Below: The conversation with Matt Cartmell that resulted in a story in PR Week last Thursday. The issue goes much deeper than the story suggested, and because much of my argument centres on the issue of misrepresentation, I do not believe that the PRCA’s response that the membership numbers speak for themselves is a strong one. I’d love to hear feedback from others in the industry though, as I know there are agencies that believe they get a great deal, and others who feel differently. By @TopLineFounder (HB).
Posted: 2012-09-12 in Resources | Tagged: b2b journalist, b2b pr, francesca james, fresh business thinking, how to pitch a journalist, journalist interview, pitching journalists, techbubbles, technology pr
@Adam_Ketterer caught up with Francesca James (@FrancescaaJames), editorial on Fresh Business Thinking and techbubbles, who was kind enough to speak about her publications. Pitching PRs take note: informed, informative content is welcome, but don't expect the publication to come up with all the creative angles for you; that's your job too. Oh, and get the name right *triple checks spellings*.
TopLine's Hannah Stacey @hanstacey has an axe to grind about Twitter over-sharing
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TopLine's Jim Beckham (@jimbeckham) talks to Alex Scroxton, Senior Reporter at Microscope.co.uk, about the evolution of tech industry media and the best ways to pitch to it.
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Best practice from across the pond. By @TopLineFounder
The UK market has a lot to learn from the society across the pond.
@TopLineFounder despairs at the quality of applications to an internship role.