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The New Stack (TNS) is accepting contributed posts again. During a months-long hiatus, editors rethought their priorities, and consulted Google Analytics to understand what had resonated.
What publication, launched only 18 months ago, is already sponsored by Google, Amazon, Target and Walmart? The answer is Punchbowl News.
One year ago Tom Krazit Tweeted: “…some personal/Protocol news: I’m now the Enterprise Editor for Protocol | Enterprise, overseeing coverage and planning for a big expansion. We are hiring for five (5!) new enterprise reporters to work with me and @JoePWilliams31…”
We thank Access Brand Communications, Alloy Marketing, Engage PR and Strange Brew Strategies for renewing their SWMS subscription.
Top open: Brendan Vaughan. Then: pitch advice from Axios; ZDNet logo; Foller.me Twitter tool; SMB targets in Tier 1; Ted Lasso; GMA cheat sheet; Boston-based VC reporters; gifting targets; why Quartz readers renew.
FC is hiring a new assistant editor to oversee contributed content.