your feedback will help us develop ...

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Another pseudo-survey on corporate blogging hits the Web

Thu, 20 Oct 2005 00:26:00 +0000

Try to say this with a straight face: The vast majority of companies (89%) are either blogging now or planning to blog soon. Are you LOL? ROTFL? Anyway, the staggering, unbelievable, hard to believe “statistic” is one of the results of a Guidewire Group “survey” called Blogging in the Enterprise, sponsored by iUpload. To its ...

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