Today's Guest Post is written by Marsha Friedman, President of EMSI Public Relations. The print media landscape has changed dramatically in the last two years. Most major daily newspapers no longer employ book editors or staff reviewers. They no longer have the space for reviews, nor the revenue to pay for a writer to cover [...]
Getting a prospect to read a press release isn’t a cause for celebration. Getting them to take action is. Many press releases are written solely as information pieces that describe the who, what, when, where and how of a new product or service. However, many press releases I’ve read don’t ask the reader to take action. These press release writers want to tell the story. That is a good first step. But if you stop there, you will be leaving money on the table.
Press releases are meant to be promotional pieces of communication that help you tell the world about your new products and services. Reporters and prospects expect a certain amount of self-promotion. But how much is too much? This article will show you six ways to improve your press releases so they get read and you get the attention you deserve.
Is Old Media still relevant in today’s social media world in terms of getting publicity that helps you make sales? You bet. While it is great to get mentioned on blogs and social media sites, Old Media or Mainstream Media is still the place to be to get results. Here are 5 reasons to include [...]
A press release that gathers dust doesn’t help anyone. Your prospects and reporters need to find your press release when they search through Google. Here are 6 ways to make your press release stand out, above the competition, so you can get more qualified prospects visiting your website. Target a specific audience and put that [...]