Mario Sundar

LinkedIn's 2nd PR hire; I led their social media efforts from 2007 past their IPO. These are my thoughts on tomorrow's social products, today.

Top 10 CEO Blogs

Quick update: I’ve recently put together a list of the Top 10 Corporate blogs (Technorati Powered), culled from a list of 124 corporate blogs world-over.

Feel free to check it out at:

Marketing Nirvana’s Top 10 Corporate Blog Rankings (Technorati)

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Now back to the old post:

OK! I know everybody loves a ‘best-of’ list so I thought why not update my recent post on Corporate Marketing blogs with a post on CEO blogs. But as is worthy of any sequel I thought I’ll up-the-ante with a Top 10 list this time!

I’m sure most of you have heard about Jonathan Schwartz’s blog. Let’s not forget that CEOs are probably the most time-harassed people on the planet so don’t expect any Scobleness from their blogs (meaning regular to-the-hour updates). However, if you want to get a feel for some big-time thinkers espouse their company’s strategy a bit, then maybe the following ten may be worth a ride. Here goes, my Top 10 CEO blogs (in no particular order of preference):

1. Jonathan Schwartz (President & CEO, Sun Microsystems)
2. Craig Newmark (CEO, Craig’s List)
3. Mark Cuban (Owner, Dallas Mavericks)
4. Ross Mayfield (CEO, Socialtext)
5. Matt Blumberg (CEO, Return Path)
6. Alan Meckler (CEO, Jupiter Media)
7. Kevin Lynch (Chief Software Architect, Adobe)
8. Robin Hopper (CEO, Founder – iUpload)
9. Jason Calacanis (CEO, Weblogs)
10. John Dragoon (CMO, Novell)

Let me add that it took me a while to corral these 10 blogs of C-level executives, what actually left me wondering was whether CEOs are really getting serious about blogs. Think about it: Just 10 CEO blogs from among hundreds of thousands of corporations and small-medium-busineses! David Utter from WebProNews believes CEO blogs may never catch-on:

Anxiously awaiting a high-powered CEO to enter the so-called blogosphere? Keep waiting. CEOs would have to defy their company’s policies on transferring information to the public. And what corporate chief would want to jeopardize a job with a rich compensation package and lavish perks just to talk candidly in a blog?

Do you think David’s right? Maybe/Maybe NOT? But till CEOs get more confident about blogging, just continue reading the blogs of the pioneers listed above.

Filed under: Business Blogging

128 Responses

  1. thanks, much appreciated, by Jim Buckmaster’s our CEO, he really runs craigslist now.

    I act as full time customer service rep as well as being founder

    Craig

  2. Jason says:

    Wow… thanks! great company to be in!

    The funny thing is that I’m good friends with #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7!

    On top of that, I was friends with those six of nine *before* blogging started (and I setup Mark’s amazing blog for him!)… I think certain types of folks are wired for blogging. I don’t recommend it for every CEO.

  3. Mario Sundar says:

    Hi Jason,

    You sure are in august company! Not only that, I think the efforts of pioneer CEOs such as yourself is surely worth emulation.

    I agree with you that only certain folks are wired for blogging. But in this era of communication overload, your prospective customers sure would be well-served to hear directly from the CEO himself/herself.

    Mark is one of those CEOs who really gets it, when it comes to using the blog as an effective PR tool. Ingenious!

    Once again, thanks for setting a great example & Keep blogging!

    -Mario

  4. Mario Sundar says:

    Craig,

    Thanks for dropping by. Sorry about the mis-mention but I’m sure your blog would qualify since you are the founder.

    You probably don’t recall meeting me at a conference. However, I’m a big fan of both the service you provide as well as the example you set as founder.

    Keep inspiring!

    -Mario

  5. gwhiz says:

    I seriously doubt it will catch on in a big way. Sarbanes Oxley, “forward looking statements” disclaimers, blah blah blah…. I think it’s the very special cases who will take on the risks and challenges of talking WITH their customers and not AT them.

  6. Great list! I also watch Bob Parson’s (www.bobparsons.com) and Paul Allen’s (www.paulallen.com). I think it’s the great CEO’s that work to talk WITH their customers. It allows us insights into what makes them tick, and the ones that communicate successfully, get more of our business!!

