Hill & Knowlton gets blogging

09 August 2005

We officially announced our blogging community to all our 1500+ staff in 38 countries today (although Steve “bloodhound” Rubel already sniffed it out, thanks to this post).

Every employee is being encouraged to complete a slightly tongue-in-cheek questionnaire, which provides them with an assessment of whether they have the desire or time to blog for our brand.

Feel free to give it a go yourself – it’s open to everyone (you just won’t be able to apply for a blog unless you work for us).

We have two inaugural blogs, but I’m looking forward to welcoming some new team and individual blogs over the coming weeks.

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6 Responses to “Hill & Knowlton gets blogging”

  1. Guillaume du Gardier

    Welcome in the blogosphere PR folks, wish you all the best for the launch of this new community of bloggers !

  2. Drew B's take on tech PR

    What a great initiative. If only more tech PR agencies were doing this.

  3. Drew B's take on tech PR

    I’m pleased to be welcoming a new blogger to Hill & Knowlton’s Collective Conversation within just 24…

  4. Drew B's take on tech PR

    I’d better be careful with any references to cricket until we know which way this is going to go, but…

  5. Drew B's take on tech PR

    I just heard about a blogging community that has been set up by the March of Dimes charity in the US…

  6. Drew B's take on tech PR

    Back in the early days of this blog, I regularly opined on the benefits of business blogging communities over individual blogs. As it turned out, this was what eventually drove us to launch our own business blogging community rather than have our staff setting up Typepad accounts left, right and centre.

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