Tuesday, February 01, 2005
FT Columnist Says He Scans Blogs for Scoops
James Altucher, a columnist from the Financial Times, writes that every day he reads several blogs written by hedge fund managers, analysts, venture capitalists and researchers for the latest news that might not be hitting his radar screen from traditional sources. He lists his top seven favorites.
With the pro journos actively swimming around the blogosphere waters like sharks in search of dinner, there's absolutely no excuse not to at least monitor what people are writing on blogs. What more proof do we as communicators and marketers need?
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