Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Taking Blogging to the Corporate Level

With million of bloggers around, authenticity of New Media has always been in question. Not everyone can provide credible information. Still, blogging influences the largest part of internet traffic. Blogging has maintained its pace and Blogosphere has gained importance in the form of media even though it has been a controversial topic ever since it began. Earlier it used to be a platform to express and share, but Corporate blogging has a more serious note attached to it.

Readers have developed trust on the bloggers they read and believe their expertise in an area more than what companies project about their products. Blogging has formed opinions all over the world both online and offline.

Its time to take blogging to the next level- the Corporate Level. One such effort is done by World Net Labs with their project Blogging to Fame. It professes to take 9 upcoming bloggers and change them into A-List bloggers with authority over the net, and start Corporate Blogging. If you want to be one of them just register at http://bloggingtofame.com and nominate your blog. There is an incentive for the 9 winners as well, of winning $100,000 in cash and kind. This will also include travel and stay at Chicago and receiving your award and Trophy at Award Ceremony which will be at the end of a 3 Day Seminar about Corporate Blogging.

In the selection process your blog will pass under Jurisdiction of 5 renowned personalities from over net who are in Jury Panel. It also includes Jeremy, our favorite Corporate Presenter, and the author of this Blog.

Best of Luck for your Success.

7 comments:

Crushed by Ingsoc said...

Do these select bloggers have to follow particular line, if they are selected?

Jeremy Jacobs said...

That's a question for Divya.

(Just got back from Birmingham!)

Crushed by Ingsoc said...

You should have popped round for a beer.
Not so bad a place is it?

Jeremy Jacobs said...

Compared to where?

lol

Crushed by Ingsoc said...

So what IS the corporate level of blogging?
Career blogging, is that we mean here?

Divya Uttam said...

Hi Crushed,

No they do not have to follow a particular line. That will kill talent.

They can write about whatever they want to just more seriously.

Happy blogging.

raincoaster said...

I gather I'm already too famous to enter. Yay, something for my gravestone.