Alrighty folks, welcome to another edition of The Weekly “Follow Up.” This is a quick rundown where we keep you up to date with all the stuff you may have missed from us throughout the week. And while last week was a little slow on our end, we’re here to catch you up. Let’s get to it.
OK, so last week, was, uh, weak. Get ready for this; we only published one piece. Cmon, give us a break. We have jobs. But nonetheless, I feel like it was an important topic that should be discussed.
The piece is called “Why creating media lists is a great way to keep tabs on every journalists’ beat.” It’s one of the most dreaded jobs in the industry, but I explain how it’s one of my favorite tasks. It keeps me up to date with what everyone is covering. I mean, duh. You can find the story below. Give it a read.
So yea, that’s the extent of our output last week — that one article. Ugh, I know. But I promise, there’s a lot of behind the scenes things happening here, we have a lot of things in the works.
Anyways, going forward with these weekly followups, we plan to include other stuff from around the web that has people talking, sharing, or whatever. So we’ll start to stuff these in here too if that helps. Who knows. Alright, let’s get this going.
Following up from around the web
- Have We Hit Peak Podcast?
- 15 Actionable Takeaways from #MozCon 2019
- The Truth About Domain Authority: What Every SEO Needs to Understand
- Viral App FaceApp Now Owns Access To More Than 150 Million People’s Faces And Names
- American kids would much rather be YouTubers than astronauts
- 500+ Journalists Agree: These Are the Worst PR Tactics in 2019
Alright, that last link I have some thoughts on, but I’ll get to that another time — that about rounds up last week in a nutshell. Again, we know it was light, but we’ll do a better job of keeping things up to date. Until next time.
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