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Read/WriteWeb Sponsors And Contributers

Read/WriteWeb is growing. Last month was a record month in traffic, by a long
shot. And after over 4 years of blogging, last month was also the first month
I’ve managed to earn enough from R/WW to ‘pay’ for the time I spend writing and
editing it. So R/WW is now a professional publication in that sense, although I
prefer to think it always has been in terms of how much work has gone into it!
🙂 My commitment going forward is to build R/WW into the resource for Next Generation Web Technology analysis and news.

I have two groups of people I want to provide a shout-out to. Thank you Read/WriteWeb’s
initial sponsors (in order of arrival here):

  • Atlassian is from my part of the
    world and they provide innovative enterprise software solutions, so they’re
    a perfect fit for R/WW. And because they were first on board as a R/WW
    sponsor, they got the top banner spot 😉
  • Zoho is another very innovative
    Enterprise company and they are building one of my favorite product types –
    a Web Office.
  • Flock
    is developing a social web browser and they are definitely one of the most
    innovative browsers around right now.
  • Pageflakes
    is one of my favorite types of applications – a personalized start page.
    There’s so much creativity in this space and with 100 widgets and counting,
    Pageflakes is one of the very best and most productive.
  • Text Link
    creates simple text ads which drive targeted traffic and grow your
    search engine rankings. Go check them out if you’re a blogger wanting to
    make money.

Thanks also to FM Publishing, who
have been a great help. It’s important to note that all of these sponsors allow
me to devote more time to R/WW
, which means I can continue to grow the site
and provide even more quality content.

Also a huge thanks to the guest contributers R/WW has had over the past few
months, who have all helped to make R/WW what it is today. While I don’t (yet?)
earn anywhere enough to pay them for their troubles, it’s my aim to make sure
it’s a win-win for them in terms of exposure. So thank you Alex
, Ebrahim Ezzy, Steve
, Ken Yarmosh, Ryan
, Ajit Jaokar
– who have all at some stage or another this year contributed to Read/WriteWeb.

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