Pundit.business On-Line Journal Advises Industry Analysts and Journalists
• Practicing Business pundits seeking to sharpen their skills by learning the techniques of other successful pundits.
• Independent consultants and industry experts looking for ways to market themselves to their professional niche via blogging, publishing a journal, or other punditry.
• Traditional journalists, tech writers, and free lancers who seek to leverage their writing and creative talents in the pursuit of a full- or part-time business pundit career.
• Trade journalists and industry analysts looking for job opportunities at smaller pundit firms or seeking to start their own practice and need advice about carving out a business niche and making money.
• Public relations experts who are looking to steer their clients toward editorial products or need to influence or successfully work with pundits.
• Marketing communications experts who need to sharpen their skills in producing content themselves and working with industry analysts and journalists.
According to Dan Baker, Editor of Pundit.business, the journal fills a need for knowledge exchange for professionals who wear many creative hats.
"I began my writing career in the 1990s as an industry analyst authoring market research reports. But in recent years, the explosion in new media and communication tools pushed me to add other products like: blogging, social media, self-published on-line magazines, white papers, and YouTube videos," says Baker.
"So I'm at the point now where my "industry analyst" job title no longer fully describes what I do. So I figure there are thousands of business writers like me out there. This journal will reach out and share knowledge with other multi-tasking business communicators"
In all, Pundit.business will be all about promoting excellence and growth in the business pundit profession.
Pundit.business is a service of Technology Research Institute.
Visit http://www.pundit.business for details
Dan Baker, Research Director