Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m a bit of an information junkie – no big surprise to any regular reader. And finding new resources, tools and generally awesome stuff – whether it’s for the V3 team to use, for our clients, or for our friends, just makes all the time I spend trolling the Interwebs seem justifiable. At least that’s what I tell myself. (Shhhh, don’t burst my bubble).
We’ve written recently about free PR resources that you should check out, and also about how social media makes life easier, in a myriad of ways, for PR pros. And in that post, we highlighted some of the many groups, chats and other things that happen on Twitter a regular basis that you can participate in and learn from.
We’ve also written about Press Wiki, which is a terrific media database filled with info and contact information of reporters and media outlets, created and edited in true wiki style, by and for the people. We love Press Wiki!
My new favorite find is Media on Twitter. It’s exactly what the name implies (how clever) — a comprehensive database of media on Twitter. The database includes media contacts, writers and prominent bloggers from all over the world – goodness but I start to swoon just thinking about the power of this lovely tool. But then, I’m prone to swooning. In all seriousness, Media On Twitter is an amazing resource. Oh yeah. It’s a big, beautiful database.
So, whether you’re a fellow Twitter lover like this bunch of geeks at V3, or a someone who’s always looking for more great PR and social media resources and tools, Media on Twitter might just be for you. Here’s a little screenshot to whet your appetite.
What about you? Have any good resources that we need to know about? If so, bring it!