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3 More Ways to Get Media Coverage for Free on HARO

John Rampton | Posted 05.09.2016 | Business
John Rampton

It can be frustrating to constantly attempt to answer queries on HARO and never get quotes or receive any type of media coverage. At times, it can fee...

The Upitch App vs.The HARO Mailing List

Allison Kugel | Posted 04.21.2016 | Technology
Allison Kugel

HARO HARO is an acronym short for Help A Reporter Out; the mailing list that started on Facebook and picked up steam until it was ultimately acquired...

You're Probably Doing PR Wrong, Here's How to Fix It

Bryan Elliott | Posted 07.02.2016 | Business
Bryan Elliott

You might know Peter Shankman as the founder of HARO (Help a Reporter Out), the famous website that connects journalists and experts. Shankman is a veteran tech journalist, PR specialist and thought leader who also happens to battle HDAD, the occasional vomiting house cat and Imposter syndrome.

It's Not All Vino Tinto: Exploring Spanish Wine and Cuisine

Kristin Braswell | Posted 04.29.2014 | Taste
Kristin Braswell

Madrid drew me in to its web easily, and it didn't take long before I was tangled into a life of tapas, vino tinto, siestas and endless utterings of "vale."

Honoring a Reporter's Obligation: Dissecting Peter Shankman's Hypocrisy

Ryan Holiday | Posted 09.22.2012 | Media
Ryan Holiday

Why target Peter Shankman's Help A Reporter Out? Because it embodies everything that is wrong with much of modern online journalism.

WATCH: Wine Fight Hosted By Spanish Town

Posted 11.15.2011 | Weird News

It's like a water fight for grown-ups. Revelers in the town of Haro in Spain's La Rioja region celebrated a traditional festival by dousing each ot...

Trend of the Times: Reporters Tapping Into Social Media for Content

Arielle Ford | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Arielle Ford

With the boom of social media, when journalists need to take the pulse of the city, they only need to go as far as their keyboard for research, content, and resources.

The Inelegant Internet

James Moore | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
James Moore

The Internet may one day prove to be the most profoundly transformative creation of humankind. There is also the possibility it can turn into a garbage dump of the human mind where the glittering is buried beneath the refuse.