Cnet Contact Info
Reporters in Computer World that can help you getting media coverage for your story
|Editor Name||Position||Email Contact|
|Ry Crist||Associate Editor – Appliancesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rich Brown||Executive Editoremail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Xiomara Blanco||Associate Editoremail@example.com|
|Connie Guglielmo||Editor In Chief||Connie.Guglielmo@cnet.com|
|Dara Kerr||Staff Writerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Andrew Gebhart||Associate Editoremail@example.com|
|Kent German||Senior Managing Editorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Matthew Elliott||Staff Writeremail@example.com|
|Dan Graziano||Associate Editorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Antuan Goodwin||Associate Editoremail@example.com|
|Steven Musil||Night Editorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Maggie Reardon||Staff Writeremail@example.com|
|Stephen Shankland||Staff Writerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ian Sherr||Executive Editoremail@example.com|
|Terry Collins||Staff Writerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
When you pitch your story, make sure you go through a kind of checklist of things that might make your article get rejected.
Conflict: does this have a conflict between two parties or two businesses?
Novelty: is your article presenting something unusual or out of the ordinary?
Proximity: would your article affect local people; is it talking about a specific location?
Prominence: is it involving someone famous or a large landmark that is highly noticeable? How does this impact people’s lives?
The first step to PR is research; you need to define your target audience, as well as getting to know your target market is. The next question is what media you are targeting; thus, what your target audience is reading. You need to know your niche instead of using a scattergun approach. Then once defined your audience, you can move to the next step that involves the research of journalists and media covering that marketing you should you talk to.