I’d like to introduce you to one of our regular contributors on the Cision blog, Susan Guillory. When she’s not writing about communications and PR for us, she’s running Egg Marketing, a content marketing firm that provides blog posts, whitepapers, and web copy for small businesses and technology companies.
Cision surveyed journalists in six countries this year about their perception of the media industry. And we’re amazed at how things have changed.
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