The 10 most popular Muck Rack posts in 2014

The 10 most popular Muck Rack posts in 2014

Another year is coming to a close! With more than 100 feature blog posts published in 2014, it has been quite the year here on the Muck Rack blog.

Before we officially say hello to 2015, let's send off 2014 in style by taking a look back at some of our most popular posts from the past year.

Here are the 10 most popular feature content posts on Muck Rack in 2014:

1. Newspaper reporters aren't endangered, they're evolving by Andy Paras

2. How to win followers and influence journalism: lessons from journalists with the most followers on Twitter by Elizabeth Breese

3. 10 things I learned from journalists after spending hours with them by Julia Sahin

4. 5 ways journalists actually use Twitter to source stories by Grant Marek

5. 5 lessons from a real newsroom that translate to real-time marketing by Stephanie Matthews

6. A Los Angeles News Radio producer reveals: I won't respond to your pitch if... by Austin Cross

7. Redefining the pitch: an interview with Yumi Wilson, Corporate Communications Manager at LinkedIn by Jonathan Jackson

8. 3 reasons polling enhances the social news cycle by Porter Haney

9. 5 reasons we love working in PR by Alicia Lawrence

10. Why social media is a PR (not marketing) function by Julia Sahin

Want to see your name on our top posts list next year? Become a Muck Rack guest contributor! If you’re interested in writing for Muck Rack, check out our submission guidelines and send us a pitch!

Do you have a favorite Muck Rack post from the past year? Let us know in the comments below!

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