  7. [...] Those are some extremely cool blogs! Can read more on that list right here. [...]

  8. Mario Sundar says:

    G,

    SOX and other regulations may be a hassle but I believe the smart CEO will find a way to avoid the pitfalls, and at the same time connect with their target audience.

    Wait for a few years and you’ll notice the landscape changing drastically.

    Thanks for your comment.
    Mario

  9. Mario Sundar says:

    Smith,

    You’re right. Bob and Paul are two great additions. I’ve decided to make the Top 10 CEO list a monthly fixture on my blog and I’ll be scouring the web for all CEO blogs.

    So come back for more and feel free to email me your choices.

    Mario

  10. Mario Sundar says:

    Daniel (from Whoa, Whoa, Whee!)

    Thanks for referring to the Top 10 CEO Post on your blog. I can assure you that I’ll be expanding on the list w/ newer additions to augment the Top 10 rankings.

    So, keep reading…
    Mario

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  12. www10 says:

    Mario

    Can’t wait for your next update. :D

    Daniel

  13. [...] Mario Sundar har stykket en lille top 10 sammen over CEO blogs på nettet. Listen er måske ikke helt objektiv, da der syntes at være en klar hældning mod firmaer som gør sig i internettet, men ikke desto mindre er det en interessant liste. 1. Jonathan Schwartz (President & CEO, Sun Microsystems) 2. Craig Newmark (CEO, Craig’s List) 3. Mark Cuban (Owner, Dallas Mavericks) 4. Ross Mayfield (CEO, Socialtext) 5. Matt Blumberg (CEO, Return Path) 6. Alan Meckler (CEO, Jupiter Media) 7. Kevin Lynch (Chief Software Architect, Adobe) 8. Robin Hopper (CEO, Founder – iUpload) 9. Jason Calacanis (CEO, Weblogs) 10. John Dragoon (CMO, Novell) [...]

  14. Mario Sundar says:

    Thanks to both ProBlog and to AsiaTech Weblog for referring to the Top 10 CEO Blogs post.

    Much appreciated.
    Mario

  15. [...] Marketing Nirvāna lists for us the Top 10 CEO Blogs. [...]

  16. [...] Although they are a rarity, here are the Crème de la Crème of CEO Blogs. [...]

  17. S. Ophant says:

    Wow! Amazing! All these guys are so cooooooool! I’m so happy that CEO’s are blogging. This is really going to change everything. If it gets any better my head is going to explode!

  18. Mario Sundar says:

    Thanks to Dr. Mike and Damascity for linking.

    Hope to see you more often around Marketing Nirvana.

    Mario

  19. Mario Sundar says:

    Come on Ophant! Join the cheering squad :)

    Thanks for your comments and your enthusiasm. Hope to see you around.

    Mario

  20. No offense to Kevin, but he hasn’t posted to his blog in many months and was sporadic even before that — given the nature of blogging, shouldn’t being somewhat current and active be important for being considered a “best of”?

  21. Mario Sundar says:

    Hi Nathan,

    You’re right. I’m working on a revamped, accurate Top 10 CEO Blog List. Keep reading. I’m launching that post shortly.

    Thanks for commenting.
    Mario

  22. David Utter says:

    Hi Mario,

    Nice list; I particularly enjoy the blogs from Cuban, Meckler, and Schwartz.

    The real trick will be to come up with a top ten that isn’t comprised of all tech industry CEOs. Mark Cuban still counts as one with HD Net, I think.

    Imagine the insights someone like Procter & Gamble’s executives could provide on business and management, for example.

  23. Mario — thanks for the mention. Much appreciated.

    Matt Blumberg

  24. Mario Sundar says:

    Hi David,

    You’re right-on! I’m working on updating my Top 10 CEO Blogs list w/ more accurate Technorati rankings. The new list will also expand into all other fields, not just technology CEO blogs.

    Also, tomorrow I’m launching the Top 10 Corporate Blog rankings.

    Let me know what you think.
    Mario

  25. Mario Sundar says:

    Matt,

    Congrats!

