Inc. 500 Blog Activity Drops; Fortune 500 Stays Steady In 2011, the number of corporate blogs dropped to 37% of Inc. 500 companies, down from 50% in 2010, says a study. More specifically, companies in the advertising/marketing industry are most likely to blog, while companies in government services and construction make very little use of the platform. Does this decline correspond with the rise of Facebook and Twitter usage?
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