Questions

We created a political news website and we're ready to work on getting traction. How do I find a partner who knows how to get users?

We're ready to promote our new political news site www.ForAgainst.com but I've never launched a national site. I would prefer to partner with someone who has experience growing a news website. What is the best way to find a partner who has the expertise we need?

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Why not try Freelancer.com or Elance, one of those type of sites. Surely you can find someone skilled, with past experince easily viewable, looking for something a little more "ongoing".

Best of luck with it!


Answered 4 years ago

Love the idea. I do have 1 suggestion for you, which is better handled in an email rather than via a paid phone consultation or publicly.


Answered 4 years ago

I ran NJ.com and several of its affiliates for 5 years with national reach. I also ran SouthernAlpha.com, which was recently acquired. I'd be happy to talk with you about this.


Answered 4 years ago

Hi there, I like your website!

I teach Rhetoric at Universities, have worked in journalism and in Washington DC, and I believe your 'in' to a political website may be the on-ground connections you can make. This will take some guerilla marketing and social publicity through 'tastemakers'.

Where to start: Look at highly published bloggers on Huffington Post, Vox.com or Quartz.com. See whose voice you like.

I am excited to talk more with you. News today is built around personality of trust, let's talk more about how you can collaborate to build a political hub!

Warmly,
Arjun.


Answered 4 years ago

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