Laurianne McLaughlin doesn't write as much as she used to but has gained influence, as home page editor at CIO.com and custodian of the virtualization and cloud computing "drill down" sections.
CIO is a tough nut to crack but less so if you've got some chops in social media and clients who can hook you up with front-line IT pros. Laurianne's biggest job: to differentiate CIO's coverage.
Can you help her?
As b-to-b targets have shrunk, CFO Mag looms larger. And from what we hear, it's not an easy title to navigate.
Dave McCann oversees all CFO tech coverage, print and online.
He knows exactly how much tech talk his specialized audience can tolerate. He knows what constitutes "ROI" editorial and shares some insight into how to serve his and CFO's editorial appetite -- including social media and visuals.
Analytics-driven listening tools aren’t new. Biz360 was out there ten years ago. So was Cymfony. These tools are truly one of those decade-long overnight-success stories.
Network World continues to be a must-pitch title for not just networking products, but IT in general. EIC John Dix has spent a half-hour with us to discuss NWW's edit trajectory for Q3 and Q4, as well as the title's contributed content opportunities. He also reveals how his team works with the IDG News Service as IDG continues to centralize its operations.
Getting coverage in USA Today isn't easy -- even for the biggest tech vendors. There are some side doors, however. We explore the publications tech coverage in print and online, its rising presence in social media, and how you can crack the code. Featured: audio clips from a fresh interview with senior editor Jon Swartz and insight from online tech editor Michelle Kessler.