Find Journalists via PressPass @PressPass #WebToolsWiki

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PressPass is an open live directory of journalists that will let you find and submit ideas for coverage to journalists on Twitter.

The journalists on the site are organized by name, by beat and region they cover and by the media outlet they work for. PressPass tracks them based on what they are sharing on Twitter, what they’re reading, how they rank compared to others, the topics they care about and who gets their attention among their many other activities.

Whether you’re a regular citizen, a business owner or non-profit organization, PressPass will help you relay your message to the world with the help of a journalist. It will allow you to find the right reporters or journalists who can assist you in getting your message across.

Visit the site now and get in touch with a journalist who can assist you in raising awareness about your cause or service. There’s no cost in using the live directory.

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