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How To Keep Track of Journalists When They Move To A New Publication

Nick Wingfield is moving from The Wall Street Journal to The New York Times.

He’ll remain in Seattle…  If you follow journalists you are trying to connect with on Facebook and G+, you’ll know what they are looking for, beats they are covering and at times, even once in a while, if they change pubs.

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2 Comments

  1. Alan, this is a great tip. Following them on these SM sites will sometimes give you a good idea of whether they welcome pitches on these sites because you can read their responses to other people.Should you pitch on SM sites? Most times, no. But it’s a great way to start building the relationship. Pitch via email or phone.

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  2. Alan, this is a great tip. Following them on these SM sites will sometimes give you a good idea of whether they welcome pitches on these sites because you can read their responses to other people.Should you pitch on SM sites? Most times, no. But it’s a great way to start building the relationship. Pitch via email or phone.

    Reply

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