The 10 most popular posts from the first half of 2015

Jul 16, 2015
The 10 most popular posts from the first half of 2015

Can you believe 2015 is already halfway over? 

With nearly 50 unique feature content posts here on the Muck Rack blog since January, we thought now would be a great time to highlight the top 10 posts from the first half of the year.

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Here are the 10 most popular feature content posts on Muck Rack from the first half of 2015

1. 5 tips for verifying citizen footage that every journalist should know by Madeleine Bair

2. Why you should NEVER ask the media for a retraction by Matthew Whittle

3. Washington Post editor to newspaper luddites: ‘Get over it’ by Jon Egan

4. Why your broadcast PR efforts may be falling short (and how to fix them) by Brock Thatcher

5. The 10 cats who are tired of getting bad pitches from PR pros by Austin Cross

6. Pitching a journalist on social media? Read this first by Nicole Fallon

7. Lessons learned: A seasoned journalist looks back at a year in PR by Matthew Whittle

8. 8 reasons to hire a PR pro by Michelle Garrett

9. 10 ways PR will change in 2015 (and five ways it won’t) by Julia Sahin

10. Pitch or ditch? How to tell if a news release is actually newsworthy by Kate Finley

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