ReadWriteWeb just released premium reports for businesses.

I was asked to be an early reviewer and got quoted in the report and in their announcement. Aw shucks… Very cool!


It’s hard not to get excited about this when I know how excited editor Marshall Kirkpatrick is about the launch!

And the reality is that there is so much interest in community-building for businesses that it’s the right time for this type of report to surface.

The first 75 pages are a collection of case studies and testimonials – and as Sameer Patel (Pretzel Logic) wrote in his blog post, one can struggle “with the idea of buying a premium report that was largely peppered with quotes from articles that I’ve read before…” but what Marshall has provided is an in-depth and intelligent collection of the most salient, relevant and helpful quotes – scoured from across the interwebs, and from those at the forefront of community management.

Sameer proceeds to present an in-depth review of why the report is valuable to Enterprise businesses so do read on

You can download a free sample section of the report here.

Bookmark and Share

3 Responses to “ReadWriteWeb’s Guide to Online Community Management”

  1. Sameer Patelon 15 May 2009 at 11:31 am

    Thanks Janetti. Hope you liked the review. Cheers, Sameer

  2. [...] learned, ReadWriteWeb released premium reports for businesses the other week. I posted it on Web 2.0 Expo’s blog and somehow missed this outlet, so making amends now. Editor Marshal Kirkpatrick said in his [...]

  3. Models in Orlando, Floridaon 06 Jul 2009 at 6:46 am

    Great info

Trackback URI | Comments RSS

Leave a Reply

To use reCAPTCHA you must get an API key from