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5 Quick Tips for Knock-Out PR

Ann NoderWant to know how to pump up your PR? Check out these 5 quick tips from national PR expert Ann Noder of Pitch Public Relations.

1. Perfect your message
You should be able to effectively describe your product or company in two sentences.

2. Zero in on your market
Pinpoint your market so that your media outreach coincides with your audience.

3. Be the Story
Provide your own content to the media for use -- such as 5-10 tips on your area of expertise. Make it clear they're able to reprint as is and you might get some terrific automatic pick-up!

4. Don't Date Yourself
Past coverage listed on your website can hamper efforts to get additional press. Don't make your company look like old news. Only list the most recent hits!

5. Leverage Exposure
Make sure you are showing off all the media exposure to potential retailers, distributors, buyers or investors.

If you're looking for phenomenal media coverage for your business, there are still a couple of slots left in our PR program for June and July.  This media opportunity with Ann Noder and Pitch Public Relations is designed specifically for moms in our community! Submit an inquiry on our Special PR Opportunity page if you'd like more information.

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  1. Thanks! Great tips. I'm going to apply them to promoting my book app, Sleeping With the Laundry. They're easy to do and so logical, but something you might overlook. Thanks for sharing.

    author of the app, Sleeping With the Laundry

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