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Ben Greenberg

Hi Beth. This was really fun to do with you.

Kami Huyse

I am bookmarking this for my Internal Comms topic. The breakdown of e-mail vs. blog notifications was one I never considered.

Michael Ben-Nes

Hi Beth,

I assume part of the calculation takes into account the size of the staff and their different locations.

Beside that, for internal use I think Wiki can achieve more then blogs in most cases.

Beth Kanter

Michael:

Thanks for commenting. Wondering if you could elaborate? Do you have any examples?

Michael Ben-Nes

Hi Beth,

The best example I can think of is Wikipedia. The concept is simple, everyone can add or edit pages.

An internal wiki can be used to:
spread news,
Build knowledge base,
Stuff bio,
Brain storming,
Event arrangement,
etc...

Best,
Michael

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