5719Re: [prbytes] Blogger addresses?
- Jan 5, 2012Lois, if they have their own domain name you can do a WHOIS search and
perhaps find their email address.
Another good way is to have your organization give you a second email
address used solely for media contacts like this.
lois.blogger.relations@... or some such address -- I'm sure
you can come up with a better one. Use that to go in and comment on their
blog. Provide the address as lois.blogger.relations(at)fairfaxcounty.gov
... to allow them to write to you.
Lots of bloggers just don't want the media spam. I get between 30 and 50
absolutely inane pitches and releases every day. Pitches for topics and
issues I have *never* written about. I groan and keep a list of them. I
show the pitches to my students and say, "Don't be this goober. Don't
spray and pray. Develop relationships .... not lists that you haven't
Hope that helps.
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On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 8:05 AM, Kirkpatrick, Lois M. <
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> Can't figure out how to find contact info for bloggers. In an effort to
> avoid spam, many of them don't post their email addresses in their "About"
> or "Bio" sections, nor do they have a message feature.
> Is their contact info a state secret? Do most bloggers belong in the
> Witness Protection Program? What's the key to contacting these people?
> Lois Kirkpatrick, Manager
> Marketing & Strategic Analysis
> Office for Children
> Fairfax County Dept. of Family Services
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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