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###What is it (1-2 sentences)
Typeform makes it easy to create beautiful surveys. Of the survey providers out there, they place the one of the highest premiums on the experience for the survey recipient which leads to better survey completion rates.
###Why I like it (2-4 sentences)
I work in UX so it's really important to me to use and champion products that also value good user experience. Sure, Google Forms is functional, but it's not aesthetically pleasing. With a TypeForm survey, I get to carry the principles of highly engaging, quality user experience that I value in the products I build to the survey platform I use.
There's also also a healthy number of templates to get you started, and their free tier has enough features to get you started. But, if you're in UX or you value collecting user data for business decisions (which you should), then you'll probably upgrade to their paid tiers, which really isn't too bad. I feel like as long as you send a survey a quarter then you make up the value.
If you need integrations, there's also support for HubSpot and Zapier.
Submit.co is a simply table of press sites to get coverage for your startup. It shows the name, url, twitter handle, and a few other relevant details for each publication, and it's all assembled in one easy table.
For someone looking to get press coverage, this is probably the easiest table for you to get started. It's just a dump of links and submit pages to reach out to these outlets. Some are going to be harder to land coverage because they're AAA publications (e.g. Mashable and The Verge), but there's also a list of smaller outlets that will probably give you a shot if you pitch them a decent story.
This is a site 100% dedicated to the most general way to reach out to a press outlet. That means there isn't any contact info for a more targeted outreach. In short, that means coverage will be hard to get because you're essentially cold emailing.