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May 26, 2008

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Garry Emmons

Apart from HR reasons do you think Scott's Blog is impressive? Is this the new gen CEO blogging going to turn out as? According to your previous post...that blog should be unedited...this one is pretty raw and direct in your face...What do you think? www.scottragsdale.com

Laura

Agreed.. I like the way Scott's blog is laid out, the "why I am blogging" etc but for a CEO of a 300 person company, not very professional. The first thing you see when you load the page is a guy smoking saying that it is good to have a big ego.. and the just f***ing sell under the car on the right hand side. Most business owners would be more cautious about what they are saying, how they are portraying their image etc but this approach must just work with Scott. I like how David is pretty raw & direct with his postings, comments, etc but when you go to his site, blogs etc it provides a good overall image & keeps you coming back.

Laura Again

It all depends on Scott's goal for his blog.. Whatever works good for him personally & for his company that is what he should continue to do.

ngan hang

I like the way Scott's blog is laid out, the "why I am blogging" etc but for a CEO of a 300 person company, not very professional. :D

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