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Cheat Sheet: Kubernetes Reporters

Lots of targets to choose from, with multiple names in a single title. In this cheat sheet, we debut the appearance of traffic numbers from SimilarWeb. We also present the targets in descending order, based on the size of their audience.

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Cheat Sheet: Tech Columnists at WSJ, NYT & Bloomberg

Pitching columnists is often wiser than pitching reporters because they don’t need third-parties to back up their assertions. If they believe it, they can write it. So we have assembled a list of prominent tech columnists at WSJ, NYT and Bloomberg, current as of June 2021.

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Cheat Sheet: Twitter Reporters

Who covers social media? It’s tough to tell since social media is so often casually mentioned in so many kinds of stories. Here’s a list of 14 scribes — overwhelmingly from Tier 1 — whom you can pitch on behalf of clients focused on social media platforms.

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Cheat Sheet: NFT Reporters

It’s not too early to bear down on NFT reporters — here’s a list of 14. Many are tire-kicking at the moment, touching upon NFTs as part of a wider beat. Soon we should expect NFTs to be their own beat, living somewhere between crypto and e-commerce.

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Cheat Sheet: Cloud Analysts

Here are 13 experts who turn up quoted in the cloud coverage you seek. A few blog or contribute to media brands. We tried including names you might not be familiar with. ​ Who are we missing?

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Cheat Sheet: AgTech Targets

Agricultural technology has emerged as a beat in its own right, after being nestled within clean/green tech for a decade or so. Here’s a list of 15 targets, comprising trades and verticals and an occasional Tier 1.

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