San Francisco, CA | June 12, 2013
Credit.com, a trusted source of financial information for consumers for more than 15 years, today announced the redesign and re-launch of its best-in-class blog, now featuring advice and insights from a team of more than 30 credit and money experts. Credit.com’s experts are recognized authorities on credit scores, managing debt, student loans and more. They deliver a unique brand of common-sense and actionable advice to consumers daily via the Credit.com blog, Twitter and Facebook.
“I’m incredibly proud of the group of writers and editors we’ve brought together on the Credit.com blog,” said Michael Schreiber, Credit.com’s Editor-in-Chief and Chief Content Officer. “They are seasoned reporters and editors, as well as thought leaders from the world of credit, education, finance and elsewhere. They’ve heard it all, and they are committed to putting their knowledge to use every day, helping consumers make smarter financial decisions.“
Credit.com’s team of experts is anchored by the company’s co-founder and chairman Adam Levin, who was formerly head of consumer affairs for the state of New Jersey, and whose weekly syndicated column appears in a variety of news outlets.Credit.com’s Director of Consumer Education is Gerri Detweiler, whose 20-year career in personal finance and consumer protection has made her one of the go-to experts for both consumers and members of the media when it comes to information about managing credit and debt. Credit.com’s credit scoring expert Barry Paperno has spent 25 years in the credit industry, with FICO, Experian, Bank of America, and others.
These experts are joined by a professional editorial team, experienced in financial journalism, and a roster of more than 30 seasoned contributors in all, including:
“Credit.com is one of my go-to sites for news about credit, credit scoring and debt,” said Liz Weston, MSN Money columnist and author of Your Credit Score. “Credit.com features a host of outstanding bloggers who offer insights into industry trends as well as terrific how-to advice.”
Credit.com’s blog content is syndicated to a majority of the 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, Kiplingers, Consumer Affairs, among others.
To learn more about how to become a Credit.com expert or a Credit.com syndication partner, please contact Michael Schreiber at michael(at)credit(dot)com.
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.
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