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We get hundreds of leads each day on dozens of topics. But we only send you leads in your specialty to save you time.

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PR LEADS has helped more than 4,000 business experts, solo PR firms, and small businesses. And we can help you get the publicity you need to:

  Build credibility
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  Show why you are better and different from competitors
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  Grow your business
  Help your clients get publicity

PR LEADS General Advice

/PR LEADS General Advice

Family law attorney gets free publicity with tips from PR LEADS and "Reporters Are Looking for You!"

  * PR LEADS Success Story: Jacqueline Newman, Family Law Attorney “Thanks to your daily tips and the template for responding to leads, I got quoted in The Huffington Post! Thanks, Dan. Keep those tips coming!” Jacqueline Newman Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd, LLP My best tips are now in a book called “Reporters Are [...]

Happy 12th Birthday, PR LEADS! Lessons To Help Grow Your Business

Twelve years ago this month, I got a contract to resell the ProfNet service. I had spoken about ProfNet in my speeches and realized the people in my audiences couldn’t afford it. So I contacted ProfNet and they agreed to let me resell their service. But they said I needed to make sure the people [...]

Management consultant gets publicity with PR LEADS

Andreas Scherer is managing partner of Salto Partners, a Management Consulting firm that is focused on increasing its customers’ top line revenue and getting things done operationally. Here is how he uses PR LEADS to get more business: The PR I get is used in the following ways: 1. Email and Social Media Marketing: I send [...]

Pitching Reporters: Don't Make These Mistakes

Reporters need ideas from you to write their stories. But there is a right way and a wrong way to pitch your story. Here are a few tips on what not to do so you can get free publicity. Don’t even think of breaking these rules if you want to get published. 1.     Don’t assume [...]

Now's the time to plan your editorial calendar

Now’s the time to create your editorial calendar for 2012. What articles should you write to tie into themes that your customers want to know about? What articles will reporters write that you can contribute to? I can help you create your editorial calendar as part of a one-time coaching session so you get all [...]

2012 Marketing and Publicity Trends Predictions

I’ve been correctly predicting Internet marketing trends since 1994 when I wrote one of the first books on Internet Marketing. I’ve been right before so there’s no reason to think I won’t be right again. You can bet the farm on most of these trends and get even money on the others. 1.     Mobile marketing [...]

Publicity Tactic: Are Your Biggest Competitors Really Your Best Friends?

My article on Publicity Ethics last week really struck a chord. I received many “good job” messages and only a handful of unsubs. Vijay asked a good question. Could I provide examples of “co-opetition” the word that means how to work with your competitors? Some of my best friends are “competitors.” That is, we all [...]

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