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26 September 2007 No Comment

Mark October  22-26, 2007 
on your calendar for a blog program that promises to be profitable… and provocative. The host will be Ted Demopoulos, author of Blogging for Business. His topic: Should CEOs Blog?

The term “CEO Blog” refers to a blog written by a high level executive
such as a CEO. The few CEO blogs that exist are very popular, but
should the average CEO or other executive blog? How can they possibly
make time among their other responsibilities? Are the “rules” different
for CEOs and other high profile poeple? Can they have ghostbloggers or
blog less frequently? The week of Oct 22, Ted will answer these and other
questions on IAOCblog.com.


Ted Demopoulos’ professional background includes over 25 years of
experience in Information Technology and Business, including 15 years
as an independent consultant. Ted helped start a successful information
security company, was the CTO at a “textbook failure” of a software
startup,  and has advised several other startups. He is a frequent
speaker at conferences, conventions, and other business events,  author
of  What No One Ever Tells You About Blogging and Podcasting:
Real-Life Advice from 101 People Who Successfully Leverage the Power of
the Blogosphere
, coauthor of  Blogging for Business. Ted blogs at www.BloggingForBusinessBook.com

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