This past year was tough on tech PR -- no need to recount the details. But in the nick of time IDG Insider Pro has breezed into town. Though it does run product reviews that appear on other IDG sites, it's no mere roll-up. It's got unique analysis and contributed content and much that other sites do not have -- and it's pitchable like the old days.
Beyond Innovation, the tech video series produced by Toronto-based Global Live, is an earned media opp. At first it may not look like one, but it is, and it's well worth checking out. Beyond Innovation "uncovers the world’s new and emerging technologies" through interviews with company executives.
If you've got the right kind of story, Protocol is bound to excite you. Announced last week and built by the founders of Politico, the forthcoming tech publication will launch in Q1 of perhaps the most important Presidential election year since 1860.
To nail that elusive company profile, make sure you’re studying the lists. Yes, one can apply for inclusion and what happens after that is something of a mystery. One can glean a lot from list results, however. For example, we recently studied a list within a list — the 20-company Rising Stars list within Forbes’s Cloud 100 — and here’s what we learned.
Solutions Review has been out there seven years and few in tech PR ever ask us about it. That may change. As consolidation wreaks its havoc on earned media, Solutions Review is emerging as a "fresh-idea" B2B publisher for the 2020s. Case in point: the jams.
What makes for a smart approach to contributed content? Answer: something that you know has worked. A Sept. 25 Enterprisers Project piece called "Beware the dark side of agile project management" drew more page views than anything else TEP published that month. Let's deconstruct why.
Sadly, there are only ten names -- in only five media brands -- on this list of reporters who might cover your case study. Who are we missing? In theory, any beat reporter is potentially a case study reporter, if there is a true breakthrough embedded in your news.
Few publications have innovated like Quartz. It launched in 2012 as "mobile-first" and raced to embrace native advertising. Its first news app was a chatbot. It created amazing visuals and posted the code on GitHub. It had obsessions, not beats. So why is Quartz in trouble?
This cheat sheet is really two lists. In one we look at targets who predicted 2019 trends in 2018 in hopes they will do it again soon. In the other we look at targets who already have predicted 2020 trends, in hopes they revise them soon. Please share what you hear.