House Ag Committee Dems Blogging

Chuck Zimmerman

The House Ag Committee Democrats get it! Yep, Congressman Colin Peterson kicked it off. They’re blogging! Earlier this week I was contacted by their press secretary by email to discuss blogging and am looking forward to talking about it with her.

Just one more example of how such a great communication technique can be put to use.

House Ag Committee Democrats

Plowing the Hill…

Date: May 12, 2005

Today, we launch the House Agriculture Committee Democrats’ website. I hope that the information and features on this website will be helpful and informative for people who are interested in news on American agricultural policy.

One of the many features of this website is this blog that I and other Democrats on the House Agriculture Committee will use to communicate regularly with website visitors. The blog provides a forum for us to discuss new and ongoing issues of importance to agriculture.

I hope that you will take some time to look at all of the information that our website has to offer. Also, come back to our site often to read the latest on our blog and to check out new features that will be coming soon.

Don’t forget to sign up for news updates and information from the Agriculture Committee Democrats using the form on the main page.

Posted by: Congressman Collin C. Peterson | Feedback

My feedback Congressman is “blog on!”

Blogging, Government

Comments 6

  1. If your in contact with them you need to explain RSS feed. I could find no RSS feed for the blog and that is the most efficient way to keep track of a blog.

  2. If your in contact with them you need to explain RSS feed. I could find no RSS feed for the blog and that is the most efficient way to keep track of a blog.

  3. If your in contact with them you need to explain RSS feed. I could find no RSS feed for the blog and that is the most efficient way to keep track of a blog.

  4. I fully agree and I also noticed that their “feedback” mechanism is to sent them an email. They don’t have the public comment function like we’re using here. Another thing they should consider if they’re serious about calling it a blog in my opinion.

  5. I fully agree and I also noticed that their “feedback” mechanism is to sent them an email. They don’t have the public comment function like we’re using here. Another thing they should consider if they’re serious about calling it a blog in my opinion.

  6. I fully agree and I also noticed that their “feedback” mechanism is to sent them an email. They don’t have the public comment function like we’re using here. Another thing they should consider if they’re serious about calling it a blog in my opinion.

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