100 blogs in 100 days, Day 9: eStrategyOne Buzz

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by Duncan

Day 9 of 100 blogs in 100 days brings us back across the Atlantic to Columbus, Ohio and our first corporate blog of 100days from Rich Ottum
Blog: eStrategyOne Buzz
About: The eStrategyOne Buzz, Online Marketing without Cream and Sugar, is a witty and entertaining two-year old blog chronicling the sometimes crazy world of blogs and buzz, RSS, email, search, micro-pundits, 800-pound gorillas and other assorted online media madness. I’ve worked online for almost 20 years now (yep, CompuServe in 1986.) I use The eStrategyOne Buzz to support my consulting practice–boldly abandoning a successful weekly email newsletter and nudging my subscribers online.

So drop on by and check out eStrategyOne Buzz and leave your thoughts and comments here for Rich.

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  1. By ME Strauss posted on August 30, 2005 at 2:55 am
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    Congratulations Rich! I read every word. Quick, crisp, concise, but packed with important, useful and fresh information. I came home from a strategy meeting tonight where the discussion turned to blogs. I want everyone there to bookmark your site.
    Thanks for that.

  2. By Mary Mitchell posted on August 30, 2005 at 12:16 pm
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    Well done, Rich! Having known you for 20 years, from our CompuServe days onward, I remembered your gift for spotting what’s important and communicating it concisely. Your blog is packed with relevant info and trends, so I’m telling all my online marketing friends about it. Thanks!

  3. By Thom Singer posted on August 30, 2005 at 9:33 pm
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    Another great blog. I have no issue with “corporate blogs”, so I hope that you showcase more of them. Duncan, thanks for this series. I think I am hooked for the whole 3 months.