Would you read this post?

So with all the latest things going on with the industry and marketing, one thing that I know that some people have done pretty well have been interviews with the movers and shakers of their industry. Whether it’s interviewing the CEOs or founders of startups, which the Social Times has done so well, or even on Jonny’s Par-tay where they talk about the web 2.0 gurus in the Washington, DC area, I figured that it might be worth dabbling into, but not to a full-on scale. Like the other postings on this blog, I’d like to focus on a specific niche that I’m guessing not a lot of people address: marketing and the Internet.

So before I go head over heels on this project, I’d like to get your thoughts on this new segment and I leave it to you to see if you as marketers ould be interested in reading these postings. The new segment? I’d title it “People Marketers Must Know” and it would introduce marketers to the people who have a profound influence on the web, whether they’re the agency type, strategists, producers, e-mail/direct marketers, search marketers, social media folks, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, bloggers, journalists, etc.

Would you be interested in reading these postings? I have several people who I’d like to try and get a hold of so here’s my idea:

If you think you’d like to read more about this type of post, then please leave me a comment and show me some support. Or, if you would like to be interviewed by me because you love me and are interested in this pseudo-venture, then leave me a comment.

Much appreciated.

By Ken Yeung

Ken Yeung is a journalist fascinated with the stories of the tech industry and internet culture. He's currently the Technology Editor at Flipboard, where he observes what's happening in the space while also identifying new topics of interest. In addition, he co-hosts the weekly internet show "The Created Economy," which focuses on what's happening to creators and influencers. Previously, he was a reporter for VentureBeat and The Next Web, covering tech startups, the industry's innovations and funding. Ken also has a newsletter you should also subscribe to called "Filed."