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The Ultimate Guide to Writing For The Washington Post

Posted by on February 4th, 2019

The Washington Post is in some ways a very traditional newspaper-style publication, and in other ways it is refreshingly modern. Often known as WaPo, the Washington Post started life as a newspaper in 1877. Throughout the decades, it has evolved to keep up with the times. These days, as of about 2013, the publication is […]

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5 Steps to Submit Your First Blog Post to Gizmodo

Posted by on January 21st, 2019

Posting on Gizmodo can be a huge benefit to any blog. I know I tend to say something like that about any guest post, but the fact is, a huge site like Gizmodo can refer a ton of traffic. You get massive exposure on Gizmodo itself, putting your name and bio in front of millions. […]

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25 Ways to Get Press Coverage For Your New Startup

Posted by on January 14th, 2019

How do you bring a startup from idea to reality? Funding is a big part of it, and you have to put in a lot of work, but everything sooner or later comes down to press coverage. The media helps you secure funding, it helps build interest in your product, it helps market and sell […]

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How Difficult Is It to Publish a Guest Post on Reuters.com?

Posted by on December 21st, 2018

Reuters is one of those massive sites with a ton of authority that would be a great boon to anyone who manages to post on the site. The question is, is it possible, or should you turn your efforts elsewhere? All About Reuters Reuters is an international news agency based in London. Their website has […]

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20 Ways to Get Yourself Interviewed on Large Blogs

Posted by on December 6th, 2018

You’ve probably gotten to know some familiar faces in your industry. You know the ones. They seem like they’re everywhere. They’re credited as writers on a dozen blogs with big names. They’re linked to constantly. They’re quoted everywhere. And it seems like, every single time someone writes a “20 Experts Weigh In On X” topic, […]

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Is It Possible to Publish a Guest Post on Fox News?

Posted by on November 29th, 2018

Fox News is a media publication with a very, shall we say, rocky foundation. Most people today recognize their conservative bias in reporting, and some decry them as propagandists and purveyors of fake news. Whatever your perspective, there’s one thing you can’t deny, and that’s their presence in the world. Fox News, the website, has […]

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How to Successfully Publish a Guest Post on VentureBeat

Posted by on November 15th, 2018

VentureBeat is one of the top general interest blogs in the world today, focused on tech savvy content and with readers interested in all areas of technology, pop culture, news, and more. They’ve been around for a little over a decade, making them pretty new amongst major web properties, compared to the hundred-year history of […]

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Guide to Finding Blogs That Will Write About Your Startup

Posted by on August 19th, 2018

When you’re starting a business, launching a product, or looking to make a splash with your event, the number one thing you need is coverage. All marketing, all setup, all planning, it comes down to getting coverage in the press. The more sites and publications that write about you, the more likely you are to […]

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25 Ways to Get Press Coverage for a Non-Profit

Posted by on July 22nd, 2018

One of the biggest problems in the nonprofit world is awareness. There are thousands upon thousands of companies competing for the attention of your audience every waking second of the day. Many of these companies have things like “communications directors” or “advertising agencies” or “budgets”. It’s hard to compete when you’re operating with a shoestring […]

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15 Ways to Get Product Placements on Large Blogs

Posted by on July 8th, 2018

Product placement on blogs is a bit of a different animal than traditional product placement. With traditional product placement, you’re aiming at incidental exposure through widely-consumed media. When a TV show makes all their characters happen to like drinking Coke, that’s product placement. It’s very minor, but it incidentally makes people want a coke. Coke […]

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