February 21, 2005
Relishing in Demo Kudos
Forgive the gloating here. Perhaps I'll come across as a proud parent as I glowingly list tons of positive press coverage and highlights from client Demo launches last week. It's hard not to....if I wasn't a believer, I wouldn't be here.
Client iUpload, is combining the strength of their content management background with corporate blogging in a way others in the market are not, with their launch of Perspectives. The result: tapping into and reaching multiple communities from inside one blog, doubling the power and reach of your marketing and branding overnight by empowering more authors to write. That's not all.
The view from Business 2.0's blog - Om Malik writes in his brief that iUpload is among the names you are likely to see make news in the next 12 months. Oh yeah, client Teleo makes the cut too among 7 names out of 74 who launched at Demo this year. I'm batting a good average.
The view from ZDNET's Dan Farber, on the Latest in Blogware. Dan's favorite concept was iUpload's Perspectives. He describes: you can use an iUpload blog to create and store content and then apply "perspectives," which allow you to instantly publish content from the blog to other sites or applications, such as salesforce.com, Plaxo, Yahoo!,Tribe, Amazon, eBay or Flickr. For example, you could write a book review in a blog and simultaneously post it to the appropriate Amazon page.
Dan also gives a plug to Five Across' Bubbler, which is a very different blogging concept and was pitched at Demo as the fastest blogging tool ever.
The view from CNN.com. Their take: Perspectives lets individuals communicate with other Web sites straight from their blogs. Users can pull their blog content -- whether it's a book review or a submission to a photo contest -- and send it to iUpload's online partners, which so far include auction giant eBay Inc., Web portal Yahoo Inc. and social networking site Tribe. More are signing on weekly btw.
The view from Ed Baig's USA Today.
The view from WashingtonPost.com.
The view from eWeek.
The view from InfoWeek.
The view from InfoWorld.
The view from Computerworld.
The view from blogger Jeremy Wright.
The view from Silicon Valley Watcher's Richard Koman.
The view from Forbes.com.
And a vertical market view.
And that's only in the first few days. Stay tuned for more on this space, partnerships and trends around what blogs can do for communities, for corporations, and for individuals.
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