    I’m working on Technorati powering my Top 10 CEO Blogs listings. I look forward to seeing you on that list as well.

    Thanks for dropping by.
    Mario

  26. You should make a Top Ten Page our of this list at TopTenSources (www.toptensources.com) – so that we can read them all at one place!

  27. Mario Sundar says:

    Hi Bela,

    That’s a good idea. I’ll look into it this weekend.

    Thanks for the suggestion.
    Mario

  28. R.N.Iyer says:

    I just came across this collection-very good.Shall also start my blog later today-now I am hurrying to office after a meeting.

  29. Mario Sundar says:

    Hi RN,

    Glad to see you’re being nudged into the blogging bandwagon. I look forward to checking it out after you start.

    Please do keep me posted.
    Mario

  30. Mike Myatt says:

    Hi Mario:

    Being a C-suite exec and blogger I find most it nothing short of unbelievable that more of my peers do not blog…That being said I also find many CEO blogs to be either benign or ridiculous. Whether you’re a C-suite executive or average joe you need to actually have the ability to blog to pull it off…A recent post entitled “To Blog or Not To Blog” (http://www.n2growth.com/blog/?p=27) articulates this position in greater detail.

    Thanks Mario.

    Cheers,
    Mike

  31. Mario Sundar says:

    Mike,

    As Jason Calacanis says, blogging is not for everyone. But what I find surprising is how C-suite execs aren’t adept at communicating? Isn’t that a part of the job description?

    I think the main reason for them not blogging is probably a lack of time and I’m hoping things will change sooner vs. later.

    Thanks for the comment. Keep reading.
    Mario

  32. Debbie Weil says:

    Thanks for putting together the list Mario. Great idea. I mention four of these CEO blogs in my new book: The Corporate Blogging Book (Penguin Portfolio – August 2006). I’ve also got a chapter specifically addressing CEO blogs: “Should the CEO Blog?” The answer of course is “yes and no” – for the reasons you and your commenters state above. I tend to be an idealist so I’m hoping more and more top dogs will adopt this way of communicating and thinking aloud.

  33. Mario Sundar says:

    Hi Debbie,
    Congratulations on the book release. I’m trying my best to track corporate blogging via my Marketing Nirvana.

    Your book is a valuable addendum to a list of resources for CEOs to ponder.

    Feel free to check back when I Technorati rank CEO blogs.
    Mario

  34. Top 10 CEO Blogs

    Via Craig Newmark, here’s the list….

  35. bill says:

    weirdest website (NOT BLOG) is catholicfundamentalism.com
    Interested in saving souls, and, it works.

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  38. [...] This is version 2.0 of my Top 10 CEO Blogs post. While creating this, I decided to remedy the twin problems of nomenclature and improper ranking that I faced with the previous listing. So I’ve changed the name to Top 10 Thought Leaders’ Blogs and have also decided to rank them all via Technorati. What resulted was an aggregation of the most popular and influential thought leaders’ blogs in the blogosphere. [...]

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  40. Thanks for the list! actually I was looking for that, any one can also add this; http://www.bobparsons.com ( CEO; godaddy ).

  41. Mario Sundar says:

    Thanks for your input.

    It was added the second go-around. You can find the entire list (before the rankings) at the New Pr Wiki.

    Mario

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  44. I reckon the guy from jobster deserves a look too

  45. Mario Sundar says:

    Definitely, Paul.

    In the 2nd iteration of the Top 10 Ceo blogs, I ranked them (via Technorati rankings) and he wasn’t in it.

    Thanks for the comment.

  46. [...] Top 10 CEO Blogs : is your CEO into it yet? [...]

  47. Christine says:

    Thanks for posting this, I’m looking forward to having some spare time to read through these blogs

  48. Alex Fero says:

    Thnx for this post. Interesting top :) Jonathan Schwartz the best.

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  55. Harishankar says:

    Very interesting blogs. I never though these people would have time to blog. :) Thanks.

  56. sam says:

    I have been looking for such great blogs thank for saving my time

    love it :)

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  58. Nitin Alfred says:

    It misses out http://www.scottragsdale.com…. how can u guys miss this blog out…it is THE BEST CORPORATE BLOG IN THE WORLD..

