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11 May 2005

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Listed below are links to weblogs that reference GM blog continues to push the envelope:

» GM's Female Blogger from Blogspotting
About the addition of a female to GM's FastLane blog. [Read More]

» GM's Female Blogger from Blogspotting
About the addition of a female to GM's FastLane blog. [Read More]

» Hierarchy, Subverted from The Social Customer Manifesto
Was reading the recent post by Cynthia Price on the GM Fastlane blog. (hat tip: nevon) Down in the comments were two items that stood out: Mary Freund: "Dear Mr.Lutz: I am a G.M. employee. I work in Doraville , [Read More]

» Hierarchy, Subverted from The Social Customer Manifesto
Was reading the recent post by Cynthia Price on the GM Fastlane blog. (hat tip: nevon) Down in the comments were two items that stood out: Mary Freund: "Dear Mr.Lutz: I am a G.M. employee. I work in Doraville , [Read More]

» Hierarchy, Subverted from The Social Customer Manifesto
Was reading the recent post by Cynthia Price on the GM Fastlane blog. (hat tip: nevon) Down in the comments were two items that stood out: Mary Freund: "Dear Mr.Lutz: I am a G.M. employee. I work in Doraville , [Read More]

Comments

Christopher Carfi

Hmmm...I wonder if Cynthia Price is going to BlogHer? ( http://www.blogher.org )

Elisa Camahort

I pinged her via email to suggest as much...haven't heard back yet :)

Neville Hobson

Good ideas! From the description on the BlogHer site, Cynthia would undoubtedly make some excellent connections there.

From the mission:

"BlogHer's goal is helping women bloggers identify, reach and grow the audience they seek by raising their visibility and searchability. Once women bloggers build relationships with each other -- online and in person –- it will be easier for Web users to find more quality, relevant bloggers. A broader diversity of top-trafficked bloggers will follow."

That seems to fit nicely with what Cynthia said in her post yesterday at GM FastLane re reaching out to women. Ok, car drivers, but you get my point.

Jeremy Pepper

As a former Detroiter, it's nice to see GM take the lead in something, anything.

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