Guidance for the PR Professional Seeking To Serve Our Readers


If you are a Public Relations professional, thanks for what you do! We appreciate hearing from you. We have long known and worked with some of the best in the PR business and know the great ones perform a valued service to the community. Good PR professionals have been instrumental in helping us keep our readers informed of important information. Please keep the info coming!

We would like to help you help us keep our readers informed and provide guidance here on ways you can best work with us. This guidance applies to our sites at and

1. Please get to know us and get a feel for what we write for our readers before submitting ideas or releases or interview requests to us. That will help you decide what to send our way. You should spend time looking over our sites and should also sign up for all our newsletters. You will see we very rarely post press releases on our CTOvision site. We might choose to quote some, but only when they have really significant news we believe to be of high interest to our readers.

2. Before we write about companies and their capabilities we like to ensure the company is added to our database at This database was developed as a service to our readers as well as to the tech companies that have offerings relevant to our readership. Submitting a firm to this database is easy. Just visit: After this submission our analysts will review it and create an entry at CTOlabs which can be referenced by anyone conducting searches on our site. We really appreciate you taking this step.

3. We also appreciate learning more about the leadership of firms we write about. Please submit biographies of key company leadership at We will tie these biographies to the company via a special online widget that will be embedded at the end of every post we do on your firms. This will provide more comprehensive ways for us to deliver information to our readers about your clients.

4. We would also like to bring your attention to our easy to use ad inventory. Buying ads is not a requirement prior to our review of your technology or prior to interviews with your client leadership. But sponsorship by firms is most appreciated. It helps us maintain our service to our readers and provides a great way to highlight the capability you are offering. Please visit our self-serve ad site at: and if your firm is ready to bring its capability to the attention of enterprise IT readers consider one of the sponsorship packages listed there.

If you have any questions please contact us here.

Thank you very much for everything you do.

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