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Blog Directory – Gartner

We have moved! Please visit our new location on the SageCircle website.

SageCircle has launched a new website that is now the location for Gartner Blog Directory and the other directories. 

Some items, such as the Twitter and Blog Directories, require you to be registered on the site. Registration is free and can be done by clicking on “No Account Yet? Register Here” in the Login box in the upper right column. You will have to validate the registration by responding to a confirmation email that will appear in your inbox in a few moments. Once registered, you can login in and then find links to the directories on the “User Menu” which will appear in the left column under “Upcoming Events.”

Besides the Twitter Directory, the website (www.SageCircle.com) is also the new location of our blog on the analyst ecosystem. You will be able to read all the past posts and comments, the latest blog posts, review the Analyst and AR Twitter Directories, signup for SageCircle’s free AR newsletter, listen to available recorded AR Coffee Talks, and more.

Please let us know what you think about the new website. We appreciate your comments as we work to improve the website and our other services.

3 Responses

  1. Donald Feinberg at Gartner just started blogging in Gartner’s blog area. Didn’t see him in your list.

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