5 Lessons Every Blogger Can Learn From The AOL TechCrunch Acquisition


TechCrunch has been covering the technology space for years, largely powered by one man: Michael Arrington. As one of the first crop of technology writers to lead the charge as an authoritative source of information, TechCrunch has inspired technology (and other) bloggers to establish themselves as legitimate source of important news, even while mainstream media has often scoffed and dismissed (as most large, worried enterprises tend to do). So as this new generation of bloggers works to establish a journalistic voice and respected opinion, what can they learn from the recent acquisition of TechCrunch by AOL?

1) Patience

Michael Arrington started TechCrunch in 2005.

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