Few PR coups are bigger than winning a Best Places to Work award. Now you've got a place to hunt: here's our Cheat Sheet with 48 opportunities, many of them vertical as offered by Fortune. Big thanks to SWMS contributing editor Rhiannon Pacheco for her hard work.
Q4 is here, and brings with it America’s most dramatic election since 1860. Here are some initial ideas on how things may go. Later in October we’ll ask editors how they’re organizing themselves, as their plans coalesce.
For the third year running, TechCrunch Disrupt featured the use of TechCrunch CrunchMatch, an in-event app that lets attendees connect directly with one another. In an era when IRL events may never be the same, CrunchMatch may prove to be an important marketing advantage, TC having had such a head start.
There may be reverence out there for Harvard Business Review, but MIT Sloan Management Review is very much its equal and then some, editorially speaking. Best of all, its editors sincerely want to hear from you.
Getting on the morning shows requires exciting visuals and perhaps some pathos -- but most of all you'd want to choose the producer with the seniority level most appropriate for the task. That's the nature of our latest SWMS cheat sheet. Happy hunting.
Few topics captivate reporters more than the future. SWMS this week studied the past two "The Future of Everything" reports in the WSJ -- and a dozen stories in Fast Company's The Shape of Tomorrow section -- to identify pitch approaches that might work for you.
You probably are inundated with new weekly newsletters to evaluate and pitch, but you might want to keep an eye out for this one -- even though it remains in private beta. The as-yet unnamed newsletter (it might be called "Reset") is produced by New York Times senior editor (and former Quartz EIC) Kevin Delaney...