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I have been a subscriber for this newsletter that comes out 3 times a day. It is a collection of forthcoming story ideas and projects that reporters, bloggers, free lance writers are looking for. Last week one of the requests that caught my attention was a  Cheese making woman from the DC area or PA. I twittered the request and in a span of 5 minutes I had a couple of leads. I passed them on to the reporter and hope she connected with them.

 

You should check out the site and also subscribe to the newsletter whether it is for you, your company or if you are looking for people to interview for a project/article.

 

Peter Shankman
Tell a friend: www.helpareporter.com
http://www.shankman.com
http://www.twitter.com/skydiver for urgent queries

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