Former Daily Mail journalist Natasha Courtenay-Smith is the founder of press and publicity agency Talk to the Press, which helps ordinary people around the country sell their stories to newspapers and magazines, as well as managing the strategies of individuals caught up in a media storm.
Natasha founded and operates the journalists ‘tool’ www.casestudylink.co.uk which connects freelance journalists and press agencies with commissioning editors on newspapers, magazines and television.
For commissioning editors, finding a real life case study can often be like finding a needle in a haystack. The trick is to cast the net as far and wide as you can, and case study link casts that net for you by enabling you to email hundreds of freelance journalists and press agencies who specialise in case studies with the click of a mouse. To send a Case Study Link alert, visit www.casestudylink.co.uk and fill out the online form with the details of what you’re looking for. It will immediately get sent to all our subscribers.
For freelance journalists and press agencies, receiving our alerts is a brilliant way of staying in touch with what commissioning editors are looking for, enabling you to pitch the right story at the right moment to the right person. It also enables you to re-sell old stories.
Over 300 freelance journalists and press agencies are signed up to receive Case Study Link alerts. Click to sign up to Case Study Link alerts.
Natasha says: ‘Between all of us, we have the biggest database of case studies imaginable! Whatever the case study someone on a publication or researching a television documentary is looking for, one of us should be able to help. The benefit for those receiving the alerts is that it provides them with a live opportunity to get a commission right there and then, and provides them with details of commissioning editors and what sort of thing they are looking for.’
Find out more by visiting www.casestudylink.co.uk
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