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Webinar indicates strong interest in socialization of knowledge management

Our social knowledge network webinar yesterday was a big success, just by the sheer volume of registrants and participants. From my experience and conversations with peers and partners, it's considered a win, in general, to have 50 to 100 people attend any given webinar.

We had 494 pairs of eyeballs watching our webinar. That came from 1,151 registrants.

This is not to toot our horn about our marketing and promotion skills. We didn't market this webinar any different from other presentations and events we've done. Rather, I think these numbers are an indicator of the interest in the socialization of knowledge management in the enterprise.

Presto, and the integration of top-down and bottom-content, is resonating with the marketplace. And I think the industry is starting to really see the benefits the "wisdom of the community" can deliver to an organization.

Certainly, our readers deserve a round of applause for making our webinar a success. No doubt you helped drive those numbers! Thank you for taking the time to participate.

If you missed our webinar or want second helpings, it will be archived here on KMWorld's Web site for the next 90 days.

Also, if you'd like to review the report that Leonor Ciarlone, Senior Analyst for The Gilbane Group, discussed in the webinar, you can check it out on the company's Web site. Just scroll down to the report entitled "Collaboration and Social Media - 2008."

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