Share your story with intranet blogs
Our blogging application allows for informal, easy-to-generate, time-sequenced content to be generated and distributed to relevant staff. In addition, our corporate blogging software allows commenting on all posts, a standard feature of most intranet blogs.Try our software
Fully customisable blogs
Intranet blogs are often generated by executives or the management team as a means of communicating thoughts and strategies to their staff, they can also be created by individuals with the relevant permission to provide updates on projects and to share important information. The customisable nature of our blogging application fully supports this multi-purposed approach.
Benefits of blogging
- An established community for the author
- The freedom to screen individual permissions for posts
- The ability to separate the reputation of the author within the company from the author’s ability to generate interesting content
- Improved organisational efficiency, as intranet blog participants are much more likely to adhere to conduct and ethical standards required by their organisation
Intranet blog permissions
Our corporate blogging software allows for permission-based news channels to be styled as blogs whenever needed. Blogs can also be created for individual departments and projects.
Comments and interactions
Comments and interaction per post can be controlled on intranet blogs, with options including:
- No commenting
- Instant publishing of comments
- Approval of comments required
- Anonymous commenting enabled
In general, we recommend that commenting on intranet blogs should be instant as participants generally adhere to reasonable standards of language and content, and employees expect to have the ability to respond to posts.
Integrate intranet blogging with additional apps
Moreover, our blogging application can be complemented and extended upon through the use of our corporate social networking application. It provides numerous features such as news feeds and live updates on employee and departmental channels.