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Cheat Sheet: Tech Edit Freelancers

Clients want journalists to cover their press conference in Timbuktu and are willing to pay the T&E. You need last-minute help getting the e-book out the door. Where are the freelancers when you need them? Well, they’re right here in the SWMS tech edit freelancer list.

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Cheat Sheet: US-Based Correspondents for European Publications

Pitching a big-picture story? Consider pitching correspondents for overseas publications. They’re paid to spot trech trends that few others see, and to put them in simple perspective for casual readers. If your agency isn’t turf-constricted, peruse our list of European media influencers based in the US.

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SWMS Trend-Spot: B2B Editorial

Occasionally a client may ask, “What’s the big picture in B2B tech editorial?” If you’re lucky, that is. Usually they’re waiting for your deliverables. But every now and then it helps the client-agency relationship to go have the proverbial beer and discuss what’s happening in B2B edit, in the seams where it’s hard to notice.

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Profile: Sean Captain, freelancer, Fast Company

Wouldn’t it be great if all tech journalists were like Sean Captain? He writes about AI, big data and telecom, yet is open to even broader territory — “people and their ideas.” Though a freelancer, he writes principally for Fast Company, squarely in Tier 1.

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⚡️News!⚡️I’ll be the next editor in chief of @FastCompany, following in the footsteps of my new boss @stephaniemehta. My first day is July 18 and I couldn’t be more thrilled, honored, and excited to get started. More soon.

I am overjoyed that as of yesterday i am the interim editor of the tech desk @BuzzFeedNews and am now accepting pitches please send them to me laura.june@buzzfeed.com <3 I love emails.

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On Sponsoring Protocol

Protocol is hiring a strategic partnerships director to help monetize owner Axel Springer’s investments in Protocol Enterprise. So when you or your clients begin budgeting for 2023, be aware that Protocol will be offering new ways to affiliate with the Protocol Enterprise brand.

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