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March 14, 2008

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jansegers

"[...] business has yet to really embrace the social Web. Corporate blogging is at its infancy [...] "

I'm going to quote this article an some of the microblogs out there...

Is there a Portuguese microblog/twitter clone ?

I've found French, Italian, German, Dutch, Chinese and Spanish microblogs, but not a Portuguese one yet.

Andre Ribeirinho

Hi Jansegers,
there's isn't one (not that I know of).

However, the original Twitter is popular amongst early adopters.

Michael Pranikoff

Hi John,

Thanks for the great post. I was able to read the post you mentioned on the state of blogs in Portugal by using the Google Translate tool - google.com/translate . It's a great post, and the translator tool - while not great, does pretty decent job on the post and the comments.

Thanks for writing great content.

- Michael Pranikoff
Director, Emerging Media
PR Newswire

HugoNS

Hi John
First of, all let me thank you for the excellent conversation we had at the other day.
Unfortunately, I have to correct your information regarding Wingman_ (http://www.wingman.pt). It's true that is a consultant startup launched last year, but i'm not one of the founders (i wish, but i'm not). I'm only one of the 3 consultants that work for 2 great Portuguese entrepreneurs, José Pedro Vicente and Miguel Monteiro. Maybe one day, when the Portuguese companies realize the value of social media tools, like blogs and wikis, I could work for myself as an external adviser for Portuguese companies.

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