PressReady is a program designed by two PR experts to teach you to be your own publicist, leveraging proven techniques for driving visibility and securing media coverage in top publications. From the do’s and don’ts of reaching out to media to writing a great pitch, how to capture an editor’s attention, when to pitch, what to pitch, producing SEO-optimized press releases and writing a great subject, PressReady will set you up for DIY PR success so you can build your brand and gain the recognition you've been seeking.
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1. Keep your content timely: Create content that complements the current conversation. If there’s a big event happening or something that everyone’s talking about, take advantage of that energy, and use the buzz to inspire you.
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We recently shared 5-Tactical Tips for DIY PR Success with Forbes.com. Catch a look at our tips below and head over here to Forbes to check out the original complete article.
Do you have a fantastic new product or service that’s growing quick yet not receiving the visibility you think it deserves? Perhaps you’re not ready to retain external PR and marketing support, but you don’t want to be forever stuck watching your competitors take news headlines.