As many of our readers know, 24/7 Wall St. writes copy for a number of
sites including our own sites and those of our partners. Our own
sites include 24/7 Wall St., Volume Spike Investor, and
BioHealthInvestor. Some of our partner sites include AOL Money &
Finance, Marketwatch, MSN, Stockhouse, BloggingStocks, and Huffington.
As a result of the somewhat fractured nature of our editorial process,
we frequently don’t have the opportunity to share all of our stories
with the regular readers of 24/7 Wall St. We aim to change that.
24/7 Wall St. is going to try something new. We have created a
Twitter page. In the site’s own words, Twitter is a way to
"communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick,
frequent, answers to one simple question: What are you doing?" Using
Twitter, we will be able to let our readers in on what we are working
on as well as what we’ve just finished.
In short, Twitter will enable us to accomplish three simple goals:
(1) aggregate stories that might not make it onto 24/7 Wall St.’s
homepage; (2) highlight stories on 24/7 Wall St. or other sites that
we think are noteworthy; and (3) engage in some old-fashioned
If you’re interested in any of these, look for our new "Twitter
Updates" feature on the right side of the page and follow us at