Posts in "Consumer Technology" tag

Jeremy Kaplan

Jeremy Kaplan - Digital Trends | Best Pitch I Ever Got

Jeremy Kaplan is the Editor-In-Chief for He grew up surrounded by technology and with a fascination for tinkering with things from computers to engines, though he’d always hoped to end up a book publisher. As Editor-In-Chief for a technology publication, it sounds like he landed somewhere in between.

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David Pogue

David Pogue - Yahoo Tech, Scientific America, NOVA, CBS "Sunday Morning"| Best Pitch I Ever Got

If you keep up with technology news, David Pogue will be a familiar name. From writing the weekly tech column for the New York Times for 13 years, to launching Yahoo Tech in 2013, David is a tech media veteran with plenty of pitching advice to share. In our interview, he shares two of his favorite pitches, both of which are quite clever and unique. He’s seen thousands of pitches throughout his career so the more personalized and creative, the better.

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Jeana Lee Tahnk

Jeana Lee Tahnk - Mashable, Huffington Post, Cool Mom Tech, Parenting | Best Pitch I Ever Got

Jeana Lee Tahnk, a.k.a the Top Tech Mom, is a technology aficionado whose eyes are always on the latest gear, gadgets and apps that impact kids and family life. After a stint in tech PR she made her way into journalism, and now regularly contributes product roundups and features for outlets like The Huffington Post, Mashable, Cool Mom Tech, Parenting and Top Tech Mom. When pitching Jeana, keep it concise and get to the point fast.

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Shannon Morse

Shannon Morse - Hak5 and TekThing| Best Pitch I Ever Got

Shannon Morse is the host of Hak5 and TekThing where she reviews products such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops, and covers news in information security, hacking, and privacy. Her fans love her take on consumer tech and seek her opinion on new products the moment they’re released.

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