And now for some good news: Starting today, Salon Media, the San Francisco, Calif.-based publisher of Salon.com, will syndicate content from our growing network of blogs. The content will be featured on Salon’s technology section, with The GigaOM Network offered as a specifically curated channel. Joey Wan, director of business development, helped spearhead the partnership and the design of this special channel. Great work, Joey!
This is, of course, just our latest syndication partnership, in addition to those with BusinessWeek.com, CNN Money and the New York Times, all of which were announced in 2008.
With these four agreements, our content is being read by an increasingly vast and diverse group of people. These partnerships are testament to the hard work and efforts of our editorial team. Thanks guys, for working so hard. To all of our Salon readers — welcome. We hope you will enjoy our stories.
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Nice work. May you land WSJ.com and NYTimes.com in the next quarter.
Congratulations. BTW. I saw that a GigaOm article was the most read on the BusinessWeek site. That is a quite an achievement.
@Paul Thanks for the kind words. GigaOM is indeed on NYTimes.com already. Check out our content in the Technology section – http://is.gd/3FzD. I’ll get cracking on the WSJ.com deal. 😉
@Paul and @ROb
Thanks for your kind words. We appreciate your vote of confidence in the company and us. 🙂
I think it’s also testament to the fact that your articles are generally more thought-provoking, insightful, and well-researched than most of the content out there…congrats and keep it up!
Om – Apologies, I missed your presence on NYTimes. Good to know.
I’d bet that GigaOm’s presence beside articles by the Bits gang, John Markoff (if he’s still contributing) and David Pogue would be of interest to Times readers, too…