The Inside Pitch About Pitching

November 22, 2017 /

Reuters

Liana Baker is the deal teams leader at Reuters in San Francisco covering mergers and acquisitions in the technology, media and telecommunications sector

October 17, 2017 /

POPSUGAR

Aly Walansky is a freelance writer who covers food, travel, beauty and other lifestyle topics and products for publications like Men’s Journal, Paste Magazine, Today.com, and many, many more. You might catch her HARO queries from time to time but make sure you you read this interview before pitching her. One piece of advice straight from Aly: research her like you’d research a date – they’re both important relationships, and including a personal touch will go a long way.

July 19, 2017 /

The Street

Eric Reed is a regular contributor to The Street. My work has also appeared in outlets including Mashable, Make Change and The Ann and is regularly republished in outlets including MSN, CBS, AOL, Yahoo and the Philadelphia Inquirer.

July 11, 2017 /

AP

Jona covers technology for the Associated Press Television News, one of the world’s largest video news agencies. He is a regular at tech events like CES, MWC and IFA but he also covers smaller product launches and technology festivals. He gets hundreds of pitches a month. But be aware, he regularly blocks agencies and companies that keep sending pointless pitches.

June 15, 2017 /

InStyle, Elite Daily

Camryn is a freelance writer and editor with several years of experience at both digital and print publications, including InStyle, Martha Stewart, and Elite Daily

May 29, 2017 /

BBC, The Economist

Monty Munford is an English-born tech journalist,emcee, panellist, moderator and a popular speaker around the world. Munford has been active for 20 years in the mobile and digital sectors, and is a tech columnist for Forbes in New York and The Telegraph in London. He writes monthly for the BBC and regularly for The Economist. He also contributes to TechCrunch, Mashable, Fast Company, The Huffington Post and Wired, and MIT Technology Review among others. He has a well-trafficked and Google News-verified tech blog, Mob76 Outlook.

July 11, 2016 /

Tech In Asia

Osman covers tech and startups for Tech In Asia 1) What’s the best way to pitch you? Email. Only email.  2) What’s the best time to pitch you? Anytime really except weekends. I will eventually respond to all pitches that have required a bit of effort – it’s clear because those stand out.  3) What kind of stories interest you? […]

May 17, 2016 /

Freelancer

Jackie Dove is a tech journalist in the San Francisco Bay Area. Formerly a senior editor at Macworld and creativity editor at The Next Web, she currently covers art, design, photography, gadgets, wearables, AR/VR, and a wide range of productivity apps and systems for Macworld, PCWorld, Tom’s Guide, Digital Photography Review, eHow, and Techwalla. 1) What’s the […]

March 29, 2016 /

The Next Web

Abhimanyu is an avid gamer, street food gourmet, design connoisseur and a writer at The Next Web. 1) What’s the best way to pitch you? A brief email that gets right to the point does the trick. It’s perfectly fine to include additional info, press releases and links, but start with a quick pitch that […]

March 15, 2016 /

KnowTechie

Tech blogger for KnowTechie and UPI