Take for example Ballard Spahr’s CFPB Monitor. What in past lives, or from other firms, would be a blog devoted to financial regulation as a whole, their offering takes aim at a niche—an age-old trick of bloggers. They exclusively cover the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and boy do they cover it. If there’s any news even loosely tied to the CFPB, they’re on it, and they explain it in a way that anyone could read. It may be devoted to those professionals who need to stay apprised of activity surrounding the bureau, but anyone who wants to read it can. It may not be super colorful, nor passionately opinionated, but it does what it does and does it well.

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