  59. Ravi says:

    Hello Mario,
    You have Scott Ragsdale’s blog, Chairman and CEO oF naseba. http://www.scottragsdale.com

  60. Garry Emmons says:

    Hi Mario,

    I can vouch for Scott’s Blog. I have seen many styles of management. This one is unique. He has taken company public and grown the company with multiple acquisitions, all this in just 5 years. It’s commendable! He’s a truly Passionate and Dynamic leader who has proved his worth by action. His recent entry on his visit to lebanon just reiterates how different a leader he is!
    http://www.scottragsdale.com

    Garry

  61. Mario Sundar says:

    @harishankar, @sam thanks!

    @nitin, @ravi, and @garry

    thanks for recommending scott’s blog.

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  64. [...] of the blog will realize that some of the big hits on my blog related to either my listing of the Top 10 CEO Blogs or the Top 10 Corporate Blogs. Interestingly, while I waded more deeply into the realm of the [...]

  65. [...] Top Ten CEO Blogs (July, 2006): 1. Jonathan Schwartz (President & CEO, Sun Microsystems) 2. Craig Newmark (CEO, Craig’s List) 3. Mark Cuban (Owner, Dallas Mavericks) 4. Ross Mayfield (CEO, Socialtext) 5. Matt Blumberg (CEO, Return Path) 6. Alan Meckler (CEO, Jupiter Media) 7. Kevin Lynch (Chief Software Architect, Adobe) 8. Robin Hopper (CEO, Founder – iUpload) 9. Jason Calacanis (CEO, Weblogs) 10. John Dragoon (CMO, Novell) [...]

  66. Ceo Watch says:

    Top Ten CEO Blogs (July, 2006): 1. Jonathan Schwartz (President & CEO, Sun Microsystems) 2. Craig Newmark (CEO, Craig’s List) 3. Mark Cuban (Owner, Dallas Mavericks) 4. Ross Mayfield (CEO, Socialtext) 5. Matt Blumberg (CEO, Return Path) 6. Alan Meckler (CEO, Jupiter Media) 7. Kevin Lynch (Chief Software Architect, Adobe) 8. Robin Hopper (CEO, Founder – iUpload) 9. Jason Calacanis (CEO, Weblogs) 10. Nathan Orms (CEO

  67. [...] CEO (Chief executive Officer) es la denominación anglosajona del máximo ejecutivo de una empresa. Mario Sundar ha recopilado los Top 10 CEO Blogs. [...]

  68. Diane says:

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  69. [...] only think of Sun’s CEO Jonathan Schwartz, although here is a list of other CEOs blogging by Mario Sundar. Do you know of any more? Technorati Tags: CEO [...]

  70. [...] the first blog post that garnered widespread attention and got me hooked to blogging. It is a Top 10 CEO blog posts that still gets a ton of incoming [...]

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  74. 생활지혜 says:

    딸국질은 횡경막의 경련에 의해서 일어 나는 것으로 쇼크를

    준다거나 잠시 호흡을 멈추면 낫는다.

    하지만 경우에 따라정신적 부담감으로 빨리 멎지 않을 때가 있다.

    멈추게 하는제일 좋은 방법은 심호흡을 한 뒤 견딜 수 있는데까지

    숨을 쉬지 않는 것이다.

    또는 숨을 멈춘채 찬물을 조금씩 마셔도효과가 있다.

    그래도 가라 앉지 않으면 조용히 숨을 내쉬면

    서 아랫배를 들이밀거나 때때로 배에 힘을 가득 준 뒤 호흡

    을 멈추는 복식호흡도 좋다.

    출처:http://cafe.daum.net/lifebean

  75. [...] CEO blogi vēl ir neapkopta pļava blogosfēras hektāros. Pamatojoties uz faktu, ka jebkurš neformālā gaisotnē izpausts slidens izteiciens var nozīmēt milzīgu PR skandālu un labi apmaksātā darba zaudēšanu, platība droši, ka arī paliks neapkopta, taču ne visi ir tik bailīgi un slepeni. Lai arī 30 PR personu un valodnieku pārlasīti, tomēr dažu svarīgu cilvēku ieraksti nonāk publiskajā blogtelpā. [...]

