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  • This is a list of weblogs authored by CEOs. Actually, this might be a misnomer. It's a list of weblogs authored by people who are in a leadership position in various organizations (corporations, non-profit, etc.).
  • 277 names @ February 1st, 2008

How to get your blog on the list

  • Please send an e-mail to Constantin Basturea (cbasturea at gmail.com) with the following:
    • the URL of your weblog and a link to your first posting
    • the URL of your page on your corporate website
    • if you have more than one blog, please pick the one that you want to be included in the list.

The list

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Canada

China

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Hungary

Hong Kong

Italy

India

Ireland

Israel

Japan

The Netherlands

New Zealand

Philippines

Romania

Singapore

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

  • Ekim Nazim Kaya, Editor in chief, Telecom Turkey (telecommunication technologies magazine)

United Kingdom

United States of America

RSS aggregator for the CEO Blogs list: CEO Blogs News: http://groups.blogdigger.com/groups.jsp?id=246 - powered by Blogdigger Groups A feed for all the postings | OPML directory NOTE: just a small number of the blogs listed here are in the OPML file right now.

Backlinks

Instigator:

Neville Hobson (14 August 2004):

Is there a list out there of corporate blogs? By this, I mean blogs like the one authored by Jonathan Schwartz, the President and Chief Operating Officer of Sun Microsystems - a blog by the business leader of an organization that's written regularly (unlike some of the SAP executive blogs - no new stuff in most of them since May or June).

If one of the media resources I mentioned above took the lead in putting a list together, that list could be the authoritative list simply because it is there.

Thanks

To Greg Gershman, the author of Blogdigger Groups.

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