Why we rejected that news you sent us

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It’s no secret that we get a lot of pitches sent in by email here at The Next Web. We obviously don’t write about everything that’s sent to us, but quite often we don’t explain why we’re passing on coverage of a particular announcement. This silence on why we said ‘sorry, no’ or simply never replied at all, often frustrates the startups and PR companies that email us. We’d love to reply to everyone and explain why their pitch didn’t make the cut, but if we did that we’d have no time to actually write articles about the things that did make the…

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