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» Chapter 1 of Business Blogging Books By Shel Israel and Robert Scoble Posted from Steve Shu's Blog
Shel Israel and Robert Scoble have released Chapter 1 of their forthcoming book on business blogging. For those that have not been following that closely, the book will be one of the largest authoring collaborations on the Internet as it [Read More]

» Blog or Die: Comment 1 from Blogging on the Free Web
One of my problems with this draft of chapter 1 is that it veers toward what might be termed "aggressive in-your-face bestseller-speak." But this is an early draft of the very chapter. I salute the authors' decision to post as they write. And I'll look... [Read More]

» The Scoblebook from Random Thoughts
Robert Scoble and Shel Israel's in production, out in the open book on corporate blogging is shaping up great! The first chapter has got to be one of the most eloquant and brilliant first chapters to a book I've read.... [Read More]

» First Chapter of 'The Red Couch' from The Closed Circle
Is now online. [Read More]

» different formula from elizabeth grigg
I'm not the only person who wants the Red Couch to be just as compelling as the universe it represents. The first chapter is posted. Reading it. it's clear that you can't just generate compelling out of thin air. Take,... [Read More]

» Blog or Die - Chapter 1 from Modern Marketing - Collaborate Marketing Services
Robert Scoble and Shel Israel have published the first chapter of their book (Blog or Die) as a draft. [Read More]

» Blog or Die from Tib's Bits
Very interesting stuff about corporate blogging. [Read More]

» The Red Couch: Chapter 1 from Blogosphere News: Blog News from Bloggers, for Bloggers
If you've been out of the loop recently, Robert Scoble and Shel Israel have been writing a book about business blogging titled The Red Couch (Though they're contemplating changing the title). Recently, they've published a draft of the first chapter-... [Read More]

» "Village Blacksmiths of the Information Age" from BlogX: Life, Travel and Technology
"It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory." —W. Edwards Deming New book on blogging entitled "Village Blacksmiths of the Information Age"... [Read More]

» Just to pick a nite from Lazycoder weblog
The Red Couch: Chapter 1 Same for Amazon. Jeff Bezos, the guy who started Amazon, is famous for not running advertising and, instead, finding ways to get people to talk about Amazon. I get an ad from Amazon.com every Sunday morning with my paper.... [Read More]

» Scoble's First Sentence from .Avery Blog
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» The Red Couch: Chapter 1 from Thoughts in and out of my mind...
The Red Couch: Chapter 1 : Shel Israel's and Robert Scoble's business blogging book is being built here. [Read More]

» The Red Couch: Chapter 1 from Neuvo
Some of you may know that Robert Scoble and Shel Israel are writing a book on business blogging. The blog set up for this book is titled "The Red Couch". Anyway, the first chapter has been published for review. Here is a snippet: [Read More]

» Scoble and Israel Post First Chapter of Blog Book from hyku | blog
The first chapter of Robert Scoble and She Israel's blogging book has been posted on The Red Couch. Bob Wyman of PubSub wonders if the book will be out of date by the time it is published. This is something... [Read More]

» The Red Couch: Chapter 1 from Thoughts in and out of my mind...
The Red Couch: Chapter 1 : Shel Israel's and Robert Scoble's business blogging book is being built here. [Read More]

» Book on Blogging from Courtney Franklin's 423 blog
The first chapter of a book about blogging was released on the internet.  The first chapter had some interesting things to note.  The big question on the posting I read was "will the book be released in time to give any valuable information that is n [Read More]

» The Red Couch from Agylen
The Red Couch: Chapter 1: "Blogging is one of those ‘somethings.’ It is vital and strategic to the future of business. Some who ignore this fact will face the same fate as the village blacksmith of the last century." Read the rest over ... [Read More]

» Blog or Die from Tom Krueger
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» Blog or Die from Cathode Ray Tan
The first chapter of Scoble and Israel's blog book is now up for review. I really don't care what they say Robert, I like the title. Gives it a nice sharp edge.... [Read More]

» Quote 1 from Bob's Delphi Stuff
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» Blogs in Business Book from Notes From Frank's Cubicle
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» Chapter 1 of a Collaborative Book about Busnises Blogging from Reflexive-Blog
The Red Couch is a collaborative book about business blogging currently being written by several bloggers from the whole Blogosphere recruited by Shel Israel’s and Robert Scoble. [Read More]

» http://www.marketechnique.com/blog/archives/2005/03/over_at_pdf_i_c_1.html from MediaMusings
Over at PDF I commented about business blogs, and there are a few executives who have put up external and internal blogs (posted comment here). Microsoft seems to have been precient in hiring Robert Scoble to blog as an independent... [Read More]

» Robert Scoble book on blogging : 1st chapter is online from Real Lawyers :: Have Blogs
Robert Scoble, Microsoft blog evangelist & publisher of one the most widely read business blogs, Scobleizer and Shel Israel, a publicist and PR consultant for over 20 years are writing a book on why--and how-- businesses should blog. As you'd... [Read More]

» A future blogger family? from oliver's life goes on!
I sometimes felt my passion for the web and blogging... [Read More]

» A future blogger family? from oliver's life goes on!
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» Blog or Die from Estate Legacy Vaults Blog

---- The result is blogging has become the best way for your company to get attention, promote product adoption, get press coverage and build loyal customer bases....  Ask a leading bike lock manufacturer who ignored posting on how his product... [Read More]

» Blog or Die from Estate Legacy Vaults Blog

---- The result is blogging has become the best way for your company to get attention, promote product adoption, get press coverage and build loyal customer bases....  Ask a leading bike lock manufacturer who ignored posting on how his product... [Read More]

» The Red Couch- Chapter 1 from notgartner.com: Mitch Denny's Blog
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» Blogging 101 - Radio Free Europe from Quixtar Blog
Sing Beside yourself if radio's gonna stay. Reason: it could polish up the grey. Put that, put that, put that up your wall That this isn't country at all Raving station, beside yourself Keep me out of country in the word Deal the porch is leading us ab... [Read More]

» Blogging 101 - Radio Free Europe from Quixtar Blog
Sing Beside yourself if radio's gonna stay. Reason: it could polish up the grey. Put that, put that, put that up your wall That this isn't country at allRaving station, beside yourselfKeep me out of country in the word Deal the porch is leading us absu... [Read More]

» It's the Blogs, Stupid from Estate Legacy Vaults Blog

"Blogging is forcing firms like ours to shut up and listen."  says Mike Manuel in the latest interview posted over Naked Conversations, formerly the Red Couch.

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» The Business of Blogging from Think Personality
by Kevin D. Hendricks, Writer Blogging is big business (if you're asking "what's a blog?"—you better read up). 2005 has been proclaimed the year of the blog (wait, wasn't that 2004?) and stories are popping up everywhere: BusinessWeek did a... [Read More]

» A future blogger family? from oliver's life goes on!
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» How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers from iSift.com
Interesting article on how some businesses are using blogs now communicating with theirs consumers. Business who ignore this phenomenan risk losing out. [Read More]

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