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“Discover How Commissioning Editors Are Quickly Finding Their Ideal Stories, Case Studies & Contacts To Fit Their Next Piece, And How You Can Do The Same!”
Natasha Courtenay-Smith, founder, Case Study Link
Being an editor is tough. There are always deadlines looming for news and article pieces to go to print, and there’s never enough time to get it done. One of the toughest things is finding real-life case studies, or leads, or even writers, for your pieces.
The trawls through cuttings, the press agency ring rounds, the calls to press offices, the endless postings on website forums…… finding the right lead, story or case study you need is not a straightforward or simple process.
The chances are, whilst you’re spending hours looking for your case study, there is a news agency, a local reporter or a freelance writer who has that story in their contacts book. If only you knew who…..
Here at Case Study Link, we’ve created a system to make finding case studies and story leads easy for you. Case Study Link allows you to tap into the databases of hundreds of freelance journalists and press agencies around the country with a single click of your mouse. You can even use Case Study Link if you’re looking for a journalist to write about a specific personal experience.
Within just a few moment of filling out our online form, your story request will be hitting the e-mail inboxes of over 400 journalists and agencies and you’ll be getting responses direct from them about your piece.
The service is completely free to you, however please note that you will be expected to pay a tip fee for any phone numbers, or a fee for any copy or story you buy. Please negotiate directly with the agency/freelance you are dealing with.
To submit your case study request, all you’ve got to do is click here and complete the orange form and our team will manually review your submission and mail out to our database right away.
Here’s what Daily Mail journalist Kathryn Knight says about Case Study Link: ‘Recently I had to find a number of very difficult case studies for a story on women who deceive or trick men into getting them pregnant. As you can imagine it was tough to find people on the record willing to talk about this, but all my best leads came from CSL and without it I wouldn’t have been able to do the story. It really proved invaluable.’
Anna WhartonCommissioning editor on Femail
David LoweFeature writer on The Sun
Heather MeyerCommissioning editor on Chat and Pick Me Up magazines
Eimear O’HaganActing Features Editor at Fabulous
Hannah BarrFreelance editor and journalist
Charlotte SeligmanHead of News at ITV1’s This Morning