-- Updated Jun. 12, 2018 -- Contributed content is becoming harder than ever to place. Our one-of-a-kind list of gatekeepers is freshly scrubbed and augmented. It's the most popular page on our web site. Enjoy and good luck.
Arik Hesseldahl left Recode this month. Recode EIC Dan Frommer tells us there's no replacement lined up yet. Meanwhile, PR pros anxiously watch and wait, for enterprise reporters are scarcer than ever. FierceMarkets laid off several last month. IDG has lost a few through resignations and did not replace them.
It'll cost you $750, but you might want to consider attending the 3rd annual Bloomberg Businessweek Design Conference set for Apr. 28 in San Francisco. From a PR standpoint, you might be able to buttonhole journalists from Bloomberg's news and broadcast operations as they interview and report, principally for the print/tablet Bloomberg Businessweek design issue due in May.
Surviving and thriving at Bloomberg's BusinessWeek is veteran reporter Peter Burrows.
Join us as Peter discusses the kinds of pieces he's aiming to write in 2010, whether they differ from those he wrote for McGraw-Hill, whether Bloomberg BusinessWeek's print priorities have changed with the addition of Bloomberg's journalists, and how tech PR pros can make Peter's job just a little bit easier.
Shrinking edit staffs have made contributed content more important than ever.
Which outlets publish it? More important, which ones say they do but are becoming overwhelmed with submissions, most of them unacceptable?
Be it a guest blog post or a more formal submission to MSM, there's an emerging art to contributed content. Learn today's tricks and get the visibility your clients expect.
What exactly is "good" tech video? And could you sell that definition to your clients? This SWMS Tech Edit Spotlight will answer both questions. Trade and business media often don't understand their own intentions with their video efforts, making it difficult for PR pros to pitch ideas. Some edit outlets accept B-roll, but what kind and under what circumstances? And what must clients do to succeed in the video era? You'll be surprised at how easy it can be.
SWMS Coverage Analysis: TechCrunch50, Part 1
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
How many media members will cover your event if you let 'em in free?
If you're TechCrunch, about one-third of them. Thirty-nine of 118 working media members posted at least one item from the two-day start-up showcase which concluded last night in San Francisco. We culled our research from TechCrunch's official media list.