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Free Publicity Tip: Great Way to Re-Use Your Pitch Letters

Justin Brady Justin Brady, (http://blog.testoftimedesign.com) is a creativity expert who thought of a great tactic to do  if you don’t get selected. Find the article and then post your ideas to the comments section of the online version of the article. That’s a great use of your time and energy. After all, you’ve [...]

Free Publicity Tips: Pitch Letters Must be Written for Mobile Reporters and Producers

Reporters Are Looking for YOU! You’ve heard that you have 15 seconds to capture a person’s attention with a sound bite. Or maybe it is 7 seconds. Or even 5 seconds. The info is all over the map, but the truth is plain: People have shorter attention spans than ever before. And that [...]

How to Pitch Reporters and Get Results: A Reporter’s Point of View

Lisa Earle McLeod Lisa Earle McLeod is a syndicated columnist who uses PR LEADS to find sources for her articles and books, including her latest: "Selling with Noble Purpose." She is a sales leadership consultant. Organizations like Apple, Kimberly-Clark and Pfizer hire her to create passionate, purpose-driven sales organizations. She is also a [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:14+00:00March 5th, 2013|Book publicity|0 Comments

Are You Serious About Marketing Your Book?

Every author says, “If only I could get onto Oprah, I’d have a best seller.” Of course, if you’ve ever been on Oprah (and I know some of my readers have), then we all know that isn’t true. I wondered why people don’t say, “If only I could get my book onto USA TODAY’s book [...]

By |2016-11-28T23:38:14+00:00February 25th, 2013|Book publicity|0 Comments

10 Ways to Make Your Book Pitch Stand Out So Your Book Gets Free Publicity

Ellen Reid Smith's book, "How to Rope a Kick-Ass Life" Ellen Reid Smith writes books about cowgirls (Cowgirl Smarts: How to Rope a Kick-Ass Life) that have some western humor where she uses a western kitch language to lighten the subject matter. She asked me: Should authors avoid the language their book is [...]

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 [...]

Project management consultant gets book contract thanks to PR LEADS

“Thanks to PR LEADS I received a contract with John Wiley & Sons to publish my next book on project management.  One of the daily PR Leads put me in touch with a publisher from Wiley seeking professional authors.  A month or two later, I have a signed contract. Thanks a million!” Tres Roeder Founder [...]

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