How To Get The Media To Cover Your Story

Written by Ana Ventura

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Think about it this way: you write an ad and decide to placerepparttar ad in a few national newspapers and magazines. Your main interest is thatrepparttar 101068 ad is catchy and convincing torepparttar 101069 readers of those publications. You are not concerned thatrepparttar 101070 magazine or newspaper editors will likerepparttar 101071 ad, because it's not up to them-- you paid forrepparttar 101072 placement. But, when submitting material for public relations purposes you have to keep in mind thatrepparttar 101073 material has to suit bothrepparttar 101074 editor andrepparttar 101075 reader.

Ifrepparttar 101076 editor finds your work acceptable for bothrepparttar 101077 publication andrepparttar 101078 intended audience, you are well on your way towards a great public relations relationship withrepparttar 101079 media.

So,repparttar 101080 media are not much different from anyone else that you might find out and about inrepparttar 101081 working world-- they are just doing their job and trying to get material together. Keep their needs,repparttar 101082 reader's needs, and you needs in mind, and your PR skills will be top notch.

Ana Ventura specializes in helping businesses, organizations, and individuals get media coverage. She is a PR expert at DrNunley's , a site specializing in affordable publicity services. Reach Ana at or 801-328-9006.

The Art Of Writing Powerful Classified Ads

Written by Bill Daugherty

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Learn To Write Better Classified Ads!

Great new Ebook "How To Write Ads That Sell," by John Doe. John is one ofrepparttar leading authorities on online advertising today and he can help you write like a pro! Goto:(myURL)

This ad does satisfyrepparttar 101067 third rule by targeting potential customers for our product, but it fails miserable in all other aspects. That headline isn't going to grab anybody's attention. Andrepparttar 101068 body ofrepparttar 101069 ad is not only boring, it is trying to sellrepparttar 101070 steak instead of sellingrepparttar 101071 sizzle. People are not interested in your product or service per se, they are only interested in whatrepparttar 101072 product or service will do for them. How will they benefit from using your product or service That'srepparttar 101073 key to writing powerful ads. You must sellrepparttar 101074 sizzle, notrepparttar 101075 steak.

Now let's look at an ad for that same Ebook that does follow our three rules.

Powerful Ads That Will Make You Rich!

You are only minutes away from creating powerful cash generating ads that will make your hit counter explode and your sales skyrocket - I Guarantee It ! Goto:(myURL)

This is a much better ad. It follows all three of our rules. It has an attention grabbing headline. The body ofrepparttar 101076 ad talks not aboutrepparttar 101077 product, butrepparttar 101078 end result of usingrepparttar 101079 product. And our entire ad targets potential customers for our product. Seerepparttar 101080 difference?

It's just as easy to write a powerful ad as it is to write a weak one when you know and follow these three simple little rules. And remember, you will improve as you write more and more ads.

I wish you allrepparttar 101081 best in your classified advertising campaigns.

Bill Daugherty is the editor and publisher of the marketing and free advertising ezine "E-Power Marketing." Subscribe free at: Visit Bill"s latest project at:

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