Does anybody read corporate blogs? Does anybody care? Our blog is pretty new but there doesn’t seem to be many comments—and that’s being nice. I was thinking of asking my wife to put down a comment on my blog so at least I could have one, but I though that was shameful, and she may have had said no–and then where would I be?I do wonder what the value is of blogging? I went to McDonald’s CSR blog and they don’t seem to get many comments either. Maybe no comments are good? Maybe it means that people are not upset with you. Or, maybe it means your topics are boring and no one cares? Maybe I should cut my bloging career short? I guess I will continue to blog for a little while longer, but you can clearly sense my blog anxiety.
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