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How To Pitch: YouBeauty.com
Cover beauty trends through the lens of science and health and land up to $1 a word.

So What Do You Do, Roy Johnson, Editor-In-Chief, Men's Fitness?
This EIC discusses 'resilient' parent company American Media Inc., penning an editor's letter to President Barack Obama, and meeting the digital world head-on.

So What Do You Do, David Willey, ASME President/EIC, Runner's World?
Ahead of this weekend's American Magazine Conference, the Rodale exec and ASME leader reveals how he's enticing a new generation of editors without 'boiling everything down to the brand.'

Pitches That Worked: Spa
We dissect the elements of a detailed beauty pitch that won a freelance writer repeat gigs at Spa, with input from the assigning editor.

How To Pitch For PR: Seventeen
Reach teens with on-trend ideas in fashion, beauty, health and more, and think about ways to make your idea resonate on and off the page (read: digital and social media).

How To Pitch For PR: Seventeen
Reach teens with on-trend ideas in fashion, beauty, health and more, and think about ways to make your idea resonate on and off the page (read: digital and social media).

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Spotted around the media universe

Which Facebook Pages Were Australia's Tops in Likes, Engagement for 2014? - Posted December 10, 2014
The top Facebook ... [AllFacebook]

STUDY: Got Milk? You Might Need Life Insurance, Too - Posted November 3, 2014
Remember the campaign "Got Milk?" It was greatness. It was a hall-of-famer. It was a catalyst for a milk-drinking and bovine-appreciating renaissance. Back in June 19... [FishbowlDC]

FDA Wants Drug Companies To Tweet Dangerous Side Effects - Posted July 2, 2014
The FDA is looking to Twitter for another avenue to educate consumers about the possible dangers of prescription drugs. As the Huffington Post notes, the FDA i... [AllTwitter]

Feeling a Bit Hefty Lately? Survey Shows Majority of Workers Gained Weight at Work - Posted April 17, 2014
You may be feeling like your pants have shrunk but let's face it, thanks to the polar vortex the threads may be slightly tighter this time of year. A new ... [MediaJobsDaily]

YouBeauty.com Seeks Strong Writers and Reporters - Posted November 26, 2013
YouBeauty.com is about a lot more than makeup. Although the site does discuss the latest lipstick trends, they're focused on beauty as a harbinger of health. The site is 75 percent freelance written and writers can land up to $1 a word. But where should you start? With research and scienc... [morningmedianewsfeed]

YouBeauty.com Seeks Strong Writers and Reporters - Posted November 26, 2013
YouBeauty.com is about a lot more than makeup. Although the site does discuss the latest lipstick trends, they're focused on beauty as a harbinger of health. The site is 75 percent freelance written and writers can land up to $1 a word. But where should you start? With research and scienc... [FishbowlNY]

Pitch Your Beauty Clients to YouBeauty.com - Posted November 26, 2013
YouBeauty.com, the science-based beauty site co-founded by Dr. Mehmet Oz, is open to PR pitches. For publicists, the pitching opportunities are endless: Makeup, hair and skin products are always in dem... [FishbowlDC]

Tweeting Bra Wants to Help You Remember Breast Exams - Posted October 24, 2013
Breasts are supremely popular, both to those who own them and most of those who don't. To protect our well-loved breasts from breast cancer, women and men should do regular self-exams, but most of us will inevitably forget. The solution? A tweeting bra! The bra is part of an ad campaign from... [PRNewser]

Tweeting Bra Wants to Help You Remember Breast Exams - Posted October 24, 2013
Breasts are supremely popular, both to those who own them and most of those who don't. To protect our well-loved breasts from breast cancer, women and men should do regular self-exams, but most of us will inevitably forget. The solution? A tweeting bra! The bra is part of an ad campaign from... [Inside Mobile Apps]

New Google Company Calico Will Address Problems of Ageing - Posted September 20, 2013
Jane Wakefield of the BBC reports, "Google has a history of left-field projects, from self-drive ca... [semanticweb.com]

Sanofi Pasteur Facebook Message To Those Without Flu Shots: Don't Be A FLUgitive - Posted September 20, 2013
Message to: Scaredy Cat, Turbo Mom, Latest and Greatest Guy, and Fitness Fanatic -- you make us sick! That's because you spread the ... [AllFacebook]

Twitter And Everyday Health Launch Global Real-Time Content Partnership "HealthBeat" - Posted June 12, 2013
Social healthcare is the hot button topic of the year, and Twitter is scientists and sociologists' dream as a petri dish of research data. Twitter ha... [AllTwitter]

Twitter Emerges As Reliable Source For Vaccine Research [STUDY] - Posted June 3, 2013
A new study in the American Journal of Infection Control reveals that Twitter is now a popular and reliable source for receiving and sharing new information about vaccines. The implications of the finding are... [AllTwitter]

Visualizing Facebook's Social Graph - Posted April 29, 2013
It's probably not surprising that when Facebook users are 21, most of their friends are also in that same age bracket. It's also not a shocker to say that men talk about sports on Facebook more than women. But how do trends change over time? Do 30-year-olds tend to talk about... [AllFacebook]

Semantic Tech: It's Moving Mainstream, Playing To The Data-Is-An-Asset Crowd, And Living Life Out Loud - Posted December 31, 2012
At the recent SemTech conference in NYC, The Semantic Web Blog had an opportunity to ask some leaders in the field about where semantic technology has been, and where it's going. David Wood, CTO, 3RoundStones: The short take: Hiring has been on in a big way at semantic tech players as enterprises are... [semanticweb.com]

Health, Alcohol, Consumer Goods Are The Fastest Growing Industries On Facebook - Posted November 28, 2012
We're aware that more companies are putting more importance on having a Facebook presence. But which industries have seen the most gro... [AllFacebook]

Does The Facebook Organ Donor Life Event Change Users' Habits? - Posted October 29, 2012
Earlier this year, Facebook added organ donation to the life events section, allowing users to announce it to their friends. But does announcing that you're an or... [AllFacebook]

Medtronic Helps Diabetes Patients Share Success Stories Through Facebook Timeline - Posted July 6, 2012
Medtronic Diabetes, a diabetes management solutions company, is using its Facebook timeline in a pretty inspirational way. Through social media marketing firm Likeable Media, it... [AllFacebook]

Researchers Find Shocking Health Misunderstandings By Studying Tweets - Posted July 8, 2011
Researchers from John Hopkins University have found that Americans are often treating their ailments with the wrong medications. They studied 1.5 million health-related tweets between May 2009 and October 2010, and uncovered this and several other facts about the health of the nation. As reported by... [AllTwitter]

Revolving Door: 'In the Arena,' 'News of the World,' 'WaPo,' and More - Posted July 7, 2011
Two big media names have gotten the ax. Eliot Spitzer's comeback vehicle In The Arena was cancelled. CNN's evening schedul... [GalleyCat]

Revolving Door: 'In the Arena,' 'News of the World,' 'WaPo,' and More - Posted July 7, 2011
Two big media names have gotten the ax. Eliot Spitzer's comeback vehicle In The Arena was cancelled. CNN's evening schedul... [FishbowlDC]

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