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    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, May 2, 2014, 1:07 PM [Upcoming Events]
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    Event: Blogging for Your Brand: How to Leverage a Blog to Elevate Your Brand
    Host: PRSA
    Date: May 5
    Location: Online
    Summary: Join communications specialist Allison Steinberg and discover how to leverage a blog to elevate your brand awareness, build loyalty and earn media coverage unattainable through traditional outreach.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Communicators Conference
    Host: PRSA Portland
    Date: May 7
    Location: Portland, Ore.
    Summary: Join communicators from around the Pacific Northwest to explore the possibilities of storytelling, storymaking, and storydoing to define ambition, collaborate with audiences, and drive action. Skilled storytelling can spark a major change across a company, among clients, and even within your own self. Learn how to take your story to the next level and transform the way you communicate.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Organization With Heart: Creating a Business Where Everyone Associated With It Thrives
    Host: PRSA Dallas
    Date: May 8
    Location: Dallas
    Summary: Since its inception, The Container Store has nurtured an employee-first culture and couples its one-of-a-kind product collection with a high level of customer service delivered by its highly trained organization experts – building a brand that’s beloved by its customers. For the retailer, it starts with staying true to its seven Foundation Principles and its devotion to Conscious Capitalism. In this session, you’ll hear more about what The Container Store does to embody and nurture its unique corporate culture.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Content Summit for PR, Social Media and Marketing Professionals
    Host: Ragan Communications and PRSA
    Date: May 12-14
    Location: Charlotte, N.C.
    Summary: Find out the best tools and resources to curate content; rules for writing content headlines; how to measure and prove the worth of your content strategy; how to create blogs, videos and social media to complement your stories.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Shadow Money: Unraveling Political Nonprofits’ Funding
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: May 14
    Location: Online
    Summary: Politics is a big business. Not only is big money publicly shelled out to get candidates elected, but hundreds of millions are spent on a secret political game -- the shadow money world dominated by mysterious, politically active nonprofits. During this free, one-hour webinar, you’ll learn where to find how this money is being spent on the issues important to your beat and how to begin unraveling the web of organizations behind it all.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Brown-Bag Lunch Panel: Communicating Across Cultures
    Host: Washington Women in Public Relations
    Date: May 15
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: This panel discussion and Q&A will feature local, multi-cultural communications experts to explore the cultural sensitivities we should all be aware of, how to navigate and utilize the multi-cultural media, and the strongest strategies to best reach your diverse, target audiences.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: 2014 Presidents Award Luncheon
    Host: PRSA Cincinnati
    Date: May 29
    Location: Cincinnati
    Summary: PRSA Cincinnati Past Presidents will honor Anthony Muñoz of the Anthony Muñoz Foundation for his efforts to mentally, physically and spiritually impact the lives of tri-state youth. The foundation has touched the lives of more than 30,000 youth, and counting.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Mergers & Acquisitions 101
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: June 3
    Location: Online
    Summary: In this free, hour-long webinar, Amy Wu, a former reporter with The Deal LLC, will share the basics you need to tackle an M&A story on deadline. You will come away with the essential language, know-how, questions, story ideas, and tools necessary to write a basic M&A news story for your news organization.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: 2014 IABC World Conference
    Host: IABC
    Date: June 8-11
    Location: Toronto
    Summary: Explore new ideas on leadership, personal brand, strategic implementation, brand and marketing, reputation, employee engagement and more.
    Complete event info here.

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com

    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, April 18, 2014, 11:35 AM [Upcoming Events]
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    Event: Investigating Government Contractors
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: April 22
    Location: Online
    Summary: Ron Nixon, domestic correspondent in the Washington bureau of The New York Times, will share how to track local and national government spending on contractors in public databases.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Supercharge Your Content: Writing and Editing Essentials
    Host: Ragan Communications
    Date: April 22
    Location: Online
    Summary: Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty, the famed writing and editing pro featured on Oprah, and Word Czar Rob Reinalda, Ragan Communications executive editor and master wordsmith, will discuss grammar basics, gaffes and memorization techniques.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Employing Visual Content for Compelling Storytelling
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: April 22
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: This forum will highlight how leading organizations and thought leaders are leveraging visual assets and a variety of multimedia services to garner higher visibility, spark interaction, generate leads and build loyalty. PR Newswire members may use promo code PRN10 to receive a discounted rate of $20.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: The Secrets to Writing a Winning Proposal
    Host: IPRA and PRSA
    Date: May 1
    Location: Vienna, Va.
    Summary: "Send me a proposal" sends both chills and thrills down the spine of most PR consultants. Proposal coach Richard Belle, president of Belle Communications, LLC, will share tips on how to differentiate your strengths from your competitors’, how turn a good proposal into a great one, and how to transform your proposal into one that wins the business.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Communications Conference
    Host: PRSA Portland
    Date: May 7
    Location: Portland, Ore.
    Summary: Join communicators from around the Pacific Northwest to explore the possibilities of storytelling, storymaking, and storydoing to define ambition, collaborate with audiences, and drive action. Skilled storytelling can spark a major change across a company, among clients, and even within your own self. Learn how to take your story to the next level and transform the way you communicate.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Shadow Money: Unraveling Political Nonprofits’ Funding
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: May 14
    Location: Online
    Summary: Politics is a big business. Not only is big money publicly shelled out to get candidates elected, but hundreds of millions are spent on a secret political game -- the shadow money world dominated by mysterious, politically active nonprofits. During this free, one-hour webinar, you’ll learn where to find how this money is being spent on the issues important to your beat and how to begin unraveling the web of organizations behind it all.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Brown-Bag Lunch Panel: Communicating Across Cultures
    Host: Washington Women in Public Relations
    Date: May 15
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: This panel discussion and Q&A will feature local, multi-cultural communications experts to explore the cultural sensitivities we should all be aware of, how to navigate and utilize the multi-cultural media, and the strongest strategies to best reach your diverse, target audiences.
    Complete event info here.

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    Disclosure 101: NIRI’s President and CEO Shares His Insight

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 12:50 PM [#ConnectChat]
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    Every two weeks, ProfNet hosts #ConnectChat, a Twitter Q&A on topics we think our audience will find useful and timely. For our latest #ConnectChat, we invited NIRI’s Jeffrey Morgan to share his insight on disclosure and Regulation FD (Reg FD).

