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Hey Mandy – Don’t forget about 24-7 Press Release Newswire (may be found at http://www.24-7pressrelease.com) – Around since 2004, distribution includes Associated Press, top papers – You’ll also find some great press releases from NASA about the Space Station there (over 300).
It’s not a bad idea to have a standard-issue press release with some contact information and details about upcoming dates. Try to be pithy, and get to the point. No one cares your band is on tour except you and your parents, so don’t lead with that right out of the gate.
Once you’ve set the scene, it’s time to bring your details to life with a quote that reporters can use for context around your announcement and help paint a picture of how your news affects the given industry, customer base, and landscape.
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When you utilize press releases, you’re giving yourself, your business, and your brand the benefit of having a multi-faceted, multi-channel, robust marketing campaign approach. Press releases also allow you to maximize your impact and visibility.
First word capitalized. As are all proper nouns. Most headline words appear in lower-case letters, although using a stylized small caps font style can create a more graphically news-attractive look and feel. Do not capitalize every word.
• Newsjacking – Is there a something going on in the news that you have a unique angle or an educated perspective on? A potential solution to a problem? Newsjacking could be your best This requires you to act fast, but can pay off big time.
Offer details here that strengthen your narrative, like creative or noteworthy ways your company developed the project or announcement at hand. Or, when applicable, comment on future implications of your announcement. 
News reporters are under a tremendous amount of stress to churn out stories. Consequently, any news item that’s delivered to them press-ready is a blessing. Translation: if you can craft a press release that already reads like a quality news story, it’s far more likely to get published. So, how do you write a news story?
RULE #2: Have a newsworthy story. To get your message communicated through the publication, you need to convince the reporter/editor that your message (or the story surrounding it) is newsworthy. So it’s got to have appeal to the entire readership of the publication.
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3. You’ll get a pretty report. The release distribution service(s) you choose will send you graphs and charts that detail how far and wide your news has spread. This will include the websites that picked up your news (there will be hundreds, but like a tree falling in the woods with no one to hear it, does content really exist if nobody sees it?), headline impressions (they don’t really matter), page reads (a significantly lower number, that may or may not matter), and interactions/clicks (see previous parenthetical). These reports look impressive, but when you dive into the actual KPIs and ROI, the results of the distribution will probably leave something to be desired.
I tend to model my press releases after the ones written by the professional Public Relations folks I learned from during my 20 years of working in the offline world. In order to get published in newspapers, you needed a compelling title followed by a succinct story written in 3rd person narrative that left the reader wanting more.
Another point. When sending a press release to an editor, the best way to send it by copying and pasting the press release as text in the email. (Never send a press release as an attachment.) Here is the argument against my statement above. I always attach the press release to the email and I’ve never had a problem. My counter argument is, How many times have editors rejected your press releases due to it being an attachment and you did not even know this? Here is why I say put the press release as text in the email and NEVER send it as an attachment to an editor. 1) What program does the editor use to publish their press releases? InDesign or a web program. Translation: The editor or writer has to COPY AND PASTE your press release into another program to get it published. 2) An editor what? Received tons of emails every day. Put yourself in the editor’s shoes. The editor is trying to open and get through hundreds of emails every day. If an editor opens an email and finds text in the email, he/she/trans can IMMEDIATELY READ THE PRESS RELEASE and can decide IMMEDIATELY, if they want to publish it. If the press release is attached as a Word document, the email can easily be ignored or deleted. Also the editor, another writer or graphic designer can copy and paste the press release directly from the email into InDesign or a web program. Or they can copy and paste the press release into their own Word document WITHOUT having to TAKE THE TIME TO OPEN an attachment. Also, a publication might have a policy which DOES NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO OPEN AN ATTACHMENT due to the treat of viruses.
On content-driven, information-rich websites we use press releases for more than the basic announcement. We also use them to release free white papers because we know they offer more opportunities for inbound links and the SEO benefits required to get a landing page ranked well in Google.
Include the company name in the headline, any subhead, and in the body of the first paragraph for better visibility via search engines and for news professionals and other readers. If you’re mailing a hard copy, you may put it on company letterhead.
The trick, professionals say, is knowing how to format a good release, where to send it, and what information to include. The release is the face of your company that you’re sending out into the world, so it’s not a task to be taken lightly. Don’t forget: With most press releases now available online through wire services or your company’s website, customers or clients may also be reading them, not just reporters.
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Press releases are a valuable, time-tested tool that can be used to generate earned media coverage, increase sales and spread your company’s message – but only if you’re strategic about everything from story identification and development to messaging and pitching. For the best results, avoid relying too much on shiny press release distribution services that are unlikely to deliver the ROI and media coverage that you’re looking for.
Tweet It. If I’ve setup the client’s Twitter account in PRLog, the release automatically is Tweeted as it goes live. Most likely, we’ve got Twitter set to auto-update Facebook, so it gets mentioned there as well. This step helps with indexing the release.
However, the real marketing magic comes when you know how to do the above well.  When you get that, a press release for your book can be a game changer for your sales and authority – not just a pride metric like many use it for.
The question is whether or not you’re targeting publications that would really be a good match for your news story. If so, I would write down a few of the important names and send them a personalized message, in addition to your press release.
Use free non-branded PR services (such as the sites in my table) for SEO purposes; use the paid wire distribution services if you are trying to land publicity in national magazines, newspapers, and top 10 news websites.
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If possible, include a link to an online copy of the same release. It’s good practice to keep a log of all of your press releases housed on your own website. This can make providing such a link easier to produce, as well as keeping a record for historical purposes.
I’d recommend reading the interview I did with these high school students. It could be inspiration and also has good tips: http://www.crowdcrux.com/learn-how-these-high-school-students-raised-money-on-kickstarter-without-a-dime-of-capital/