Editors at Inc., a monthly publication tailored to the entrepreneurial community, are currently accepting publicist pitches for all sections. ”We are a magazine about people who are incredibly passionate and have the will to start a business from scratch,” managing editor Alexandra Brez told Mediabistro.
But hold off on those mass email blasts. Brez stressed that Inc. ins’t looking for generic press releases. Instead, editors want compelling subjects relevant to their target audience as opposed to general success stories. She added, “Short is good. Specific to Inc. is better.”
– Nicholas Braun
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