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  77. bbrian017 says:

    Cool list it’s interesting to know all these people have blogs in the first place. I guess the questions is who doesn’t have a blog these days :)

    Thanks for sharing off to read some!

  78. 생활지혜 says:

    ● 볼펜자국은 물파스로 지운다.
    볼펜자국 위에 물파스를 가볍게 두드리면 바로 지워지고,
    또 알콜 적신 거즈로 얼룩진 부분을 두드리듯 닦아내도 말끔하게 지워진다.

    ● 커피 홍차 사이다 주스 얼룩
    커피와 홍차는 당분이 포함되지 않은 탄산수를 거즈에 묻혀 두드리고,
    사이다와 주스는 얼룩이 진 즉시 묽은 소금물에 거즈를 적셔 두드린다.

    ● 버터의 얼룩
    비눗물로 닦아낸 다음, 기름기가 남아 있는 부분을 벤젠으로 두드리듯이 닦아낸다.

    ● 계란의 얼룩
    알콜을 흠뻑 적신 거즈로 두드리듯이 닦아낸 다음 비눗물로 닦아낸다.

    출처:http://cafe.daum.net/lifebean

  79. [...] products and various other updates. Although, there are various other CEO Bloggers (check out this list of CEO Bloggers created by Mario Sundar) who maintain the blog of their [...]

  80. 생활지혜 says:

    냉장고는 한번 설치하면 계속 사용하기 때문에 전력소모율이 매우 높다.

    한 가정의 한 달 전기요금 중 냉장고가 4분의 1을 차지한다는 통계도 있다.

    냉장고는 자주 여닫을수록, 보관하는 음식물이 많을수록 전력소모량이 많다.

    냉장고에는 음식물을 60%가량 채우는 것이 적당하다.

    방열기에먼지가 끼면 효율이 떨어지므로 자주 청소해야 전력소모를 줄일 수 있다.

    출처:다음카페 생활의지혜!

  81. Hello. A Nice Blog. Thank for this top 10 blog lists. I thinks the brand or CEOs should have the interactive medium as good as a blog. The Blog would be a motor to make a democratic marketing. Producers and customers are equal right now. Muchas Gracias Senor!

  82. [...] ‘Simplicity’. Het is niet een traditioneel corporate blog of een CEO blog. Hier vindt u; de top tien CEO blogs en de blog van de CEO van het Marriott die standaard zijn berichten afsluit met ;’ I’m [...]

  83. jaseit says:

    Our CEO blog:
    Keith Parnell
    CEO, JASE Group
    http://blog.keithparnell.com/

  84. [...] Leadership Development, Technology By 2006, one could find a few early adopter (and very brave) CEOs using blogs to communicate with their employees, customers and shareholders.  Although these were high-profile [...]

  85. enatali22 says:

    Do you think there is a market for PR companies to write and manage blogs for CEOs and businesses? CEOs can’t always make time for blogging and if they let their content get stale and don’t update on a regular basis it could do their company more harm than good. Wouldn’t this be a good place for PR to step in and lend a hand? Let me know what you think…

    • Mario Sundar says:

      @enatali,

      I agree that CEOs don’t and shouldn’t have time to spend blogging. That’s the reason I’m a big advocate of corporate blogs taking the place. Since that way, not only do you have a steady stream of content, but you also have hundreds, and in some case thousands of employees who can blog on your company’s behalf.

  86. Ashesh says:

    will CEOs have time to blog?

  87. I CAN I WILL says:

    Here,I would like to share a formula for success : Thinking -> Action -> Result -> Success.Behind every success “Thinking” play most important role.You have to think big.Imagine big.For success “Thinking” must convert into “Action”.If your action is right then you will get a “Result” and you achieved your goal(success)

  88. Addy says:

    This entry has been generating conversation since its debut in July 2006 til now.

    If that’s not something of value, I don’t know what it is then!

    Congratulations, Mario – and kudos for keeping this up. :)

  89. [...] this right could yield awesome results, though. There is precedent for great CEO blogs and there’s no reason why similar wins could not be achieved with CEO MySpace or Facebook [...]

