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September 01, 2008


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Shane Eloe

Is this mainly addressing firm sponsored blogging? What about blogging outside the firm and its resources?

Since professional service firms hang on reputation, should the firm have some monitoring of what its staff put out for public consumption via blog or any other social media outlet (MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn etc). If the firm monitors, does it then seek to limit what is released for public consumption and what are the implications there?

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