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How to get your technology product reviewed

Getting technology products reviewed can sometimes be challenging. You need to make sure that whatever you do, you find someone who accepts products to review, interest them in your device, then send them the product and supporting information, and be ready to help throughout the review process. If that’s something you want to do, then...

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21 tools every PR should know about

Whether you are new to PR or an old hand at public relations, there are really some essential tools that you should be using or at least should know about. 1) Responsesource Website: http://www.responsesource.com/ ResponseSource provides easy-to-use tools that connect PR professionals and businesses to journalists, enabling them to give stories relevant coverage – quickly...

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Five quick tips to set up PR share of voice of monitoring

If you want your company or product/service name to come up when a potential customer searches either on an online news site or when reading print publications, you need to have a plan. Of course this plan will include developing stories, reaching out to the right media. Knowing whether the results of your plan are effective needs good measurement – which unfortunately is probably one of the trickier aspects of PR.

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The ideal pitch to the press – part 10: time sensitive

Including bullet points within your pitch gives journalists an at-a-glance summary of the pitch but what if your pitch is time sensitive or exclusive? 10. TIME SENSITIVE/ EXCLUSIVE INFO:  Where your pitch is time sensitive, tell the journalists so they know exactly how long they’ve got to pick up and run your story before it...

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The ideal pitch to the press – part 8: attachments

So we now know what should be included within the pitch, but what about attaching additional information on the client such as press backgrounders and including links within your pitch to their website? 8. INCLUDING ATTACHMENTS: This is a no-no. Your pitch should have everything in the email body itself. URLs should be included with...

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