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I do not understand why you’d add a Word template in this time of the social media press release. The modern approach is to pitch a succinct press release like you describe via mail, and to link to an online (social media) press release. Such a release can be linked to on social media and can get picked up by search engines. It’s excellent to increase your exposure. Here’s an example of how I’ve built a template for book releases: http://www.prezly.com/social-media-press-release-example/book
Think about how you’ve used inbound methods to transform your marketing strategies to be more personalized, approachable, and build relationships. Those same principles apply to your PR strategy: Create content to craft your own story and use tactful outreach to get reporters and analysts familiar with your brand.
Give journalists some time to craft a story around your press release by sending it to them — under embargo — the day before it officially goes live. (FYI under embargo just means they aren’t allowed to share the information in the press release until the time you specify.)
Hi Tyler. I’m sorry to hear you did not get the press response you were hoping for. I know how incredibly frustrating and disappointing this can be, so I feel for you. It’s hard to say exactly what happened without knowing what you sent, but it sounds like you may be confusing the press release with the pitch email. Your press release is a document intended for general distribution that covers all the pertinent details of your game/announcement. The pitch email is an email sent by you to a contact at a publication intended to pique his/her interest in your game by answering the question, why would this contact’s readership care about my game? Because each publication’s readership may have different interests, and because every writer is different, every pitch email you send should be personalized and tailored. That said, your pitch emails should also include your press release (via a link to your online press kit, copy and pasted below your pitch email, etc.), along with your other promotional assets, so writers have everything they need to cover your Kickstarter. I would offer these pieces of advice:
And finally … aim high, but be realistic in your expectations. Most journalists are swamped with press releases, so it may take you a few attempts and a bit of chasing to land press coverage for your business. Don’t give up though; determination and a willingness to learn can take you a very long way.
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The site itself has a very busy homepage with press releases visible on the first page. There does seem to be a good mix of release topics if you dig into the site. Small businesses are mentioned alongside larger companies, but finding the information takes time to make sense of what is there.
You use this template partly because the media don’t have time to plough through why the world needs a new widget or how it was developed (they simply want to know whether or not your new widget is of interest to their audience) and partly because the template makes it easy to cut the story to fit the space available. No need to edit. Simply cut from the bottom paragraph upwards.
2. The PRWeb version of the release will likely get “picked up” by 200+ media outlets, ranging from Digital Journal to The Boston Globe. This is automatically syndicated and not editorially reviews, and, to be frank, isn’t worth much of anything. Here’s what this looks like in action:
One tool, but certainly not the only one, is a press release. Keep in mind that most entertainment and music writers, even those in mid-sized markets are inundated with press releases on an hourly basis, so the window of opportunity here is very small.
There are still many benefits, as Daryl Willcox, chairman of DWPub, told eConsultancy. He explained that “social media pick-up” and “direct to consumer communications” function well “as part of a concerted, long-term PR or content marketing campaign.” Press releases will always have a place in certain complex industries — like finance and biomedical tech.
Any time you’re creating contact that is original, you’re establishing yourself as an authority in your industry. You’re positioning yourself as an expert in your niche, and that lets you build a sense of trust and loyalty among your clients and potential customers.
Press releases can also be a tool in online reputation management if you choose to include your brand name in the title. This is because when users search for your brand name in Google, many of the newspapers that publish your press release will show up high in the SERPs. This is advantageous because it allows your company to craft its own brand narrative.
To make things easier for bloggers and arts editors, make sure you have your social media assets available for easy re-use. You can prepare images that share nicely on social media or even offer a few pre-made shares for Facebook and Twitter and link to these from your press release.
Gavin is a staff writer at Fit Small Business, focusing on creating Buyer’s Guides on a variety of small business topics. Gavin has been at the intersection of content management and creation in the digital marketing world for over ten years. As a project and production manager, he led cross-functional teams and owned client relationships in the automotive, fashion, hospitality, and media industries. While working at various entrepreneurial startups, he created content for clients, rethinking their web presence and developing strategies to reposition their brands online. When he’s not writing, Gavin is a marathon runner, proud parent of an Australian Shepherd, and craft beer geek. He lives in Toronto, Canada.
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If not, you must provide the details of your media/PR department in the Contact section. If you do not have dedicated team for this function, you must appoint somebody who will act as a link between the and your people.