Contributor Profile

Paul Quigley

Paul Quigley runs NewsWhip — they track the spread and influence of every story, video and creator on social media. @paulyq

Articles written by this contributor:

The NewsWhip Guide To World Domination: Stay Stretchy

I had the privilege of being out to a group dinner last week with Jay Rosen, one of the world’s leading thinkers on …

29 October 2015 / By Paul Quigley

Startups And Scones: Dublin’s Secret Power Breakfast

It’s 8am on a Tuesday morning as I lock my bicycle outside a modern, single story building next to the Liffey. I’m in …

15 September 2015 / By Paul Quigley

The Only Reason We Hire Anyone

Startup founders (like me) get too much credit. Sure, by definition founders are critical for getting companies going. But once the Big Idea …

07 August 2015 / By Paul Quigley

The NewsWhip Guide To World Domination: Forget Catching Everything, Catch What Matters

Dublin-based startup NewsWhip tracks the social spread of all content online, and provides data to customers including BuzzFeed, BBC and the Guardian. In …

10 April 2015 / By Paul Quigley

The NewsWhip Guide To World Domination: Good Investor/Bad Investor

Dublin-based startup NewsWhip tracks the social spread of all content online, and provides data to customers including BuzzFeed, BBC and the Guardian. In …

31 March 2015 / By Paul Quigley

The NewsWhip Guide To World Domination… Time Matters

The story continues… Dublin-based startup NewsWhip achieved speedy growth in 2014, with revenues past the €1 million mark, and customers including BuzzFeed, BBC …

27 March 2015 / By Derek O'Connor

The NewsWhip Guide to World Domination: Snail Trails

The story continues… Dublin-based startup NewsWhip achieved speedy growth in 2014, with revenues past the €1 million mark, and customers including BuzzFeed, BBC …

20 March 2015 / By Paul Quigley

The NewsWhip Guide to World Domination: Scoring Meetings

Dublin-based startup NewsWhip achieved speedy growth in 2014, with revenues past the €1 million mark, and customers including BuzzFeed, BBC and the the …

13 March 2015 / By Paul Quigley