    Morgan has been president and CEO of NIRI since January 2008 and is responsible for defining and executing a plan to maximize member value in the areas of advocacy, education, information and peer-to-peer networking. He is charged with achieving NIRI’s strategic vision, which includes becoming the primary knowledge and education provider for IR professionals, maximizing NIRI’s many local chapters, serving as the advocate for the IR profession, and ensuring NIRI members conform to the highest ethical standards.

    Prior to joining NIRI, Morgan was chief operating officer of the Futures Industry Association (FIA) for nine years, where he also served as the executive vice president of the Institute for Financial Markets, an affiliate of the FIA. Prior to joining FIA, Morgan served as a senior vice president for the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents.

    A Pennsylvania native, Morgan holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and information technology from Susquehanna University and a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Eastern University. In 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013, he was named to the National Association of Corporate Directors "Directorship 100" in recognition of his work promoting the highest standards of corporate governance. He is a CAE (Certified Association Executive) and a member and Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives. He also serves on the NYSE Individual Investor Advisory Committee.

    Following is a recap of our chat with Morgan:

    Jeff, thank you so much for joining us today. I know you’re super-busy and appreciate you taking the time. First question: What is disclosure? What should companies (and their PR firms) know about it?

    Disclosure is the totality of a publicly traded company’s communications with its stakeholders. From an investor relations (IR) perspective, we talk about disclosures made to the financial community that are regulated by the SEC.

    Disclosure excellence can yield strategic benefits -- greater credibility, a better understanding of the company and a fair stock valuation, but it involves significant regulatory risks and should be managed by an IR professional -- either in the company or by a reputable agency.

    Is disclosure the same thing as Regulation FD, or are they separate?

    Disclosure is overall communications with stakeholders by a company. Reg FD regulates corporate disclosure.

    What does Regulation FD cover?

    Reg FD was implemented to promote full and fair disclosure of info and to clarify and enhance existing rules against insider trading. It covers disclosure of material nonpublic information to certain types of people. These include broker dealers, investment advisors, institutional investment managers, mutual funds, stockholders, or bondholders.

    Question from @IRandCompliance: What have NIRI members shared about their view on the SEC “Disclosure Reform?” Have they felt “overload”?

    Disclosure reform by the SEC has just begun, but I think NIRI members are eager to improve disclosure for investors.

    What are some examples of disclosable events/news?

    This turns on the definition of “material nonpublic information,” a topic we discuss at length in our “Standards of Practice – Disclosure.” Because materiality is so company-specific, the SEC has never offered a bright line universal definition of material events or news. The generally understood definition from case law is info that would influence an investor to buy, sell or hold a company’s securities.

    In Reg FD itself, the SEC gave a few examples of the type of info/events that should be carefully reviewed for materiality. The non-exhaustive list includes: earnings info; M&A deals; new products; executive departures; bankruptcy; securities events.

    Other helpful resources to assess materiality are the SEC’s required disclosure forms, e.g. 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, etc. SEC Staff Accounting Bulletin 99 also discusses materiality and says that a company's stock price movement may be evidence of materiality. Judgment and experience are of great value in determining materiality; IR, the c-suite and legal counsel should all be involved.

    Are there any exemptions?

    Yes -- any person who owes the company a duty of trust or confidence (directors, officers and other employees, attorneys, auditors, etc.) and for any person who expressly agrees to keep the information confidential (e.g., pursuant to a confidentiality agreement).

    [Editor’s note: Here is a PR Newswire blog post that discusses Reg FD and what is material: bit.ly/1kuzEk9 via @IRandCompliance]

    Some say Reg FD isn’t necessary, that companies should voluntarily adhere to best practices of disclosure. How do you feel about that?

    It’s a moot point -- we have Reg FD and it isn’t going away. Companies have adjusted well since its intro in 2000. We’ve seen few violations.

    What can happen if a company violates Reg FD?

    There haven’t been many, but the SEC has brought a handful of regulatory actions against companies and individuals, resulting in fines. In addition, the selective disclosure of material info can expose a company to a class action lawsuit by investors.

    Question from @emilyannnelson: What are the biggest issues when it comes to IR websites and the SEC requirements? With the social media landscape of IR, where is the biggest grey area to maintain disclosure?

    SEC now allows companies to make their website a robust portal of investor information and disclosure channel subject to SEC rules. But companies should treat their websites with the same care as their SEC filings.

    Question from @emmacunningham: Tips for staying timely with social while navigating legal and compliance teams to make sure you are following Reg FD protocols?

    Those in IR using social are using it as an additional disclosure platform.

    What are the biggest mistakes companies make, in terms of disclosure?

    The Reg FD violations to date have tended to involve information conveyed to selected equity analysts that hasn’t been publicly disclosed. A company may not view the info as material, but if it hasn’t broadly disclosed that info and gives it to an analyst, and the stock moves, the SEC is likely to, with the benefit of hindsight, see that info as material and start asking questions about the disclosure decision. In my view, there is no penalty for too much disclosure, so I recommend disclosing more info whenever possible.

    You mentioned that disclosure should be managed by an IR professional. What should companies look for in an IR professional?

    Begin with the definition of IR – a strategic management responsibility that integrates finance, communication, marketing, and securities law compliance to enable the most effective two-way communication between a company, the financial community, and other constituencies, which ultimately contributes to a company’s securities achieving fair valuation.

    The best IROs effectively combine these disciplines, have a seat at the management table and report to the board.

    Is there a benefit to an in-house vs. external IRO?

    Arguments exist for both; it depends on company needs.

    What resources would you recommend for a company looking to learn more about disclosure?

    NIRI, the world’s largest IR association, has great resources including webinars, seminars, the NIRI Annual Conference, etc. We’ve also just released an update to our comprehensive “Standards of Practice – Disclosure,” available on our website, NIRI.org.

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    Upcoming #ConnectChat: Disclosure 101

    Thursday, April 10, 2014, 10:50 AM [#ConnectChat]
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    Last month, a couple of colleagues were having a conversation at the office about disclosure rules. Admittedly, most of it went over my head -- which got me thinking that a #ConnectChat on disclosure (or Regulation FD) might be a good idea.

