Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Bloggers Community at Toolbox for HR

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Start Your Own Blog Today!

Have you thought about blogging but haven't gotten around to starting? Do you already have a blog and need more exposure? Consider blogging at Toolbox for HR, where you can discuss your experiences as an HR professional within a community of global HR peers!

Toolbox for HR's blogging community

is growing rapidly! With 27 bloggers writing about a variety of HR topics, there's something for everyone. Take this opportunity to add to the mix by starting your very own Toolbox for HR blog. Blogging is a great way to network with community members and reach out to a targeted, niche audience of your HR peers.

If you already have an independent blog, consider taking advantage of Toolbox for HR's audience and marketing opportunities by blogging within the community. Bloggers are promoted across Toolbox for HR, as well as through various community outreach efforts, including weekly community updates, blog alerts, cross-site promotion, related content matching, etc.

If you are interested in taking advantage of this great opportunity to engage with your HR peers and grow a successful blog, you can get started by going to the Blogs Start Page

! If you have any questions, feel free to email Toolbox for HR's Community Development Specialist, Erin Hillman, at Hope to see you blogging soon!

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  1. Hi Michael -

    I'm not sure if you're aware, but Toolbox for HR is actually owned by the Corporate Executive Board and partnered with their member-based HR forum, the Corporate Leadership Council (CLC). I can't seem to find how many members they have but from where I sit I don't believe this site has been very successful. Let me know if you feel otherwise and thanks for the post!

  2. Hi Mark

    I was aware of the backgorund. I have volunteered to serve on the Founder's Council which seems to be an attempt to get this thing off the ground more firmly. My personal assessment would be that you are right, it has had limited success. I got a newsletter the other day that they had 27 bloggers, and another note indicated that there were 180 or so volunteers for the Founder's Council.

    It can't hurt to have another viable HR forum if they can get it going! The post is just an attempt to get some attention on the site.


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