You Can’t Put A Price Tag On A TechCrunch Post

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http://techcrunch.com – We’re reporters, so we hear a lot of bullshit. Lately we’ve been hearing that it costs $750 to get a post on TechCrunch, which we initially thought meant that one of our writers was receiving direct compensation for posts. This is what happened the last time we heard something like this. However, when we tracked the rumor through a game of tech PR telephone, we discovered that a PR firm called PRServe had been charging startups $750 to get a post on an “A-level blog” like TechCrunch and around $400 to get on lesser blogs, or, as the industry refers to it, “placem (IT news)