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April 26, 2006

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» Southwest - You're Now Free to Move About the Blogosphere from hyku | blog - Josh Hallett
You gotta love the blogosphere. In less than 16 hours since I posted a link to the Southwest blog, Robert and Shel have already told them how to make it better. Like, Scoble Southwest is my primary regional airline. I... [Read More]

» If I Ran the Southwest Blog: Example 1 from Weblogs Work
My pal Josh Hallett trumpeted the fact that Southwest (the coolest airline outside of JetBlue) launched a blog yesterday. Good on them. Trouble is, its not very Southwesty. Robert Shel concur. Oh, sure, its got ... [Read More]

» The New Southwest Airlines Blog Can Take More Risks from Backbone Blogging Survey
I just read the user guidelines on the Southwest Airlines blog, and it got me thinking as to why as a customer or potential customer (I've never flown Southwest) would I communicate with Southwest airlines on their blog, here are... [Read More]

» The New Southwest Airlines Blog Can Take More Risks from Backbone Blogging Survey
I just read the user guidelines on the Southwest Airlines blog, and the blog had me thinking as to why as a customer or potential customer would I communicate with Southwest airlines on their blog, here are some reasons (ha,... [Read More]

» Southwest Blog Takes Off and Hits Some Turbulence from SCOUT - Corporate Blogging
I applaud Southwest Airlines for being the first airline to engage into the blogosphere with thier Nuts About Southwest Blog. I think the site looks great and it may become a model for future brand name blogs. However, as with... [Read More]

» Southwest learning as they go from Inside the Cubicle
Something really cool happened today after I posted about Southwest's new blog (yes I know I sound like a giddy 12 year old). A woman named Angela Vargo, who is part of the team working on the blog at Southwest e-mailed me to address my review of the s... [Read More]

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