Recode’s business model is different from that of other tech blogs, which have grown out of a desire to provide a platform for tech journalists to share their experiences and insight.
Recode also has its own ethos, as the company values and cares about its employees and the company’s brand.
The new Recode Business blog is one of many efforts that will allow employees to get paid to write.
The company has hired former BuzzFeed executive Andrew Kaczynski to head up the site’s content strategy.
The blog’s first piece of content, which was published on Tuesday, was about how BuzzFeed’s employees can become better journalists by learning how to make better decisions.
The piece is written in the style of an intro to a book.
It starts with a summary of how to “write a great first story.”
It ends with tips for writing good first stories, including how to use tools like Buffer to streamline your workflows and prioritize your work.
The site is free to use, but users will have to pay to access the writing platform.
Kaczu said the goal of the new blog is to “take what you learn here and turn it into something that people can use.”
The site’s first paid post, on April 24, focused on a series of posts on how to build an audience and grow your social media following.
The posts included a short intro to the website and a series about BuzzFeed’s business.
The post about BuzzFeed employees was called “How to Create a Social Media Presence.”
BuzzFeed is owned by Condé Nast.
The BuzzFeed story about BuzzFeed staff members being paid to do their jobs was published April 23.
The Recode story about how to hire a BuzzFeed reporter was published March 29.
The first paid piece of writing for the site, a blog post on April 4, was a story about why BuzzFeed is different than other tech media sites, which is to say it has been focused on making money.
The story focuses on BuzzFeed’s success and the unique opportunities the company has in digital.
BuzzFeed is not a news site.
It doesn’t cover tech news.
BuzzFeed does cover the tech industry and is the only one of its kind to feature a BuzzFeed contributor.
Koczynski, who has previously worked at TechCrunch and Mashable, will oversee the Recode business, the first of several hires to take over the blog.
Kuczynski was previously BuzzFeed’s chief technology officer and is also its VP of global brands and digital.
The tech site is known for its long history of investing in original content and building a community of journalists who cover tech.
BuzzFeed’s previous hires include former Vice President of Content David Corn and former CTO Ben Smith.