TC reporter, who may not like it as much.
The trade publishers are as frustrated as you are. They wish they had more advertising, too. So they’re diversifying, into virtual trade shows, newsletters, face-to-face events… they’re chasing the money. Just like you would.
For PR, that means that you’ll have to do your job in parallel. You’ll pitch reporters and reviewers as you always have. And you’ll stay abreast of all the non-traditional opportunities in b-to-b media, and seize those opps.
Your clients will have to help you. They need to create digital content assets — audio, video, Flash — to get you into this new game.
Below are the edit themes we’re most likely to see this year. Here’s to a successful 2010!
John Biggs is one another of the modern-day influencers who writes both for blogs and a MSM outlet, in this case the New York Times. He’s a posting machine. He’d rather post often than thoroughly, so keep your pitch ideas simple. He’s also in the market for images. Have them ready. Also remember that he’s a guy’s guy and he writes for guys, so think like one and you’ll get along just fine.
SWMS Coverage Analysis: TechCrunch50, Part 1
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
How many media members will cover your event if you let 'em in free?
If you're TechCrunch, about one-third of them. Thirty-nine of 118 working media members posted at least one item from the two-day start-up showcase which concluded last night in San Francisco. We culled our research from TechCrunch's official media list.