A deadline used to mean “get your article to your editor.” Now it means the best time for your editor to publish that article (which is 12:18 p.m., by the way). That’s one of the points Parse.ly made in a recent report on how, when, and where people read news, using aggregate data from its 400 […] The post 2 takeaways on how, when, and where people read news appeared first on Gregory FCA - The NewsHackers.
Editor’s note: At Gregory FCA, we are always excited about collaborating with clients on new projects. When Bill Militello, founder and CEO of Militello Capital, came to us with the idea of creating a resource for the registered investment advisor (RIA) community, we were all ears. Generating insightful and useful content for financial services firms, particularly RIAs, is something we at Gregory FCA are committed to and produce every day.
Last week, I attended the second annual ETF Boot Camp in New York City. The conference hosted the best and brightest in the ETF industry. Attendees included ETF start-ups, executives, media experts and index providers, among others. Also included in the bunch was our client, Kris Monaco, the head of ISE ETF Ventures. The “boot camp” nomenclature underscored the organizers attempts to pack in significant learning in a shortened time frame.
You have a product or service that’s unlike anything else available. You’re doing what seemed impossible even a few years ago, shifting the ground of your industry. But your story has yet to be told on a larger stage. We're here to help you. The post Newshacking your way into the headlines appeared first on Gregory FCA - The NewsHackers.
For the third year in a row, Gregory FCA was lucky enough to convene with the brightest minds in financial blogging at #FinCon15. For those of you who are unfamiliar, FinCon is a peer conference for the money media community, bringing together personal finance bloggers, reporters, podcast hosts and enthusiasts alike. The four-day conference, located in a different U.S. city each year, features keynote speeches, live podcasts, breakout sessions and an abundance of networking opportunities.
Here are a few big-impact technology shows widely attended by media that should be on your radar over the next several months. The PEPCOM events are media only, getgeeked includes both media and consumers, and techweek NY has events all over NYC attended by media and industry types. The post 7 of the best tech shows for catching the media’s attention appeared first on Gregory FCA - The NewsHackers.