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#13. 4 Steps To Follow To Get Your Press Releases Picked Up

podcast public relations publicity Dec 10, 2018

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You know it’s just a matter of time before this question is asked by your ED or a board member.

Did you send out a press release for --such-n-such-- event, initiative, or announcement?

I didn’t see it in the paper - or hear it on the radio.

Truthfully, how does that make you feel when you’re asked that question?

Do you cringe because….

One, you didn’t send out a media release - no time and no media contacts.  

Or two, you did send out a media release and it didn’t get picked up - no solid media relationships.

Well, it’s time to set yourself up for media success so that the next time that question comes around - or even better, before it’s ever asked, your nonprofit is front and center getting publicity coverage all around town (or online, or even in the national spotlight).  

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • 4 Steps to follow to get your press releases picked up
  • 6 tips to getting the media’s attention
  • How to ease into the process, gain confidence, and then go for the big publicity push!

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