Who knew The New Yorker employs more than 100 on the editorial side? More than that, actually. Yet they remain among the more enigmatic publications out there. Here's a GDoc listing of 47 editors including the top brass and director of comms.
Are there more than 99 newsletters out there? Of course. But these 99 -- as presented in our fresh Google Doc -- are the ones that will matter most to you. We link to them, describe them, assess frequency and whether they're pitchable. Contributing editor Lindsay Ciulla delivered awesome research.
Yesterday we saw a comms pro Tweet this: "Seriously, super annoyed with how many of my regular news sites now require a paid subscription to read content. I understand the decision, I do. But I also can't afford to spend $200 per year on 10 different sites. Will prob have a negative effect on my online reading habits…"
"Cloud" is pretty much a generic descriptor these days. For tech PR, a vertical context is more useful. Here we share a list of 30 cloud-minded reporters in the fields of healthcare, financial services and government. Names current as of June 2018.
How much does sponsored content cost these days? In our latest Google Doc, we share contact info, details and rates at 37 top edit shops. In B2B, you'll be surprised at how low the rates can be. Some titles guarantee a certain number of sales leads, or page views, or high-profile visibility on their site. Some will write your content for an additional fee.
In PR, what works is often what’s shared. That’s why this week we analyzed 200 beauty articles across Refinery29, Bustle, PureWow and Self to see what was shared, and how often, across Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. We pulled the data using Shareable Metrics.
Here's a working list of Tier 1 crypto reporters working in 15 Tier 1 and higher Tier 2 publications. Some of these folks cover crypto sporadically. Most cover full-time. By all means let us know if you believe we’ve omitted someone.
Journalists are leaving media brands every week. Read the fruits of 16 confidential interviews with journalists now working at tech brands or PR agencies, and five interviews with the executives who hired these journalists.