Journalists are leaving clues, online and off, about exactly what they need. And if you know where to look, you’ll have a leg up on all the other people who are pitching. This webinar will teach time-saving tips for generating thousands of dollars in free publicity in the glossies–even if you’re on a tight budget.
How to Write the Perfect Pitch Letter that Convinces an Editor to Write About You
Because most people pitch the media using email, a pitch letter sent by snail-mail can really stand out from the crowd. Learn how to structure the perfect pitch letter.
How to Publicize Your Event on Local, Regional and National Calendars
When planning an event that’s open to the public, don’t overlook the power of calendar listings. Submitting your information to these outlets, requires a lot of busy work. Learn the ins and outs of calendar listings.
How to Win the Support and Respect of Newspaper Editorial Boards
Newspaper editorial boards can be a valuable ally if you’re promoting a cause, if you’re in trouble, or if you want to muster support for an event or an issue. Learn how to present your case and follow up.
Secrets to Becoming a Columnist in Newspapers and Magazines
When you think TV publicity, don’t just think “Ellen”. Consider local news shows that need compelling guests. Learn the 7 things producers want in a good guest, how to pitch talk shows, tips for TV interviews, and how to host your own cable TV show.
Smart Tips for Free, Cheap and More Effective Ads
If you buy ads in newspapers, magazines or newsletters, you can sometimes piggyback free publicity off the ads. Some Publicity Hounds have even found ways to get ads for free, or at very deep discounts. The update of this special report also includes a variety of ways you can get free ads online.