    To that end, I asked Jeffrey Morgan of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) to join us for a chat on what companies need to know about the SEC’s disclosure rules.

    The chat will take place on Twitter on Tuesday, April 15, at 3 p.m. EDT. To join in, simply follow the #connectchat hashtag. We’ll start the chat off with a few questions for Morgan, but feel free to jump in at any time with your own.

    About Jeffrey Morgan:

    Morgan has been president and CEO of NIRI since January 2008 and is responsible for defining and executing a plan to maximize member value in the areas of advocacy, education, information and peer-to-peer networking. He is charged with achieving NIRI’s strategic vision, which includes becoming the primary knowledge and education provider for IR professionals, maximizing NIRI’s many local chapters, serving as the advocate for the IR profession, and ensuring NIRI members conform to the highest ethical standards.

    Prior to joining NIRI, Morgan was chief operating officer of the Futures Industry Association (FIA) for nine years, where he also served as the executive vice president of the Institute for Financial Markets, an affiliate of the FIA. Prior to joining FIA, Morgan served as a senior vice president for the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents.

    A Pennsylvania native, Morgan holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and information technology from Susquehanna University and a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Eastern University. In 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013, he was named to the National Association of Corporate Directors "Directorship 100" in recognition of his work promoting the highest standards of corporate governance. He is a CAE (Certified Association Executive) and a member and Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives. He also serves on the NYSE Individual Investor Advisory Committee.

    Influential Media Outlets That Used ProfNet in March

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 2:08 PM [ProfNet]
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    Here is a sampling of just some of the hundreds of influential media outlets that used ProfNet last month:

    News Services
    Associated Press
    Bloomberg News
    Capital News Service
    Creators Syndicate
    Cronkite News Service
    IDG News Service
    McClatchy-Tribune
    Medill News Service
    Medill Reports
    Religion News Service
    Reuters
    Tribune Content Agency

    General News
    About.com
    BuzzFeed
    Catholic News Service
    Christian Science Monitor
    CNN.com
    Consumer Eagle
    Consumers Digest
    Costco Connection (Canada)
    Epoch Times
    FOXNews.com
    Huffington Post
    La Opinion
    Mihan Magazine (UAE)
    Mint Press News
    New York Times Upfront
    Newsmax
    Newsweek
    Next Avenue
    Parade.com
    Postmedia Digital (Canada)
    Quartz
    Raycom News Network
    Reader's Digest
    The Weather Channel
    Thomson Reuters
    Time magazine
    U.S. News & World Report
    Wall Street Journal Digital
    Yahoo!
    Yahoo! en Español

    Newspapers
    Asbury Park Press (NJ)
    Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    Bakersfield Californian
    Belleville News-Democrat (IL)
    Bergen Record (NJ)
    Bozeman Daily Chronicle (MT)
    Chicago Tribune
    Colorado Springs Gazette
    Daily Pennsylvanian
    Dallas Morning News
    Desert Sun (CA)
    Detroit Free Press
    Detroit News
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX)
    Free Lance-Star (VA)
    Guardian (UK)
    Houston Chronicle
    Indiana Chronicle
    Jackson Citizen Patriot (MI)
    Journal and Courier (IN)
    La Voz de Houston
    Le Monde (France)
    Long Beach Press-Telegram (CA)
    Los Angeles Times
    Metro Newspapers
    Morning Call (PA)
    New Bedford Standard-Times (MA)
    New York Times
    Newsday (NY)
    Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
    Northern Express (MI)
    Orlando Sentinel (FL)
    Philadelphia Daily News
    Philadelphia Inquirer
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
    Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
    Port Huron Times Herald (MI)
    Portland Tribune
    Providence Journal (RI)
    Record-Searchlight (CA)
    San Antonio Express-News
    San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Francisco Chronicle
    Sioux City Journal (IA)
    St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN)
    Star-Ledger (NJ)
    Sunday Republican (MA)
    Tampa Tribune (FL)
    Texas Observer
    The Ledger (FL)
    The Monitor (TX)
    The Plainsman (AL)
    The Record (NJ)
    Times Herald (MI)
    USA Today
    Wall Street Journal
    Washington Post
    Wisconsin Gazette

    Broadcast Outlets
    AMBestTV
    Better Connecticut
    Better TV/Hallmark Channel
    CBS Chicago
    KBIA (MO)
    KFBK Radio (CA)
    KFBK-AM (CA)
    KRLD Radio (TX)
    Michigan Entrepreneur TV
    NET News (Nebraska)
    SyndicatedNews.NET Radio
    Voice of America
    WKLB (MA)
    WTNH-TV (CT)
    XETV "The CW" San Diego 6

    Automotive
    Hot Rod magazine
    MotorHome Magazine
    MotorWorld

    Beauty/Fashion News
    Beauty High
    Beauty in the Bag
    Beauty News LA
    Beauty News NYC
    Bella NYC
    Collective310
    Daily Makeover
    Glamour
    Latest-Hairstyles.com
    Life & Beauty Weekly
    Life Love Beauty
    Style on Main
    The Fashion Spot

    Business/Industry News
    Air Cargo Focus
    American Express OPEN Forum
    American Management Association
    Assembly Magazine
    Association Convention & Facilities Magazine
    Athletic Business
    Baltimore Business Journal
    Bank of America Small Business Community
    Blueshift Reports
    Business Advantage Magazine
    Business Insider
    Business Sense Radio
    CareerBuilder
    Carrier Management magazine
    CFO Thought Leader
    Chief Executive Magazine
    China Outlook
    CommPRO.biz
    Compliance Week
    Corporate & Incentive Travel Magazine
    Crain's New York Business
    DigitalSignageToday.com
    Diversity Executive
    Employment Alert
    Entrepreneur
    ExecSense Webinars
    Fast Company
    Forbes
    Forbes EMCVoice
    Forbes Insights
    Fortune
    FreightWeek magazine
    Global Trade
    Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly
    Grocery Headquarters magazine
    Guardian Sustainable Business (UK)
    Hispanic Business
    Hispanic Retail Website
    Human Resource Compliance Bulletin
    Human Resource Executive
    Imagination Publishing
    Inc. magazine
    Industry Edge
    Insurance Networking News
    International Association of Exhibitions and Events
    International Business Times
    Internet Retailer
    Intuit Small Business Blog
    Investor's Business Daily
    JobWeek
    KM World
    Marcone World
    Monster.com
    MultiBriefs
    MWorld
    National Underwriter Life & Health
    Open Mobile Media
    Pennsylvania Meetings + Events
    PR News
    Providence Business News
    PRWeek
    Restaurant Business Magazine
    Retail Leader
    RetailerNOW
    San Fernando Valley Business Journal
    SBN Interactive
    Shopping Center Business
    Small Business Digest
    SHRM.org
    Solution Providers For Retail
    Store Brands magazine
    The Glass Hammer
    Training magazine
    Transportation & Logistics International
    Venture Capital Journal
    Wholesale and Distribution International

