Say hello to the new Muck Rack Blog

Muck Rack Daily

Say hello to the new Muck Rack Blog
March 11th, 2018
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Muck Rack Daily
Hello from Muck Rack, where you can get a snapshot of what journalists around the world are reading, thinking and commenting on right now.

Nearly a decade ago (in the early days of social media), we launched the Muck Rack Daily as an email digest about what journalists are talking about on social media, written by journalists.

Today, the Muck Rack Daily’s audience consists of over 60,000 journalists and communicators across the globe, interested in reading content from the Muck Rack Daily email alongside additional feature articles and blog posts. It’s finally time to give this featured content the dedicated home it deserves.

Introducing: a completely redesigned Muck Rack blog.

As with everything else we do, the Muck Rack Blog has content for both journalists and PR professionals. Our thousands of articles are easier to find than ever, and we’ll continue to produce high quality content.

Check it out for yourself, learn why we redesigned the blog and see how you can get involved.

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Muck Rack advanced search:
The simplest way to find people and articles

Muck Rack’s advanced search allows you to find journalists who cover your industry, company, competitors and the topics most important to you quickly and easily. Some quick tips for your next search:

  • The "More" menu to next to each person's result houses the "Search this person" button and also links directly to their social media profiles.
  • You can search a person from their profile page by clicking the search button in their articles/tweets lists.

These features make it even easier to see if a reporter has ever covered a company, keyword, topic, etc. so you can better structure a pitch or understand how something was covered in the past.

Curious to learn more? We'd love to show you how Muck Rack works!

Muck Rack's Top Blog Picks

What journalists really want in time-sensitive pitches

Getting pitched a story when it ideally should have been published days prior can be tough. Read advice directly from journalists on handling timely pitches. (Tweet it)


This week in bad PR pitches

Yikes! You won’t want to miss some of the more cringeworthy tweets from journalists about the PR pitches landing in their inboxes lately. (Tweet it)


7 soft skills that can help you succeed in PR

Beyond what you’ll learn in the classroom, what soft skills will help you succeed in a PR career? Here are 7 you’ll want to foster. (Tweet it)


Helping to make news is more effective than “being” news

Here’s what happens when you stop asking, “How can we publicize this” and start asking, “How can we tap the value of this to help the media tell a unique story?” (Tweet it)

Muck Rack is always looking for guest bloggers! If you’re interested in writing for us, check out our submission guidelines and send us a pitch. 
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