Getting Publicity for Your Event Business
- Title:Getting Publicity for Your Event Business
- Category:Business & Sales
- Instructor:Sasha Vasilyuk
- Length:45 min
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Your company may provide better services, but if your competitors have better press you're likely to lose customers to them. And companies with strong media coverage can charge higher prices. Press coverage of your business serves as a third party authentication, and validation of your value proposition. In this class, we'll provide an insight into what editors and publishers look for in story ideas, share best practices for pitching the media, and show how to use press coverage to drive business once you get it. Armed with these best practices, you'll be empowered to get, and use, publicity for your company.
Identify best practices for pitching editors, and what not to do when pitching.
Draft a story idea in a way that gets maximum attention.
Find out what specific types of stories and topics journalists are looking for.
Implement strategies for leveraging press for your business once you get it.
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