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Newsweek Paid Community Lets Members Publish

Add Newsweek to the growing list of publishers launching readership communities. The Newsweek Expert Forum now offers a waitlist in advance of its formal opening later this month. Newsweek is building the Expert Forum in association with The Community Company, a virtual professional services firm that manages councils for Forbes, Rolling Stone and Bizjournals.

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The Community Co.: A Ticket to Contributed Content and More

Agencies and clients face a reckoning with contributed content. The latter still assumes that opportunities abound. More than 100 entries in the SWMS contributed content gatekeepers list proves them right. Then again, when it comes to Tier 1, it just might be best to pay whoever lifts the velvet rope.

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Secret Weapon: The Community Company

Is the Forbes Technology Council worth the money? We hear that a lot from PR pros looking to place contributed content. In our view the answer is ‘yes’, though there’s actually something bigger going on, which we’ll get to in a sec.

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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.

Shame on Engadget

A subscriber of ours was considering advertising in Engadget. She couldn’t get anyone to respond to email or phone calls. We tried to help with InMail on LinkedIn. Finally we Tweeted at them. Still nothing. Can business really be that good at Engadget?

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