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SWMS Security Edit Deep-Dive, Part 1: Geopolitics, Privacy

Landing security coverage can be crazy tough. We hope this SWMS Security Deep-Dive will make things easier. The report frames the (cyber)security editorial landscape into eight segments with 21 sub-segments. It contains coverage examples within each. The mission is to frame what does get green-lighted, and to suggest roadmaps so you can place similar articles.

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Analysis: B2B Tech Edit Q1 2018

In January a subscriber assembling a new-business pitch asked us to shed light on the B2B tech edit scene: what should the prospect do? We're not sure how much light we shed, but here are the questions we were asked to answer, and how we answered them. We omitted the name of the enterprise vendor in question.

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Cheat Sheet: Tech Podcasts

Podcasts continue to matter. Despite podcasts being hard to measure, the rise of smartphones has brought podcast ubiquity with it. Wearables will keep them even closer. So here's our all-new SWMS podcast list for 2018. There's 58 in the updated list. We deleted the defunct ones. Info fresh as of Feb. 26.

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Cheat Sheet: Tech Edit Freelancers

Clients want journalists to cover their press conference in Timbuktu and are willing to pay the T&E. You need last-minute help getting the e-book out the door. Where are the freelancers when you need them? Well, they're right here in the SWMS tech edit freelancer list. Info fresh as of Feb. 26, 2018.

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Big Data Influencers

-- Updated Feb. 24, 2018 -- Though the term "big data" no longer vibrates with chic, there's still huge upside in cultivating not just the reporters but the analysts, bloggers, authors and public speakers gifted in quantification. Some of these folks are targets; others are thought leaders whom reporters might quote.

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SWMS Cheat Sheet: Which Reporters Cover Rebranding?

This might be the year one or more of your clients decide to rebrand. You could go to beat reporters who cover the company, but it's unlikely they would write about the rebranding as such. For this job you'd need a marketing-minded reporter. Here's a list of candidates, fresh as of Jan. 2018.

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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.
Wed, 2014-10-01 12:49

In her biweekly newsletter Snappington Post, our longtime subscriber Cheryl Snapp pointed to a Fast Company article advising job a... Read more

Sun, 2014-08-24 16:07

It's a tabletop tech demo event on Oct. 16 in NY. It starts at 4p exclusively for media, and at 7p opens to the public. Details... Read more

Fri, 2014-08-22 09:45

The Awl's Matt Buchanan has some great sources inside the New York Times. Here's a must-read on how Suzanne Spector backed into the top job. The so... Read more

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