US Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment

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US Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment

Postby elfismiles » Wed Jan 20, 2010 4:16 pm


US Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment

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This is an ongoing effort by the US Air force to devolp a method as to the appropriate method to respond to online blogs. It was created to combat negative blog posts and bolster support and credibility for positive blog posts. See http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/e ... 1_5_09.pdf
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* http://www.marcomprofessional.com/posts ... ment/21994
* http://www.webinknow.com/2009/01/us-air ... sment.html
* http://freshspot.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83 ... 970b-popup

[edit] Citations

* "US Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment", revision 2, David Meerman Scott and Busy Body. 23 January 2009 20:52 UTC. MarCom Professional
* http://www.marcomprofessional.com/posts ... ment/21994

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Re: US Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment

Postby Simulist » Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:00 pm

I'm glad you reposted this, Elfismiles. I saw it inside another thread somewhere, but when I went back to look... well, let's just call my forgetfulness a "senior moment."

Copying it now. Thanks!
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