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We're expanding the blogging team here at E-consultancy to bring you more quality articles from people working at the sharp end of the internet industry.

I'm particularly pleased to announce the arrival of Patrick Altoft, who some of you may know from his excellent blog, which focuses on SEO, social media and internet marketing.

Patrick has written some fantastic articles already, such as this one on reputation monitoring, and another on how to improve your Google rankings. Right up our collective street, as I'm sure you'll agree.

It is also rather joyful to have bagged another fine blogger, one who goes by the name of 'Drama 2.0'. In his own words: "Drama 2.0 spikes the Web 2.0 kool aid by providing a critical analysis of Web 2.0 startups and the impact of Web 2.0 on the media industry."

Drama 2.0 has started with us today and has duly kicked off with an evaluation of Slide's epic $500m valuation. We're known for being fairly anti-hype around these parts so it should be a good fit. Drama reveals a bit more about himself here.

Both writers will be contributing to our usual mixture of big picture analysis and how-to posts. Welcome aboard, fellas.

PS - We remain on the lookout for one more writer, possibly somebody based in the US, so get in touch if that's you.

Chris Lake

Published 21 January, 2008 by Chris Lake

Chris Lake is CEO at EmpiricalProof, and former Director of Content at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter, Google+ or connect via Linkedin.

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Kaya PPC, Internet Marketing Manager at Optimised Media

Congratulations all. I look forward to reading your posts.

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