There are many ways to take advantage of MSIG’s PR program.
Get involved today!
||Write for MEMSblog
Want to increase your visibility among MSIG members and drive traffic to your content via Google News Alerts as well? Contribute to MSIG’s widely-read industry blog, MEMSblog.
To get started, please review our guest blogger guidelines and submit a short abstract for your blog to MSIG PR today.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: please review our guest blogger guidelines and submit a short abstract to MSIG PR describing the focus of your blog. We will review your abstract and get back to you with comments/questions.
Please note that all content contributed to MEMSblog must be original and cannot have appeared previously in another online outlet unless written permission for republishing has been granted; if this is the case, prospective contributors must forward a copy of this documentation to MSIG PR.
SEND US YOUR ABSTRACT TODAY: Have an idea to share with the MSIG community? Email article background information to MSIG PR in Microsoft Word format (no PDFs, please) for review.
MEMSblog Contributor Guidelines
Blogs should be 500-800 words in length. Topical in nature—rather than product-focused—they should interest MEMS suppliers and/or OEM end-users/embedded systems integrators. Examples include:
- Internet of Things
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- Sensor Fusion
- Smart Home
- MEMS sensors
- Advanced materials
- MEMS manufacturing
- MEMS in automotive
- MEMS in consumer electronics
- MEMS in mobile & wireless
- MEMS in industrial
- MEMS in communications infrastructure
- MEMS in energy
In addition to your amazing and educational content, your blog may include:
- An application or technology photo as a 300 dpi jpeg or
- A short video clip
||Publish a Press Release
MSIG wants the new MSIG website to be THE industry-standard resource for all things MEMS. Help us to realize this vision by uploading your press releases to the Member News section of the MSIG website.
For each release, be sure to include the following information:
- Body of Press Release
- Contact information for publication
- Contact information for internal purposes (company name, first name, last name, title, phone number, email address)
An important part of MSIG’s role in championing MEMS is to engage with technology editors in the US, Europe and Asia about contributed article opportunities. In some cases, editors ask us for expert spokespeople who can discuss some facet of MEMS or MEMS-enabled applications. In others, editors are looking for a polished contributed article on a specific topic, such as sensor fusion, giving us the opportunity to include MSIG member companies in articles that we byline.
In both cases, MSIG needs to know what you would like to discuss with the press so we may refer these editors directly to you or include you in a MSIG-bylined article.
MSIG offers speaking opportunities for our hosted conference tracks at industry events such as Sensors Expo, MEMS Executive Congress and CES. All member companies automatically receive a “Call for Submissions” from MSIG for these and other events. Speakers are later chosen via a competitive application process.
||MSIG's Image Gallery
MSIG is launching our first MEMS image gallery, to give media across the globe a one-stop resource for royalty-free images. From MEMS devices, software and equipment to foundries, advanced materials and MEMS-based applications, we want your content in MSIG’s Image Gallery.
SUBMIT YOUR IMAGES NOW: To add your content, upload a 300 dpi jpeg and include one-sentence description, telling us and other members more about your image.
Stay in Touch with MSIG PR
The best way to take advantage of MSIG’s PR opportunities is to stay in touch with MSIG PR.
MSIG’s PR Partners—Are you on MSIG’s PR Partner distribution list? How about your PR department or firm? If you have not been receiving emails about MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress, CES and other PR programs from Maria Vetrano, MSIG’s PR Consultant, email Ellen Saksen, Director of Marketing, to get onboard.
MSIG PR Partners on LinkedIn—Join today for updates on article and speaking opportunities, award submissions and more.
Email—Contact Maria Vetrano, Principal of Vetrano Communications, MSIG’s PR consulting firm, for more information on how to increase your involvement in press opportunities.
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