Getting in charge for The Next Web Germany

19 Nov

tnwdeToday I’ve agreed to become the Editor for the German branch of The Next Web network: The Next Web Germany.

I’ve long been an author for The Next Web International and occasionally contributed to the German blog, too. We all know that many of the really, really cool technology news originate from the US. Even in our almost 100% virtualized world, that’s a clear location advantage for blogs targeting an English speaking audience.

The Next Web Germany is available since roughly two months now and I’m planning to make some slight adjustments to the content strategy over the course of the next weeks. We might add more commentary posts and will also increase the number of articles from our mother, that we offer as a German translation.

I’m also looking forward to add some really cool new resources to our German team.

They’ll add upon the many different angles and perspectives we try to provide on the stuff that forms the next web. (If you’d like to get in touch, email me at, please!)

That said, I’ll continue to write for The Next Web International but am feeling honored to take full responsibility for our German baby!

Finally, I’d like to ask you for your support by

Thanks and looking forward to get your comments over there!

1 reply
  1. Dan York says:

    Ralf, Very cool! Congrats on the new role!

    FYI, the URL for your Facebook Fan page didn’t work for me. I had to go into FB and search to get to the page here:

    On a different note, what plugin are you using for WordPress that gives you that “Sharing is sexy!” bar – I like how the icons pop up.

    Again, congrats on the new role and I look forward to reading your news auf Deutsch! – Dan


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