- The first thing you need to do when you have a newsworthy story to share.
- Tips on how others continue to recognize & acknowledge the press you’ve received – months after it’s stopped running.
- One key element every press release should have – without it you’re lost.
- The 5 provocative seeds of interest that leave readers wanting more.
To demonstrate that the tips I provide work, I’m proud to say that just this month, after submitting press releases to some local publications (announcing my return to Boulder from Kaua`i), I’ve received coverage in two of them.
I’m in the print version of today’s “Business Plus” section of the Boulder newspaper called The Daily Camera. And, it’s online as well at http://www.dailycamera.com/business/ci_22363057/5-questions-write-direction-owner-debra-jason
I’m also on Page 14 of the January issue of the Advertising & Marketing Review – a local trade publication that is no longer printed, just online at http://www.dpub.us/AMR/AMR.html
PR is just one of many channels for increasing your exposure. It’s important to get your name out there, build your brand, and begin connecting with people.
What are you doing to get your name out there? Share your latest PR accomplishments in the comment section below. I’d love to hear from you.
P.S. Want to get your copy of “How to Get Amazing Free Publicity?” It’s one of 34 marketing resources available in the More Income, More Impact Giveaway hosted by my friend and colleague, Ava Diamond. Check it out at http://moreincomemoreimpact.com
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