Where were you in 1981? Perhaps you were just a twinkle back then. Pat Thibodeau was a newspaper reporter in New Britain, Conn. Fifteen years later he moved to Computerworld, where he worked for more than 20 years. Now he reports for TechTarget’s HR and ERP verticals, and he believes he’s in the right place.
Industry analyst Rob Enderle starts his workday in the inbox. “I get a wave of pitches every day… a wave that breaks on me every morning,” Rob told us in a 23-minute audio interview. Can a 33-year veteran of the tech business get value from cold pitches?
Does Dion Hinchcliffe still write for ZDNet? Well sure… just not as much as he used to. Being a Dad to three-year-old twins has slowed him just a bit. “As they get older I can find more time to write,” the proud Papa told us last week. One can find Dion’s core work at Constellation Research, where he serves as VP and principal analyst.
Having been around since 1843, The Economist has a finely honed instinct for survival. The newspaper’s current editorial custodians, led by EIC Zanny Minton Beddoes, lately sense disturbing shifts in politics, economics and society. These shifts, The Economist believes, bode ill — perhaps for the newspaper itself.
One might ask, "Why do I care about FAANG reporters when FAANGs aren't my clients?" Many of your clients compete, at least indirectly, with one of these behemoths. Health insurers once couldn't imagine Amazon as a competitor. So here are the beat reporters in the big edit shops, as of April 2018.
The reach-the-millennial phenomenon is a bit past peak but many clients still seek coverage. We assembled a list of millennially-minded reported, many in Tier 1 -- and we hereby share it with you. List current as of Mar. 2018.
So the client has extra time in Chicago. Who lives around there that can file 600 words on her? Some of these folks could. List current as of April 2018.
There aren't as many interview opps for female CMOs as one might think. Yes, general Q&A opps are eligible, but if you want to the client to showcase her marketing acumen, a short list is what you'll need. Here's ours, current as of Apr. 2018.