58 thoughts on “FastCompany.com turns on social network

  1. @25. Ed from FastCompany.com here. We already have several hundred member blogs and we just opened for business on Friday. I think most people blog because they want to share ideas with interested people. FastCompany.com offers bloggers a great way to find an audience of readers who are very passionate about business, innovation and technology. We have about a million people a month who come through our site right now. We are featuring great member blogs on our homepage, including blogs in our search, tagging them up so they show up with our regular journalism. They also show up as options for our members to add to the feed reader we provide with every member homepage.

    What’s more, if you blog for us, you’ll know a lot about the people who leave you comments and be able to continue a conve– you are one click away from their member profile. Your blog is fully exportable as RSS, as is all other content you contribute to our site.

    Current bloggers who don’t want to set up shop somewhere else can still try to get their blogs listed as suggested RSS feeds for the members. We regularly recommend new feeds of interest to every member. Scobleizer.com, for instance, is a recommended feed.

    If you want to see your blog featured as a feed, and you write primarily about business, innovation or technology, just e-mail lynne johnson, senior editor and community director of fastcompany.com at ljohnson@fastcompany.com.

  2. @25. Ed from FastCompany.com here. We already have several hundred member blogs and we just opened for business on Friday. I think most people blog because they want to share ideas with interested people. FastCompany.com offers bloggers a great way to find an audience of readers who are very passionate about business, innovation and technology. We have about a million people a month who come through our site right now. We are featuring great member blogs on our homepage, including blogs in our search, tagging them up so they show up with our regular journalism. They also show up as options for our members to add to the feed reader we provide with every member homepage.

    What’s more, if you blog for us, you’ll know a lot about the people who leave you comments and be able to continue a conve– you are one click away from their member profile. Your blog is fully exportable as RSS, as is all other content you contribute to our site.

    Current bloggers who don’t want to set up shop somewhere else can still try to get their blogs listed as suggested RSS feeds for the members. We regularly recommend new feeds of interest to every member. Scobleizer.com, for instance, is a recommended feed.

    If you want to see your blog featured as a feed, and you write primarily about business, innovation or technology, just e-mail lynne johnson, senior editor and community director of fastcompany.com at ljohnson@fastcompany.com.

  3. I didn’t find you through search, but then when I browsed Social Responsibility, I saw you there and friended you.

  4. I didn’t find you through search, but then when I browsed Social Responsibility, I saw you there and friended you.

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