    Education News
    Campus News
    Currents Magazine
    College Planning & Management Magazine
    Community College Campus News
    Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
    EducationWorld
    Elearning! Magazine
    HigherEdJobs
    NerdScholar
    University Business
    Yahoo! Education

    Energy/Environment News
    Energy & Mining International
    Energy Digital magazine
    EnergyWire
    GreenWire
    Guardian Sustainable Business (UK)
    Independent Gasoline Marketing magazine
    InsideClimate News
    Natural Resources Defense Council
    Oil & Gas Monitor
    Renewable Energy World
    The Electrical Distributor Magazine

    Entertainment/Sports News
    Source Magazine
    Sports Palooza Radio

    Finance/Personal Finance News
    Bankrate.com
    BBC - Capital
    CNBC.com
    Credit Union Times
    Financial Advisor Magazine
    Fiscal Times
    Franklin Prosperity Report
    Fund Strategy (UK)
    Institutional Investor Magazine
    Kforce Kronicle
    MainStreet.com
    Manilla.com
    MarketWatch.com
    Mint.com
    MintLife Blog
    Money
    Motley Fool
    MReport
    NerdWallet
    Paytech magazine
    Plan Adviser magazine
    Proformative.com
    Robb Report
    Tax Analysts
    Tax Notes Today/Tax Analysts
    TheStreet.com
    Transaction World

    Health/Fitness News
    About.com Assisted Living
    ADVANCE for Laboratory Professionals
    ADVANCE for Nurses
    ADVANCE for Physical Therapy and Rehab Medicine
    ADVANCE Newsmagazines
    Arthritis Self-Management
    CareersinPsychology.org
    Clinical Laboratory Products
    Contract Pharma magazine
    Counselor Magazine
    DecisionHealth
    EuroTimes
    Everyday Health
    FierceMarkets Mobile Healthcare
    Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
    Health Direct
    Health.com
    Healthcare Briefings
    Healthcare Dive
    Healthcare IT Online Magazine
    Healthcare Risk Management
    HealthDay
    Healthline
    HealthNewsDigest.com
    Healthy Aging
    Illinois Medicine Magazine
    Kaiser Health News
    Lifescript.com
    Livability.com
    Live in the Now
    Managed Care Contracting and Reimbursement Advisor
    Managed Care magazine
    MedEsthetics Magazine
    Medical Design Magazine
    Medical Economics
    Medical Practice Insider
    Medical Travel Today
    MedPage Today
    Medscape
    Men’s Fitness
    Men’s Health
    Modern Healthcare
    Natural Vitality Living
    New Public Health
    Nurse Practitioner Perspective
    NurseZone.com
    Oncology Times
    OnFitness Magazine
    Pharmaceutical Commerce
    Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor
    Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Magazine
    Physician's Money Digest
    Prevention
    QualityHealth
    Remedy Health
    Senior Outlook Today
    Univision Salud
    Univision's MiDieta
    Upwave
    Vim & Vigor
    WeightWatchers.com
    YourHealth magazine

    Law/Government News
    California Lawyer
    Federal Times
    Government Product News
    Law360
    National Law Journal
    Stateline
    Westlaw Journals

    Lifestyle/Parenting/Women’s News
    AARP's Life Reimagined
    Alabama Living Magazine
    All You
    American Baby
    American Profile
    Bundoo
    Celebrated Living
    Chesapeake Home + Living magazine
    Elle
    Erickson Tribune
    Fifty Is The New Fifty
    Fifty Plus Advocate
    First for Women
    Hearst Media
    HERLIFE magazine
    iVillage.com
    Jewish Exponent
    Jewish Journal
    Ladies' Home Journal
    LoveToKnow
    Maxim
    Metro Parent (MI)
    Mom.me
    My Nationwide Magazine
    Northeast Ohio Parent magazine
    Parenting.com
    Parents.com
    Pittsburgh Better Times
    Scholastic Parent & Child
    SheKnows.com
    The Bump
    Vista Magazine
    Woman's Day
    Woman's World
    Yahoo! Mujer

    Pets/Veterinary News
    Pet Age Magazine
    Petcentric
    Reptiles Magazine
    The Family Dog magazine

    Real Estate/Building/Home News
    Construction Today
    Hanley Wood
    Hardwood Floors Magazine
    HomeStyle Magazine
    HouseLogic.com
    New Jersey Realtor Magazine
    NJ Cooperator
    Shopping Center Business
    South Florida Cooperator
    The Cooperator
    Worship Facilities Designer
    Yahoo! Homes

    Technology/Science News
    24x7 Magazine
    Brain World
    CableFAX
    CIO.com
    CNET News
    Colloquy
    Computerworld
    CSO Online
    Dell's TechPageOne
    E-Commerce Times
    Intelligent Utility
    Mashable
    Network World
    RFIDinsider
    SC Magazine
    Technology Transfer Tactics
    Wired

    Travel/Hospitality/Food News
    About.com Business Travel
    Alaska Airlines Magazine
    Association Convention & Facilities Magazine
    Corporate & Incentive Travel Magazine
    DDIFO magazine
    Eat Something Sexy
    Flavor & The Menu
    Fodors.com
    Frommer's
    Hotel News Now
    International Association of Exhibitions and Events
    National Geographic Traveler
    Omni Escapes Magazine
    Pennsylvania Meetings + Events
    QSR magazine
    Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine

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    Jelly Beans and ASJA: Perfect Together

    Monday, April 7, 2014, 3:54 PM [ProfNet]
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    What do jelly beans and the American Society of Journalists and Authors have in common?

