INSIDE PUBLICITY PROFESSOR: PUBLIC RELATIONS PLANNING
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Chapter 1: The Public Relations PlanLearn how to prepare an annual, comprehensive PR program from the easy-to-follow outline in this chapter.
Chapter 2: Press KitsLearn how to create a complete kit to attract serious attention from the media.
Chapter 3: Press Releases - News Release vs. Feature ReleaseLearn the difference between features and news and use sample templates to create press releases that generate results.
Chapter 4: The Fact SheetLearn how create an easy-to-read "Just the Facts" sheet and earn the respect of any editor by making his or her job easier.
Chapter 5: Photographs and Photo CaptionsLearn why a picture is truly worth a thousand words and provides a better opportunity for publicity. Newspapers don't have space for your thousand words, but your publicity photo may be just what they need to complete a page layout.
Chapter 6: Executive Biographies, or BiosLearn how to present yourself or your senior management as industry experts and a reliable resource for editors.
Chapter 7: Matte FeatureLearn how to take complete control of your message. Write a feature article that is more likely to be printed word-for-word in hundreds of newspapers than a standard press release.
Chapter 8: News and Feature Wire ServicesLearn how to send instantly your press release or news alert to local, regional and national media outlets and representatives. Learn how to send timely feature stories about your business, product, service or cause to feature editors and program directors.
Chapter 9: Media DistributionLearn how to target specific editors and assignment desks by region or specialty.
Chapter 10: Media Distribution ScheduleLearn how to prepare publicity materials and releases in advance, according to standard media schedules and deadlines.
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