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What’s Your News? Getting Your Press Release Out There!

Posted on June 13, 2014 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

We all love free publicity and nothing will get you more exposure in the media than a well written and syndicated press release. A well-targeted release can showcase your business to your chosen target market and present you as the credible expert in their field.

But what should be in the perfect press release? Who should you send it to and how can you make it interesting enough to get it published?

Press releases need to be relevant and interesting. They need to capture not only the attention of the reader but, if you are looking for inclusion in a printed publication or for your release to be picked up by bloggers and Tweeters, they need to appeal to editors, webmasters and social networking fans.

How is what you have to say relevant to what’s going on in the news today? What angle or spin can you put on your story to make it current and ‘of the moment’?

If you’re at a loss as to where to start, relax, we can do it all for you.

At My Virtual Assistant, we provide a Press Release Creation and Submission service that includes a press release created to promote your business and submitted to online press release web sites.

For detailed information about the latest pricing, services and packages available, please download our latest information pack by completing the box on the right.

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