    Well, we just happen to have an extra pass to the ASJA conference this month in New York, and we’re itching to give it away.

    The person who picks the correct number of jelly beans in our ASJA jar (or gets closest to the correct number) gets the free pass. And if you stop by our table at the conference, we’ll even give you the jar with the jelly beans to keep (although I can’t promise I won’t have eaten a few by then…).

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    You have until EOD Wednesday to share your best guess.

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    Expert Spotlight: Matt Crenshaw, Mother Nature Network

    Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 12:47 PM [Expert Spotlight]
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    Each month, we spotlight an expert from the ProfNet community that we think readers and reporters will find interesting and timely. With a network of hundreds of thousands of experts and communicators, ProfNet connects journalists with sources on virtually any topic imaginable, whether experts or “regular people.” Need a source? Submit a ProfNet query – it’s easy and free.

    With Earth Day just around the corner, we couldn’t think of a better person to spotlight than Matt Crenshaw, president of Mother Nature Network (MNN), a site whose mission is to “improve your world.”

    While the name Mother Nature brings to mind the environment, the site is about more than that. It covers all manner of social responsibility issues for everyday people who just want to make the world better. The site features sections on health, lifestyle, technology, business and money, food and drink, home and family and, of course, the environment.

    We sat down with Crenshaw to find out a little more about what he does at MNN and what he sees as the future of the green movement.

    Can you tell us a little bit about your role with Mother Nature Network? What does it entail?

    As president of Mother Nature Network, I focus on building the audience for our content and setting the strategy for growing traffic and revenue to our websites. Over 10 million people from around the world visit our sites every month -- people who find our content through search engines like Google; through social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest; and through partnerships like the one that puts our stories on CNN.com's homepage every Friday.

    Has there been a change in the “green” movement in recent years? It seems to have gone beyond just preserving the environment to focusing more generally on socially responsible living.

    I think it's fair to say that we're witnessing several different "green" movements going on at once. From the top down, there are all sorts of individuals, organizations, and companies who are working to shape public policy and strengthen green causes. It's impossible not to recognize those efforts.

    At the same time, however, we're seeing a grassroots movement bubbling up through the mainstream where more people are starting to think about "green" issues, even if they don't refer to them that way. That's the trend we're capturing on Mother Nature Network.

    Not too long ago, health food businesses were small mom n' pop stores in a strip mall that were considered "alternative." Now, the same ethos lives under one roof at Whole Foods and it's very much mainstream. In the old world, healthy living was equated to fitness and neatly divided between cardio and strength training. What was once an "alternative" view of mind-body wellness, yoga, and vegetarianism is all going mainstream now as well.

    In other words, sustainability started out being about the planet, but the recognition of what it takes to make the planet healthy is manifesting itself in how we think of keeping ourselves healthy.

    How is social media affecting the green movement?

    It is impossible to make sweeping statements about social, because we all curate our social feeds based on who we're connected with and who we follow. So, at its worst, social media is nothing more than an echo chamber. But I like to think that social has been positive for the green movement in a number of ways.

    More than anything, social media provides a platform to share the stories that have the greatest emotional impact upon us. On MNN, we post photos to Facebook every morning of sunrises from around the world to connect people to nature and the broader world before they get consumed with all of the other things that occupy their day. Whether it's alarming scientific research, or feel good stories pertaining to simple living or an animal that has been rescued, both types of stories generate strong emotional reactions, and find huge audiences through social media. We have developed a strong pulse on what "green" ideas resonate with people most on an emotional level, which is how we're able to consistently generate engagement rates of 15-20 percent on Facebook -- which is considered through the roof by industry standards.

    What’s the next big thing for the green movement? What will we be hearing about in a year or so?

    As the world's population moves more into urban environments, I believe the next big thing is urban design and development. The next big thing may not be a real "a-ha,” so much as seeing lots of small ideas come together in new creative ways. That means low impact buildings, more green space, and more environmentally friendly ways to get around.

    Even in our own backyard here in Atlanta, a city known for being “the Sultan of Sprawl” -- spread out and heavily dependent upon cars for transportation -- people are buying electric cars at a faster rate than any city in the country. One of the largest in-town renovation projects, Ponce City Market, is being built with green principles at its core, not as an afterthought. They're putting gardens on the roof and building a small transit system to connect with MARTA, the city's public transportation provider. And it's safe to say that more of the people who won't be on public transportation will be taking electric cars to get there.

    These are just a few examples, but I can look out my window and see them, and there are more and more people who live in big cities who can say the same. Are any of these on their own a major breakthrough? No. But when they coalesce, you can sense a real movement is underway.

    What’s next for Mother Nature Network? What are you working on now?

    We have two big sites in our network -- our flagship site at MNN.com, as well as TreeHugger.com. MNN appeals to more of a mainstream audience who is interested in making "green" decisions for their families. TreeHugger reaches a slightly younger audience who is more opinionated and more outspoken about environmental ideas, "green" design, and products that appeal to these values.

    We're looking at ways to bring these two audiences together more closely, so that mainstream readers get a wider array of ideas and content, and thought leaders in the space have a bigger stage for sharing their ideas. If anything with the "green" movement, we've seen ideas that were once considered edgy move quietly and fairly briskly to the middle. We view our network of sites as a catalyst to making that happen.

    Ok, tell us: Have you jammed with [MNN co-founder] Chuck Leavell yet?

    Let me tell you, I have sat three feet away from Chuck while he was playing his piano and belting out the words to Ray Charles' "Georgia." It was mind-blowing. Do you think I'M going to pick up my guitar to interrupt a moment like that? Not a chance.

    Media: To get in touch with Crenshaw, contact Dan Beeson at dbeeson@mnn.com.

