Image credit: Michael Sloan and Jake Halpern for The New York Times, here.

The 2018 Pulitzer Prize winners were announced last week. Here at Keywee, we were thrilled to spot four Keywee customers among this year’s Pulitzer winners:

The New York Times – in the Public Service, National Reporting, and Editorial Cartooning categories

The New Yorker – in the Public Service category

New York Magazine – in the Criticism category

GQ – in the Feature Writing category


There were also a few additional Keywee customers among the finalists –

The Boston Globe – in the Local Reporting category

The Houston Chronicle – in the Breaking News Reporting category

The Los Angeles Times – in the Commentary category.


We’re excited for you and proud to help your award-winning stories reach more readers.

[If you’re interested in working with such publishers and helping their stories become even more powerful, we’re hiring.]

About Keywee

At Keywee, we make stories relevant and powerful for the world’s best storytellers — like The New York Times, The BBC, National Geographic, Forbes, and Red Bull.

Today, people aren’t coming to websites to search for content — stories find their audiences in feeds and apps. The upshot? Distribution is now the key for effective storytelling. Keywee’s platform unlocks audience insights using AI and data science, and infuses them into every step of the storytelling process: from topic selection, to story creation, to distribution and optimization. Keywee is backed by leading investors such as Google’s Eric Schmidt and The New York Times, and has been a fast-growing, profitable startup since its inception. To learn more, request a demo here.