  90. Thank you for the post. I’ve been looking for these kind of blogs.
    Cheers!!

  91. Tariq says:

    I wonder how these guys made it so easy!! Another magnetic blog reasoning CEO importance. Keep it up.

  92. Jessica says:

    You can also include Ashwani Singla’s blog, the CEO of Genesis Burson-Marsteller which is a leading Public Relations firm in India.
    Blog URL: http://www.reputare.in

  93. [...] are exceptions, most notably in the technology sector, but typically the engineer, product strategist, technician [...]

  94. David Jensen says:

    Another top executive’s blog everyone may want to watch is that of Tom Glocer, president & CEO of media conglomerate Thomson Reuters: http://tomglocer.com/

  95. [...] Source: Marketing Nirvana Blog [...]

  96. Go Daddy CEO says:

    Please include our CEO, Warren Adelman for your next top 10 CEO Blog posting. Warren has his own site A Social Contract where he keeps readers up to date on current events.

  97. [...] owned by Oracle) writes Jonathan’s Blog which one of the top ranked CEO blogs (according to@mariosundar). In it he shares news about products as well as his own inspiration and personal [...]

  98. Bill says:

    Mario, I work for Erie Insurance. I’m currently working on a project regarding CEO Blogs. We will be presenting a presentation regarding the creation of a Blog for our CEO Terry Cavanaugh. I was wondering if you can provide me some info/selling points etc. that would help my cause. Also, is there any way I can use your site to reach the CEO’s on your top 10 list. If any of them would send an email/note etc. directed to our CEO with a reason why our CEO should blog, I think that would be the clincher. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    • Mario Sundar says:

      Hi Bill,

      Most of my research can be found on this blog. Hope these posts help. Just search for corporate blogs or CEO blogs here and you should find what you’re looking for. Hope this helps.

      Mario

  99. [...] owned by Oracle) writes Jonathan’s Blog which one of the top ranked CEO blogs (according to@mariosundar). In it he shares news about products as well as his own inspiration and personal [...]

  100. Steave says:

    Great story you got here. It would be great to read something more concerning this matter.

  101. [...] the most popular posts on this blog; actually the post that got this blog initial recognition was a Top 20 CEO blogs post. I did follow that up with the equally popular Top 10 Corporate blog series. And, I’ve [...]

  102. Your RSS feed does not work properly in the browser (google chrome) how do i fix it?

  103. Don says:

    ,I would like to share a formula for success : Thinking -> Action -> Result -> Success.Behind every success “Thinking” play most important role.You have to think big.Imagine big.For success “Thinking” must convert into “Action”.If your action is right then you will get a “Result” and you achieved your goal/actually the post that got this blog initial recognition was a Top 20 CEO blogs post

  104. [...] of course the legendary Top 10 CEO blogs/Top 10 CEO blogs ranked by Technorati. And, if you love numbers, here’s a bonus list – [...]

  105. [...] found this article from Marketing Nirvana about Top CEO blogs, and I must say all of these business bloggers are pretty [...]

  106. [...] if you’d like to see CEO blogs, check out the original killer post that started it all. Go [...]

  107. A.Sinclair says:

    Very impressive list youve compiled.Thanks.

  108. Seba says:

    Thanks for the info and keep up the good work…

  109. Santo Paulo says:

    I seriously doubt it catch on in a big way. Sarbanes Oxley, “looking statements”

  110. i am looking for a top20 list for my academic project I would appreciate if you can share it with me

  111. Good list, can you publish a different post about best INDIAN Ceo blogs?

    • Mario Sundar says:

      I don’t have access or visibility into all Indian CEO blogs though I did cover 3 Indian corporate blogs. If you do something like that, let me know Shri.

  112. Thanks to share this list of CEO Blogs. I always like to read more about top CEO of the world. I mostly prefer to reading view of Jonathan Schwartz and Robin Hopper. I am inspired by them and their leadership quality.

  113. [...] you can see the first result that pops up when you search for CEO blog is the Top 10 CEO blog rankings that I did nearly 3 years [...]

  114. [...] studiously put together the top 10 business blog listings since 2006 (here’s the first such post that garnered over 12o comments — long standing record on this blog), I was glad to see another post posing the question [...]

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