How To Share Your Success Story Without Sounding Like You Are Bragging
A great way to celebrate your achievements and capitalize on your successes is to share them with your clients, members, community leaders, and other influential decisionmakers. But how can you do that without sounding like you are bragging?Tell the story of your success using one of these five approaches, which will work for newsletter articles, website content, and press releases.
How To Get FREE Publicity Whenever You Want !
What you are about to read is a step by step guide to getting FREE publicity. Simply, this is advertising that costs nothing, yet can bring in regular and substantial orders for your products and services.
Killer Press Kits - Press Kits That Demand Attention
So, you've had your book published or you've gone the self-published route, but what do you do now?You contact a newspaper, radio or television station requesting an interview and they ask you to send them a press kit.First of all, don't panic.
Put Yourself in the Reporters Shoes
Imagine you're the technology reporter at a daily newspaper. You learn that a new computer virus is making the rounds on the Net and you find that it has shut down three local banks within the past few hours.
The Feeding Tube for Your Business
There are a lot of things that make a business full of clients and running smoothly.We all know you need a constant stream of clients.
How to Make Publicity Work for Your Business: Six P.R. Strategies to Use Right Now
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Business Community Relations 101 - Getting the Most Out of Your Chamber of Commerce Membership
Since the major part of a small business typically comes from business to business services, it is essential to maintain a positive standing with the local business community. It is of value to you to join as many business type organizations as possible in your town.
How Public Relations Changes Minds
Public relations changes minds in the process of delivering
what business, non-profit and association managers need
more than almost anything else - the kind of key stakeholder
behavior change that leads directly to achieving their
managerial objectives.It happens when the right kind of public relations alters
individual perception, thus doing something positive about
the behaviors of those outside folks that MOST affect a
Your Online Newsroom: How to Give Reporters a Tip
It's hard to imagine a reporter working today who doesn't regularly visit "official" company websites. And it's hard to imagine just how much those websites have improved reporters' lives.
Media Training: How to Tell a More Interesting Story
PRESIDENT BUSH TELLS A STORYOn March 18, 2005, President Bush stood before a group of Florida voters to tout his social security plan. He did something quite ordinary during his speech.
Media Training 101: When 60 Minutes Knocks On Your Door
You never know when 60 Minutes will knock on your door and if not them, then maybe a local investigative reporter. A little media savvy is a valuable skill for executives and their image-conscious organizations.
Media Training 201: The Reporters Have Done Their Homework. Have You Done Yours?
Just about anyone who has been in the public eye has a story of the media interview that went south. "I talked to that reporter for an hour and all they used was a ten-second sound bite!" or, "He said he wanted to ask me about X when that was just a way to get in the door so he could talk about Y.
Mastering the Media
What do Monica Lewinsky, Shoshanna Lowenstein, and even Richard Hatch have in common? Media exposure. They were ordinary people who became household names.
Five Great News Stories You're Sitting On Right Now
Smaller companies don't always have the budget - or inclination - to retain a PR
hotshot to tell the world about their business success, but that doesn't mean they
aren't a ready source of news.The problem is it's often dull news which is ignored by all except the industry press
and quite rightly so in most cases.
Easy to be Foolish About PR
In fact, here are three really foolish goofs made by too
many business, non-profit and association managers.If that's you, you foolishly do nothing positive about the
behaviors of those important outside audiences of yours
that most affect your operation.
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