Bloggers are (most of the time) solo practitioners of an evolving form of expression.
However, being solo in a hyperlinked world has little meaning.
Ever since I started blogging - from 2003 - I have discovered bloggers in India and across the world to learn from. We've posted comments - graduated to emailing each other - to carrying on to connect on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.
Some of us have started HR micro-communities on Ning, and there are twitter lists too.
And then there are group blogs that aggregate the blog postings of various bloggers in the same area, like Human Capital League.
Here's a little more detail:
Human Capital League, a new online community for workplace management professionals and others interested in the best practices of training and development, employee benefits, recruiting, payroll and the many other people-related functions that keep the wheels of commerce turning smoothly.
If you blog about workplace issues we'd love to have you syndicate your stuff here and become one of our Featured Bloggers (like the nice folks whose posts you'll see below). It's an easy way to get extra readers and promote your expertise with no extra work. (The posting process is automatic once it's set up.) Send me a note if you want to know more or you can click on "Add your Blog" in the navigation bar and do it yourself.
Even if you're not a blogger, you should register and fill out the profile page. That'll allow you to leave comments without moderation, rate posts, promote your business and participate in all of the other community activities.
As some of you might know, I am part of the HRM Today blogging community too. Yeah, multiple memberships is cool!