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In recent weeks, we’ve seen commentary predicting the decline of corporate blogging. Or more specifically, that there seems to be less value and fewer hours to commit to the activity.
Jeremiah Owyang (@jowyang) sent shockwaves into the blogosphere last week with his blog commentary on the decline of tech blogging, or more specifically, the “golden age of tech blogging is ending.” There’s a bit of reaction out there on other blogs and by some folks reacting on Twitter without actually having read the article.
I don’t think this idea can be stated enough. 2011 saw a lot of new conversations and thought-leadership around Big Data. I sit at perhaps one of the most exciting intersections of social media and big data: E-M-C.
Update on this blog… Somehow the database got fubar’d, effectively zapping the user and post tables. Oops. No one could read, and I couldn’t log in to troubleshoot.
I can *feel* some of my social media engagement teammates rolling their eyes with me advocating yet another opportunity for B2B social marketeers to spread across the social sphere.
It’s been a very interesting 12 social media months here at EMC. The company has taken major steps forward in bring social to every corner of our business.