Weblogs For Businesses

17 April 2004

There are people who are vehemently opposed to the use of weblogs for primary business sites on the Internet. Many – if not all – of these people will gladly point to sites that are completely free of any concern for web standards. Rich with tables and font taqs, these ”businesss sites” are considered appropriate.

Unwilling to spend even a few minutes understanding web development tools, standards and the value of a content management system, these happy souls move forward with the notion that weblogs are bad and sites are good. They have no clue about the distinction they are trying to make.

Here’s a site dedicated to citing examples of business blogs as primary web sites. Many thanks to Richard Eriksson for the link.

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