Unless you have a minor grammatical or spelling error, be the first to correct your own mistakes, and don't alter previous posts without indicating that you have done so. Use strike-through when altering the meaning of a blog post.
John Cass, head of digital marketing at Pace Communications, says corporate bloggers should focus on common courtesy in their interactions with clients, customers, partners and the general public. "A blogger shouldn't handle things the way a journalist might," he told Lora Bentley. Among the seven essentials to etiquette he offers: Respect copyright and fair use, check in with clients or customers to be sure that they are ok with what you plan to write about them, and be the first to correct your own mistakes.