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?"
New to Fortune.com, senior technology editor Matt Vella joins us to discuss his goals -- the importance of people and innovation among them. Read on.
Contributing Content to SMB Sites
Wouldn't it be great to place all of your marketing content in SMB sites such as Amex OPEN FORUM, AllBusiness.com and the rest? We've been talking to the gatekeepers and we're happy to say there might be a way.
Special Guest: Fredric Paul, AllBusiness.com
plus audio interview highlights from our conversation with
Scott Roen, AMEX OPEN Forum
Few reporters are savvier -- and friendlier to PR -- than eWeek's Chris Preimesberger. Join us as we learn how eWeek has reshaped its agenda in the face of shrinking staff and heightened competition, and what Chris's priorities are - specifically storage and Big Data - as we approach the backstretch of 2011.
Eric Savitz has settled in as Forbes's new SF bureau chief. How is he distinguishing Forbes from its competition?
Does Forbes's new focus on curation and crowdsourcing affect its definition of news?
Eric has empathy for PR and will provide practical insights for you.
Laurianne McLaughlin doesn't write as much as she used to but has gained influence, as home page editor at CIO.com and custodian of the virtualization and cloud computing "drill down" sections.
CIO is a tough nut to crack but less so if you've got some chops in social media and clients who can hook you up with front-line IT pros. Laurianne's biggest job: to differentiate CIO's coverage.
Can you help her?