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02/04/2007

What is the Telegraph's "Grander Scheme" for social media?

 

Three of  the star commenters on Telegraph blogs have been given blogs of their own, says Shane Richmond.

The new Telegraphistas are:

Well done them!

Makes sense to experiment in this way. What intrigued me in Sshane's post though was this teasing statement:

the site has evolved and we felt it was time to increase participation a little more. This is the first step towards a much grander scheme coming later in the year.

So we're looking at a Comment is Free format, or a mass appointment of readers-turned-bloggers to the Telegraph perhaps?

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