Publicity

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3 tips for using HARO to get publicity

Are you curious how HARO (Help A Reporter Out) can help you get publicity for your business? HARO can be a great way to get quotes and features in major publications! Here are some key tips to get accepted by the reporter you're pitching: Stand out in...

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the #1 PR strategy tip

Do you have in your head that only certain publications are worth pursuing for publicity? It's perfectly fine to have a wish list -- I even encourage it -- but don't overlook other opportunities just because the publication isn't Forbes or Inc. or Entrepreneur. Take, for example,...

How to get free publicity

I don’t need to know who you are or what you do or what your specialty is to know your problem. I’ve spoken to and worked with enough people to know that the biggest thing standing between you and publicity is simply this: you asking...

The Key to Publicity Opportunties

A little while back, I shot two segments for First Coast News television station in Jacksonville, Florida. I didn't have to pitch myself for these, they just call me up anytime they have a story with a sports business angle. But it wasn't always that way....

How to Pitch for Publicity

I often say that the only thing standing between you and free publicity is your willingness to send an email. On the surface, sending an email might not seem difficult, but it holds so many people back from getting the publicity they want. One obstacle is that...

How to Leverage PR to Grow Your Business

Have you landed podcast interviews, guest blogs, etc. and then felt like they did nothing for your business? Garnering publicity for publicity's sake isn't how you grow your business. It's about SO much more than simply landing the opportunities and then sharing each one on social media...

My #1 advice when it comes to PR strategy

Back in June, my client Kate Bee of The Sober School was featured by Better Homes & Gardens magazine! And there's a big lesson here about PR… We pitched this writer January 3rd…. FIVE months before she was featured! And even though we followed up a few...