    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, March 14, 2014, 9:50 AM [Upcoming Events]
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    Event: Leading the Way: A Fearless Future for PR
    Host: PRSA Cincinnati
    Date: March 19
    Location: Cincinnati
    Summary: Sonja Popp-Stahly, APR, of the PRSA National Board of Directors will address the evolving role of the public relations professional and current state of the profession, including where public relations and PRSA is headed in 2014 and beyond.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Content is King: How Storytelling Steers Social Media
    Host: PRSA Detroit
    Date: March 19
    Location: Plymouth, Mich.
    Summary: Amy Lynn Smith, writer, strategist and contributor to Michigan’s Eclectablog.com, and 2012 deputy digital director for Obama for America-Michigan; and Amanda Lewan, founder and editor of Michipreneur, an online community for Michigan startups and creative, will share tactics on creating an effective social media strategy.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Actionable Insights from SXSW
    Host: Social Media Club NYC
    Date: March 20
    Location: New York
    Summary: Panelists from the Interactive Ad Bureau, Cookbook Create, and Huffington post will discuss new technologies, social tools and trends that got people talking at SXSW. This meeting is open to everyone.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Evolution of Media: How Newsrooms Are Adapting to the Ever-Changing Digital Media Environment
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: March 20
    Location: Webinar
    Summary: This webinar will cover how today’s media continues to reinvent their newsrooms and journalists adapt to a faster news cycle. The discussion will tackle issues such as: the debate between speed versus accuracy; owning up to misinformation; tools to help journalists deliver accurate news faster than before.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Social Media ROI for Journalists
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 25
    Location: Online
    Summary: This free, one-hour webinar will examine the four stages of social media use in the newsroom: from an active presence, to engagement, to steering the conversation, to full integration. This webinar will be of interest to managers overseeing social media and online news, and for individuals who are beginning to ask (or are being asked by their publishers), “Is all this time on social media worth it?”
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Detecting Corporation Fraud
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 27
    Location: Phoenix
    Summary: In this free workshop, journalists will learn techniques for digging – with an eye for fraud – into U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other disclosures.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Delivering Impactful, Interactive and Targeted Online Videos
    Host: IPRA
    Date: April 3
    Location: Vienna, Va.
    Summary: Tom Madden, president of Visual Impact Productions, will discuss the growth of online videos and how independent PR practitioners can use online videos successfully and cost-effectively for their clients.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Investigating Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: April 9
    Location: Online
    Summary: Learn whether stockbrokers or investment advisers have run afoul of regulators or been the subject of customer complaints. This one-hour webinar will guide you through the FINRA BrokerCheck database and the SEC’s Investment Adviser registration database. You’ll also learn how state securities regulators police the industry and how to obtain results of their investigations for your stories.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Disruptive Innovation and Strategic Counsel: Keeping Your Institution (And You) Relevant
    Host: PRSA
    Date: April 9-11
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: Higher education communicators have a full course load, from dealing with the rise in massive open online courses (MOOCs) to preparing a campus-wide crisis communications program. The PRSA Counselors to Higher Education (CHE) Senior Summit offers creative approaches to keep your communication strategies and tactics cutting edge.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Strategic Corporate Communications Leadership Summit
    Host: IABC
    Date: April 10-11
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: If you are responsible for corporate communication, public relations, human resources, social media, marketing or organizational effectiveness, join us as we reveal the latest corporate communication strategies, techniques and measurement tools.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Creating a Strong Brand Identity Through Persuasive Messaging
    Host: NJ CAMA
    Date: April 17
    Location: Princeton, N.J.
    Summary: Whether your business is large or small, a strong brand identity is the key to standing out in a crowded marketplace. Guest speakers will lead an enlightening discussion on creating and maintaining your brand, developing a powerful voice, and how technology can support those efforts.  The event is co-sponsored by the NJ Creative Professionals.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Investigating Government Contractors
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: April 22
    Location: Online
    Summary: Ron Nixon, domestic correspondent in the Washington bureau of The New York Times, will share how to track local and national government spending on contractors in public databases.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Supercharge Your Content: Writing and Editing Essentials
    Host: Ragan Communications
    Date: April 22
    Location: Online
    Summary: Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty, the famed writing and editing pro featured on Oprah, and Word Czar Rob Reinalda, Ragan Communications executive editor and master wordsmith, will discuss grammar basics, gaffes and memorization techniques.
    Complete event info here.

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com

    Fashion Blogs, Tech and Business, and Tools for Journalists: Last Week’s Top Blogs

    Monday, March 10, 2014, 3:26 PM [ProfNet Connect]
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    If you haven’t checked out the Blogs section of ProfNet Connect lately, you’re missing out on some really great posts. Here’s a link to some of last week’s most popular blog posts:

    How Technology and Social Media Are Changing the Business Landscape. A recent Social Media Week event looked at the impact of social media and technology on the business landscape, and the best social media strategies for businesses. Panelists included representatives from Alpha Vert Enterprises, Play Ideal Date, NYS Office for New Americans, The New School, Cloudpeeps.com, Iris House, and Huffington Post: prn.to/1okexzP

    Influential Media Outlets That Used ProfNet in February. Check out this list of some of the influential media outlets that featured ProfNet experts in February, including Associated Press, Christian Science Monitor, FOXNews.com, MSNBC.com, Forbes, The New York Times, and hundreds more: prn.to/1jRCdvm

    MEDIAware: This Week’s Media News & Updates. MEDIAware, PR Newswire’s weekly audience research newsletter, is chock-full of media news and job changes. In the latest issue, you'll read updates on The Washington Post, Daily Beast, Business Insider, MSNBC, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Women's Wear Daily, Glamour, Politico PRO, New Haven Register, KRIV-TV, KKGO-FM, Los Angeles Daily Journal, Aspen Magazine, The Improper Bostonian, and more: prn.to/Nn8VcU

    How to Keep Your Blog Readers Engaged. If you've ever wondered whether there's a science behind running an engaging blog, you'll want to read this recap of our most recent #ConnectChat, featuring Clarissa Silva, a behavioral scientist, clinician and blogger. During the chat, Silva explained how bloggers can structure their blog to receive more shares, likes and comments, as well as some do's and don’ts on engaging readers: prn.to/NxknCR

    Blog Notes: Fashion Blogs. As PR Newswire's media relations manager, Christine Cube comes across great blogs that cover a wide variety of topics and interests. Each week, she offers brief profiles of blogs you might not have heard of but that might offer pitching opportunities for your clients. In her latest installment, she shared reviews of a few fashion blogs: prn.to/MNpQnW

