So, we’ve started doing some video. I’ve already enjoyed the stuff we’ve done. But I’m also open to suggestions. What types of videos would you like to see?
Also, we are now accepting Web-exclusive Op-Eds. At 200-300 words, it’s a great opportunity to produce some thought-leadership in a condensed form. If you or a colleague want to submit one, please send it to keith . obrien @ prweek.com.
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Thought leadership submissions
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If you were editor of PRWeek.com
What features would you recommend? We’re in the process of contemplating short, recurring “featurettes,” and would love to receive some suggestions.
We do not have a print issue, but we will be publishing news, features, etc. on the Web. Continue to both pitch and visit the site.
Notes on briefs
I have to insist, kindly, that if you send a news release about a new hire or a new win, you check our brief blog inbrief.prweekblogs.com before you ask if we’ve received it. If a brief on your release is up there, that means we’ve definitely received it.
I apologize if I was previously a bit chiding in my previous posts. We’ve cleared that forest. I, instead, want to point you to a podcast that I did with Elly Trickett, features editor/deputy editor here at PRWeek. She interviewed me about my feature on Google. It’s the first time we’ve done it, so I hope it serves to show we’re always interested in providing you, the readers (and listeners) with new content and always like to hear suggestions.
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