- Includes 27 lectures, over an hour of video content and pdf material.
- Learn how to write a pitch that journalists respond to and identify reporters most likely to write about your business.
- Learn how to build and leverage relationships with reporters.
- Build a compelling narrative around your brand, create a press kit and learn secret techniques to help you succeed.
This course will introduce Press Relations in a modern light and teach you how to identify and build relationships with reporters, create a compelling narrative around your brand and become featured in publications. You will also discover how to write a pitch that journalists respond to and how to handle negative publicity.
Brad Merrill, the teacher for the course is a serial entrepreneur, blogger, and tech journalist who has been writing and building things on the web for over a decade. His work has been read by millions of people, featured on Techme, and cited by a number of notable publications, including the Wall Street Journal.
This Press Release Course is designed for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and anyone looking for an actionable strategy to get their company or products featured within the press. If you want to learn how to get your company featured in mainstream publications and create pitches that drive results, enroll on this course today!
Who is this course for?
Suitable for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and anyone wanting their company or products featured within the press.
This course has no prerequisites
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