    Media 411: TV News Segments That Make a Difference. Local newscasts are full of segments designed to help their audience. Whether it’s a regular health segment from a medical reporter (usually a doctor) or one of those popular “On Your Side” segments, they all try to make a positive difference in the lives of those who watch them. Sometimes, one segment sticks out of the bunch. Check out this segment from WFAA TV (Dallas/ABC) where anchor Gloria Campos gets a special surprise visitor: prn.to/1ov7K6E

    The Q&A Team: The Most Annoying Social Media Features. We all have certain social media features that make us want to scream. We asked our network of experts which social features they find the most annoying: prn.to/1ckFbTQ

    Tools for Journalists Reporting Breaking News. With the ability to post anything on social media at any time, our news cycle -- previously hastened by online news sites and 24-hour cable news -- has become instantaneous. Amanda Hicken, manager of media relations for PR Newswire, shares three tools that help journalists quickly sift through statistics: prn.to/1eRgNhl

    Pitching to Small-Business Reporters. At the Publicity Club of New York’s February luncheon, a panel of small-business reporters from Crain’s New York Business, Inc. Magazine, SmallBizTechnology.com, MSNBC’s “Your Business,” and The New York Times shared what they are looking to cover in each of their outlets: prn.to/MP8x6p

    What were your favorite blog posts last week? Which ones did you find most helpful/interesting?

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com.

    Influential Media Outlets That Used ProfNet in February

    Wednesday, March 5, 2014, 11:13 AM [ProfNet]
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    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. Send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, or get timely experts and story ideas by email. Both are free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com.

    ProfNet has been helping journalists and experts connect for more than 20 years. In that time, we have seen queries from just about every type of outlet imaginable – from newspapers and magazines to radio shows and blogs. And while the media times are always changing, there are still a great many stories being written, and writers still need expert sources.

    Here is a sampling of just some of the influential media outlets that used ProfNet last month:

    News Services
    Associated Press
    Capital News Service
    Catholic News Service
    Medill News Service
    New York City News Service
    Religion News Service
    Reuters

    General News
    Bloomberg News
    BuzzFeed
    Christian Science Monitor
    Daily Beast
    Epoch Times
    FOX News
    Huffington Post
    Independent Voter Network
    Mediabistro
    Mint Press News
    New York Times Upfront
    Newsweek
    Postmedia Digital (Canada)
    TheBlot.com
    Time.com
    Times of Israel
    Tribune Content Agency
    U.S. News & World Report
    Univision.com
    WSJ Digital
    Xinhua
    Yahoo! en Español
    Yahoo! News

    Newspapers
    Arizona Republic
    Asbury Park Press (NJ)
    Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
    Atlanta Journal Constitution
    Baltimore Beacon
    Belleville News-Democrat (IL)
    Centre Daily Times (PA)
    Charlotte Observer
    Chicago Tribune
    Cincinnati Enquirer
    Clay Today (FL)
    Columbia Missourian
    Daily Camera (CO)
    Denver Post
    Des Moines Register (IA)
    Desert Sun (CA)
    Indiana Chronicle
    Jackson Citizen Patriot (MI)
    KPCC 89.3 (CA)
    La Opinion
    Los Angeles Times
    Miami Herald
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
    Morning Call (PA)
    New York Post
    New York Times
    News and Record (NC)
    Newsday (NY)
    Orlando Sentinel (FL)
    Philadelphia Daily News
    Philadelphia Inquirer
    Philadelphia Metro
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
    Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
    Pocono Record (PA)
    Port Huron Times Herald (MI)
    Providence Journal (RI)
    Record Searchlight (CA)
    San Antonio Express-News
    San Francisco Chronicle
    St. Joseph News Press (MO)
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN)
    Star-Ledger (NJ)
    Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
    Tampa Tribune (FL)
    The Columbian (WA)
    The Guardian (UK)
    The Record (NJ)
    Times Leader (PA)
    Traverse City Business News (MI)
    USA Today
    Wall Street Journal
    Washington Post

    Broadcast Outlets
    ABC2 News (MD)
    Business Sense Radio
    CBS Chicago Morning News
    Discovery Networks
    Natural Choice Network
    NBC Connecticut
    NET News/Nebraska Public Radio
    The Money Pit
    Voice of America
    WKLB (MA)
    WUTC 88.1 FM (TN)
    XETV "The CW" San Diego 6

    Automotive
    Automotive Logistics
    Green Fleet Magazine
    MotorWorld

    Beauty/Fashion News
    Beauty High
    Beauty in the Bag
    Beauty News LA
    Beauty News NYC
    Bella NYC
    Collective310
    Daily Makeover
    Fashion 360
    Latest-Hairstyles.com
    Life & Beauty Weekly
    The Fashion Spot

    Business/Industry News
    American Express OPEN Forum
    American Management Association
    ANA Magazine
    Assembly Magazine
    Association Conventions & Facilities
    Baltimore Business Journal
    Bank of America Small Business Community
    Best's Review
    Blueshift Research
    Business Insider
    Chief Executive Magazine
    Chief Learning Officer
    China Business Network Weekly
    CMO.com
    CommPRO.biz
    Compliance Week
    Content Marketing Institute
    Crain's New York Business
    Delivered magazine
    Dice.com
    EContent Magazine
    Employment Alert
    Entrepreneur
    Fast Company
    Forbes
    Forbes CMO Network
    Forbes EMCVoice
    HR Compliance Bulletin/Thomson Reuters
    HRWire/Thomson West
    Human Resource Executive
    Inc. magazine
    Insurance & Financial Meetings Management
    Insurance Networking News
    International Association of Exhibitions and Events
    International Business Times
    Intuit Small Business Blog
    JobWeek
    KM World
    Maritime Executive magazine
    Mobility Magazine
    Monster.com
    National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies
    National Center for the Middle Market
    PIA magazine
    Plastics Today
    Profit magazine
    Promotional Products Business
    PRWeek
    Real Business
    RetailerNOW
    Roanoke Business Magazine
    San Fernando Valley Business Journal
    Shareaholic's Content Marketing Blog
    SHRM.org
    Solution Providers For Retail
    tED Magazine (The Electrical Distributor)
    The CEO Magazine
    The Content Strategist
    The Holmes Report
    Transaction World
    Venture Capital Journal
    Wholesale and Distribution International
    Workopolis

