This is an example of an status post format, which is a great way to liven up your company blog. Read more about them here and start using them with your Corporate site today.

Statuses are similar to Twitter updates, and they generally appear throughout your blog, search, and archive pages without a title displayed.

Showing Titles in Status Updates

If you’d like to add a title back into these posts, then use the following custom CSS on your site:

[css]
.blog .format-status .entry-title,
.archive .format-status .entry-title,
.search .format-status .entry-title {
display: block;
}
[/css]

Choosing Post Formats

Here’s a quick video demonstration that shows you how to pick post formats for each of your WordPress posts: