Customer experience is a monster topic for industry analysts these days; what business doesn't have customers? It's strange, then, that CX journalists are relatively scarce, especially in Tier 1. Journalists tend to chase technologies and vendors, not behaviors. We've listed some of the journos who do. Who have we missed?
"VC Newsletters" is a vague headline, right? We mean, (a) newsletters from journalists who cover VC, (b) venture capital firms that have their own newsletters, and (c) platforms that serve the VC world. Most of the 24 newsletters listed (half from Substack) are pitchable, though it won't be easy.
YouTube is replete with influencers, but who the heck are they? SWMS contributor Rhiannon Pacheco oversaw the production of this cheat sheet, that breaks out 45 influencers, from the US and abroad, with concentrations on hardware and apps. The app ones are especially hard to find.
Does a SPAC angle help land funding round coverage? During Q2 and Q3 2020 it did for sure. Today it’s more of a toss-up. The SPAC’s financial terms might be interesting to a Marketwatch or Axios. In the end, of course, the company going public has to pull the news-making weight.
We're starting to get valet requests about non-US publications -- what are they and where are they? Here's a working list of 40 tech publications across 11 countries. Pretty much an even split between B2B and B2C.
You'll like this comprehensive cheat sheet -- compiled by SWMS contributor Rachel Odenweller -- containing info on 66 privacy-minded reporters and editors, 13 newsletter authors and nine podcasters. Happy hunting.
You're going to love this cheat sheet, overseen by SWMS contributor Rhiannon Pacheco. It contains lists of 58 payments reporters, 18 banking reporters, 17 fintech newsletters mostly from Substack, 48 fintech-friendly podcasts, and links to 45 verticals across payments, banking and crypto.
Updated Apr. 21, here's an updated cheat sheet on business TV bookers, producers and talent. The focus is on CNBC, Fox Business, Bloomberg and Cheddar.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) ranks among the newer acronyms in IT. Analysts and reporters alike specialize in it. Here's a list of 17 reporters who grasp the topic and write about it regularly.