Great Roundtable – Scoble, Broback, Edwards and Pirillo on Business Blogging

In my last post, I covered some historical aspects of business blogging. Well, I have come across a video roundtable discussion between some of the most respected bloggers in the field where they are talking about blogging moving into business and why business leaders need to pay attention to this. You get to hear Robert Scoble talk about how blogging developed or Chris Pirillo commenting on why business leaders need to pay attention to how this is changing the way businesses operate and compete. Steve Broback, who has been working with Fortune 50 companies and his experiences. Andru Edwards starts as the interviewer but then joins in the conversation.

Rounding out the group is Teresa Valdez-Klein who works with Steve over at Blog Business Summit and Brandon Paddock a developer at Microsoft.

If you decide to download the video, understand that it is a very big file, about 250MB. It lasts about an hour. So, if you are pressed for time, at least catch the first 20 minutes.

My thanks go out to Teresa, I came across it while going through her posts at Blog Business Summit.


2 Responses to “Great Roundtable – Scoble, Broback, Edwards and Pirillo on Business Blogging”

  1. 1 Teresa Valdez Klein March 5, 2007 at 9:48 pm

    Hi Jim! Many thanks for the inbound link. I’m glad that you found the video useful.

    Will we be seeing you at the next Blog Business Summit? We’ll be announcing dates and a venue very soon 🙂

  2. 2 socalbuzz March 6, 2007 at 9:51 am

    High Teresa, we did enjoy the fall summit in Seattle. Great venue and speaker group. We learned a lot and made some good networking connections. So, I’m looking forward to the details on this years and hope our schedule allows for our making it.

    Again, the video with the group is just great. I think that this is the year that social networking makes it into business. There is a lot of education of the business community to help them understand the value of these new tools and not think that it is High School kids on MySpace or Coke/Mento videos on YouTube. Hearing and seeing people who have been involved with these tools talk about the business versus social issues is greatly needed.

    Keep up the good work!

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