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Becoming a Media Maven: 4 Sites That Can Help

Positive buzz is a business goldmine. But without the right contacts or budget, it can be hard to get your name out there. HARO Help A Reporter Out is a free tool we love, connecting us with source-seeking journalists and often leading to mentions in high-profile publications — and it’s not the only one of its kind. Check out these tools to help establish your brand as a thought leader.

Qwoted

Get vetted as an expert source in your field and get in front of reporters from top publications.

 

Source Bottle

When you sign up on the site and list your areas of expertise, you’ll be contacted by reporters who need a source in your industry. Journalists and bloggers can connect with a pool of quality sources, while subscribers like you can get some notoriety.

 

KITI (formerly Media Kitty)

Try out the 14-day free trial to collaborate with media and marketing professionals who want to share ideas, build relationships and see results. Media Kitty mostly deals with the travel and hospitality industries, and it’s a great place to connect with journalists who need sources for related topics.

 

Influencer Marketing Hub

Unlike the sites above, Influencer Marketing Hub focuses on targeting social media influencers. It provides you with everything you need to work with the right brands, reach bigger audiences, launch successful campaigns and attract loyal customers.

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