San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Bestselling author and investigative journalist Bob Sullivan has joined the Credit.com editorial team as a regular contributor. Sullivan created the widely read blog The Red Tape Chronicles on MSNBC.com and has authored four books, most recently The Plateau Effect. He will cover big data, the regulatory landscape and consumer finance in weekly posts and his articles will be distributed through Credit.com’s broad network of syndication partners.
"I'm really excited to have my stories appear on Credit.com," said Sullivan. "I know the team there cares deeply, as I do, about fairness and transparency and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to reach their audience with that message."
Here are some of Bob’s articles at Credit.com:
"We are very excited to have Bob on board," said Credit.com’s Editor-In-Chief and Chief Content Officer Michael Schreiber. "He's a great journalist and he has a real understanding of the challenges facing American consumers. He writes smart, insightful stories and they make a great addition to our lineup."
Sullivan joins a seasoned group of reporters and contributors at Credit.com – more than 30 – who regularly write articles about credit, debt, student loans, credit cards, financial planning and a variety of other financial issues. Credit.com content is syndicated to leading consumer, finance & news sites and the Credit.com experts are regularly called upon by the most respected and accomplished financial journalists in the world, including those from ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, FOX News, CNN, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, NPR, CNBC, AOL, CNN Money, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance, Kiplinger’s, Consumer Affairs, among others.
Credit.com is a trusted source of financial information for consumers. Founded in 1994, and run by leading credit & money experts, Credit.com offers the latest news, advice, and free, easy-to-use tools to help consumers gain valuable insight, save money and make smarter financial decisions. Its flagship product, the free Credit Report Card, has been recognized as an innovative consumer finance tool by CNN, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, and others.
To learn more about Credit.com, its tools, editorial team, or content syndication opportunities, please contact Michael Schreiber at michael(at)credit(dot)com.