5 Ways to Find Sources

We were pretty excited to see Jennifer Goforth Gregory mention us in her post about finding sources.  Jennifer has a wonderful blog about content marketing, is a freelance journalist for the Raleigh News & Observer and has  published over 200 stories – including many front of the section stories. She’s been published in MSN Money, FOX Business, Entreprenuer.com, multiple high-profile blogs and 50 different regional magazines. While she’s super smart and very busy, she still manages to be a super nice person.

And now to the bragging part. Our favorite quote in her post is:

With HARO and Profnet, you put out a call for experts and the receive replies back from people who are interested in being sources. I actually prefer a service called Source Sleuth who finds qualified sources willing to be interviewed and then emails you the contact information for one or two.

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