Last week, I got reconnected with one of the first people I met when I moved to DC ten years ago, Eric Wingerter, only to find out that the poor guy has been bitten by the blogging bug. More than that, after just six weeks, his site is already attracting a healthy and growing readership of several hundred people per day. Plenty of folks have talked about the impending “maturity” (in market terms) of the blogosphere — that the major niches are taken, leaving less room for new voices — yet Eric is clearly finding people to listen to what he has to say. What can we learn from his experience?
Archive for February 13th, 2007