    Education News
    College Planning & Management Magazine
    Community College Week
    Exchange Magazine
    MyEducation.com
    TakePart.com
    The Choice Blog
    University Business

    Energy/Environment News
    Energy Digital magazine
    Energy Efficiency Markets
    Energy Executive
    Oil & Gas Monitor
    Renewable Energy World
    World Oil Magazine

    Entertainment/Sports News
    Athletic Business
    BuzzFeed! Sports
    Cheer Professional
    ESPN
    ICSS Journal
    Sports Palooza Radio Show
    The Source
    The WEI Network
    Variety
    WWE Kids

    Finance/Personal Finance News
    AFP Exchange
    American Banker
    BBC Capital
    CNBC.com
    Credit Union Times
    DI Wire
    FierceMarkets
    Fiscal Times
    Futures and Options Association
    InvestingDaily.com
    Investopedia.com
    Investor's Business Daily
    LearnVest
    MainStreet.com
    Manilla.com
    MarketWatch.com
    Mint.com
    Money Talks News
    Motley Fool
    Paytech.com
    Plan Adviser magazine
    Poder y Negocios (Mexico)
    Proformative.com
    Reuters Money
    Tax Analysts
    The Federal Credit Union
    TheStreet.com
    Transactional Investor magazine

    Health/Fitness News
    ADVANCE for Laboratory Professionals
    ADVANCE for Respiratory Care & Sleep Medicine
    ADVANCE Newsmagazines
    Broward Health magazine
    CareersinPsychology.org
    Counselor Magazine
    Drug Topics
    Electronic Health Reporter
    Everyday Health
    Health Monitor Network
    Health Science Now
    Health Thought Leaders One-to-One
    Healthcare Briefings
    Healthcare Dive
    Healthcare Finance News
    Healthcare Risk Management
    Healthline
    HemOnc Today
    IDEA Health & Fitness Association
    Managed Care Contracting and Reimbursement Advisor
    Max Sports & Fitness
    McKnight's Long Term Care News
    MD Magazine
    MedShadow
    MedEsthetics Magazine
    Medical Design Online
    Medical Economics
    Medical Marijuana Outlook
    Medical Practice Insider
    Medical Travel Today
    MedicareSupplement.com
    Modern Healthcare
    NurseZone
    Oncology Times
    OnFitness Magazine
    Oxygen magazine
    Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor
    Physician's Money Digest
    Plastic Surgery News
    Plastic Surgery Practice
    PracticeLink Magazine
    QualityHealth
    RA Today
    Shape.com
    The AIDS Reader
    The Rheumatologist
    Today's Dietitian
    Univision's MiDieta
    Western Pennsylvania Healthcare News
    YourHealth magazine

    Law/Government News
    American Lawyer Media
    California Lawyer
    Emergency Management
    FedScoop
    FedTech Magazine
    Government Product News
    Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
    Law Enforcement Technology
    Law360
    Military Officers Association of America
    Thomson Reuters Westlaw Journals
    Westlaw Journals

    Lifestyle/Women’s News
    All You
    American Baby
    American Profile
    CafeYak.com
    CBS SmartPlanet
    City & Shore Magazine
    Closer Weekly
    Consumer Eagle
    Costco Connection
    Creative Living magazine
    Creative Loafing
    DivineCaroline
    Elle
    Erickson Tribune
    Everyday Home
    Family Circle
    FamilyFun magazine
    Fifty Plus Advocate
    First for Women
    Fit and Fab Living
    FitPregnancy magazine
    Gannett's YES! Your Essential Shopper
    HERLIFE Magazine
    HomeStyle Weekly
    inRandom
    Jewish Exponent
    Life Refined
    Life Reimagined
    Lifescript.com
    LoveToKnow
    Maxim
    Metro Parent
    Parade.com
    Parents.com
    PBS Next Avenue
    PhenoLot Magazine
    Pittsburgh Better Times
    Pittsburgh Parent
    Popular Hispanics
    Quarter Life Circus
    Redbook
    Reign Magazine
    Senior Planet
    SheKnows.com
    ShopSmart
    SpryLiving.com
    Whole Life Times
    Woman's Day
    Woman's World
    Yahoo! Mujer

    Real Estate/Building/Home News
    American Builders Quarterly
    Builder+Architect
    Building & Construction Canada
    Cleaner magazine
    Construction Today
    Habitat Magazine
    Plumber magazine
    North American Builder Magazine
    Ocean Home
    The Cooperator
    Worship Facilities Designer
    Yahoo! Homes
    Your Home Magazine

    Technology/Science News
    ACORD.org
    CableFAX
    Colloquy
    Computerworld
    CSO magazine
    Data Center Management
    Database Trends & Applications
    Dell's TechPageOne
    E-Commerce Times
    ECT News Network
    Genetic Engineering News
    InfoWorld
    Network World
    Open Mobile Media
    Polygon
    RFIDinsider
    SC Magazine
    SearchManufacturingERP.com
    Servo Magazine
    Techie.com
    The Economist Technology Quarterly

    Travel/Hospitality/Food News
    Arrive magazine
    Bar Business Magazine
    Business Travel Executive
    Business Traveler USA
    Corporate & Incentive Travel
    Fodors.com
    Food & Wine Radio Network
    FSR magazine
    Global Traveler
    Leisure & Hospitality International
    National Culinary Review
    New England Ski Journal
    QSR magazine
    Restaurant Business Magazine
    Specialty Coffee Retailer
    The Weather Channel
    Tourist Attractions & Parks magazine
    Vegetarian Times
    Yankee Magazine

    Where did your experts pop up last month? If you have a success story to share, drop me a line at profnet@profnet.com with “Success Story” in the subject line. Or “like” our Facebook page and leave your success story on our wall, and you might see your picture/logo on the big screen in Times Square!

    Not getting queries? Email profnet@profnet.com with your contact info, and we’ll send you details on how you can become a ProfNet member and get publicity for your experts.


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