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Cheat Sheet: AWS/Cloud Reporters

We came up with 24 cloud targets in this newly updated cheat sheet. Remember, we list our cheat sheets in descending order of reach, based on audience size as reported by Similarweb.

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Cheat Sheet: Cloud Gaming Targets

Google exited the market recently but there are still plenty of players selling cloud technology optimized for gamers. Here’s a list of 12 targets who know a thing or two about cloud gaming.

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Cheat Sheet: Google Cloud Targets

This list of two dozen targets is a roll-up of cloud targets you already know — and perhaps a few you don’t — as well as Google/Alphabet beat reporters in Tier 1. Hope you find it helpful.

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Cheat Sheet: Cloud Analysts

Here are 13 experts who turn up quoted in the cloud coverage you seek. A few blog or contribute to media brands. We tried including names you might not be familiar with. ​ Who are we missing?

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Cheat Sheet: AWS Reporters — Not So Obvious

We decided to break out our AWS cheat sheets along the lines of the obvious and less obvious. Even then, our lists might be missing your faves. We predicated our choices based on the volume of copy they produce, as measured by our friends at IT Database/Tech News.

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For Years, Forbes Ran A Shadow Web Site That Tricked Advertisers

What a terrific scoop from the WSJ’s Patience Haggin: Forbes for years operated a shadow, tiny-traffic web site — at www3.forbes.com — that housed advertising bought to run on the big-traffic Forbes.com site. Advertisers paid for the real site but were placed on the spammy shadow site. After WSJ broke the story, Forbes took the shadow site offline. One quote from the story: “Imagine if a car dealership slapped a Lexus sticker on an economy Toyota and sold it to you as a Lexus.”

Publishers Using Gen AI To Improve Their Own Search

Digiday’s Sara Guaglione has a great scoop on how several publishers — including the FT, Forbes, Business Insider, The Guardian and others — are using gen AI tools to improve their own search engines. One publisher told Sara that site search historically is “not a widely-used function.”

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