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Publicity Jumpstart - How to Get PR for Your Product Line

Andreea Ayers

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9 Lessons (2h 9m)
    • 1. Setting Up Your Business for PR For Success

      10:45
    • 2. Your Publicity Plan

      9:08
    • 3. Perfecting Your Magazine Pitch

      23:39
    • 4. How to Write Effective Press Releases

      8:22
    • 5. Working with bloggers

      18:55
    • 6. Ten Tips for Publicity Success

      20:50
    • 7. DIY vs. Hiring a PR Firm

      7:06
    • 8. Grow Your Business by Getting your products featured in Holiday Gift Guides

      9:44
    • 9. Getting Your Products on Celebrities

      20:28
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1 of 1 students recommend this class
Lots of good information in this class, but it would probably be better served up in smaller classes (and it would be really helpful to have less words on the the slides, and more slides). Some of the content is specifically geared toward marketing a product, so if you are marketing a service or experience, you may need to extrapolate quite a bit. I skipped some of the content as irrelevant for my needs, but found it helpful nonetheless.