Manufacturing PR to be Available to Manufacturing Association Members

Written by Thomas Cutler

Ranked asrepparttar nation’s leading manufacturing public relations firm, TR Cutler, Inc. ( based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is launching a new affinity program providing intensive Manufacturing PR Media Blitz’ to members of manufacturing associations. According to Cutler, “Manufacturing Associations have been seeking ways to drive additional revenue streams. Overrepparttar 137935 past few years membership revenue has decreased and service revenue has been one ofrepparttar 137936 few ways in which these associations have been able to survive. Due torepparttar 137937 leadership role that TR Cutler, Inc. has inrepparttar 137938 manufacturing public relations arena, we have decided to introduce a program that will allow manufacturing associations to offer their members deeply discounted PR services starting in September 2005. There will be no cost forrepparttar 137939 manufacturing associations to participate inrepparttar 137940 program.”

- Cutler foundedrepparttar 137941 Manufacturing Media Consortium™ inrepparttar 137942 same year. This is a group of more than 2000 journalists worldwide writing about trends, data, case studies, profiles, and features inrepparttar 137943 manufacturing and industrial sector. Cutler worked with hundreds of media outlets to expandrepparttar 137944 coverage and importance ofrepparttar 137945 manufacturing media coverage.

10 Simple Techniques To Make Your Ad Get Powerful Attention

Written by Sergio Salzberg

10 Simple Techniques To Make Your Ad Get Powerful Attention

1. Make your ad's keywords and phrases standout by enlargingrepparttar text. This technique works wonders with headlines and sub headlines.

2. Make your products list of benefits and features stand out by using a symbol in front of each of them. The symbol could be a dash, solid circle, star, etc.

3. Use sub headlines to break up your ad copy and to capture a skimmers eye. You could make them even more powerful by highlighting them with color.

4. Use attention grabbing adjectives to describe your product. For example sizzling, incredible, high power, ultramodern, killer, eye popping, etc.

5. Place attention grabbing pictures above and within your ad copy. A powerful technique is to use before and after pictures of people using your product.

6. Use a headline that catchesrepparttar 137651 attention of your target audience. One ofrepparttar 137652 most effective ways is to use a free offer as your headline.

7. Place colorful graphs, pie charts and other charts in your ad copy. Use charts that will grab a persons eye and also support your product claims.

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