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How to Get Featured in Computer World

How to get featured in Computer World

There are different types of links; however, the best type is natural. And what that means is that you create great content. You generate this wonderful content that the other blogs and websites just can’t wait to link to, you post something to your blog and without doing anything people start linking to it. That is a sign of very high-quality content. Now, natural links don’t necessarily happen until you have a certain level of popularity.

Reporters in Computer World that can help you getting media coverage for your story

Editor Name Position Email Contact
Mitch Betts [email protected]
Johanna Ambrosio Managing Editor, Technologies [email protected]
Lucian Constantin Reporter [email protected]
Sharon Gaudin [email protected]
Jonny Evans Writer, Apple Blog [email protected]
Scott Finnie Editor in Chief [email protected]
Matt Hamblen Reporter [email protected]
Gregg Keizer Reporter [email protected]
Editors [email protected]
Grant Gross Reporter [email protected], [email protected]
Marc Ferranti Executive News Editor of IDG [email protected]
Ben Kepes Industry Commentator [email protected]
Ellen Fanning Editor [email protected]
Ken Mingis [email protected]
Juan Carlos Perez jua[email protected]
Zach Miners [email protected]
Sharon Machlis Executive Editor [email protected]
Lucas Mearian Reporter [email protected]
Jeremy Kirk Tech Journalist [email protected]
Mikael Ricknas [email protected]
Tracy Mayor Senior Features Editor [email protected]
Agam Shah Reporter [email protected]
Patrick Thibodeau Staff Writer [email protected]
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The next type of link is outreach and that is when you ask for links. A good way to ask is to explain to them why the piece of content you have is valuable for their audience. So you can send an outreach email and say, “Hey I just wrote this blog post, I know that your site is looking for a similar topic I think your audience might find useful would you go ahead and link to it?” That is a great way to ask. You don’t always get the link and will probably just get a few, but those counts very highly. Doing outreach is a great way to get started building links, especially when you’re new and you don’t have lots of popularity yet. Outreach is a wonderful way to acquire links that are very natural in the way they look, but you simply asked for it instead of getting them without asking.
Above, you can find the list of editors working in Computer World Editors. You can contact them and pitch your product so that they might feature you or your brand into their publications.

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