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Cheat Sheet: Forbes, CNN, AP

This cheat sheet is a bit different -- a loose "org chart" of edit operations at Forbes, CNN and AP. It's presented as a list, not a chart. It doesn't contain every name in each of these three huge organizations, but it does frame the top of each. None of those three orgs offer a masthead, so enjoy. Input and refinements welcome.

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Predictions: A Path to Coverage

Looking for a fresh approach for story pitches, contributed content and client media? Try predictions. They're not just for December anymore. According to Google Trends, interest in predictions as a "media genre" has never been higher. Forbes's 2016 prediction articles drew three times as many readers than the Forbes average.

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Fresh tips from contributed content chiefs; LinkedIn's "My Best Career Mistake"

Placing contributed content is never easy. A Publicity Club of New York luncheon panel last week reminded us why.

"The best submissions," explained Business Insider managing editor Jessica Liebmann, "have a ton of voice, are counter-intuitive, argue a point no one else is arguing, and are written in the tone of our site. The piece needs to be conversational -- how would you tell a friend about whatever you're talking about?"

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SWMS Analysis: Twitter Analysis Our Way

It's easy to follow an influencer on Twitter. But don't stop there. Who provides the biggest audience when others reply to that influencer or re-Tweet their material? Even better is to know who a given influencer replies to. That could lead you to entirely new influencers.

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