Few "targets" are sweeter than USA Today, so PR is fortunate to have someone on the scene as earnest as Ed Baig. He writes for print and web, contributes to USA Today's tech blog, and perhaps you've even seen him in front of a video camera a time or two.
Consumer tech coverage dominated while enterprise tech coverage was all but absent from January's "most e-mailed" and "most popular" articles in the WSJ, NYT, Forbes.com, USA Today and News.com, according to SWMS research.
Here's what else we turned up.
* Photo essays ranked as the first, second or third most popular content at News.com on 12 of the 15 weekdays we studied. Examples: Cracking Open the Xbox 360 Elite (Jan. 14, via TechRepublic) and LEDs in Your Contact Lenses? (Jan. 22). Photo essays typically are fun to view and generate more page views than articles.