I bet we know reporters who want to feature your product in a story.

Sometimes the key to great publicity is getting your story into the hands of the right journalist.  Chances are, there are reporters and producers out there who would love to feature your product in a story they’re working on right now. The hard part is finding out who they are. That’s what my company, Media Relations Agency, is here for.

We have our own proprietary database of media contacts. We’ll find new contacts who cover your industry, as well. We’ll call the media, find out who’s interested in telling your story and put them in contact with you. The best part is there’s really no risk to you: We charge per story we successfully arrange, not by the hour. Imagine the benefits of having your product featured in news stories on television, radio, online and in print.

How do we know the media will do stories about your product? We’ve been arranging media coverage successfully for almost 30 years. We have set up tens of thousands of favorable news stories. Try us with a project. That’s how most clients start with us. We could have reporters doing stories about your product within a few weeks.

If you have a product you would like to see in the news, call us. Pick up your phone, dial 952-697-5269, and ask to speak with Heather Champine. Heather is Vice President of Media Production, and she leads a team of publicists who arrange media stories across the United States and Canada. Heather will ask you about your goals. She’ll assess if our services would be a good fit for your product and let you know if your product or business is ready for media coverage. Or, if you prefer to submit an online form to get in touch with us, do so here.

Written by Lonny Kocina

Lonny is a visionary who is passionate about marketing. He believes that to be a truly great agency, our professional advice and deliverables must be based on a solid marketing foundation. He has made it his mission to ensure that everyone on our team knows and understands the basic marketing concepts and the SAM 6 process. Lonny pioneered the concept of our nationally trademarked Pay Per Interview Publicity® business model which enables clients to purchase publicity by the story. “It’s a familiar concept. If you pay for a pizza, you get a pizza; if pay for a car, you get a car; and with us, if you pay for media coverage, you get media coverage,” he explains. “Clients come to us because they are tired of paying hourly retainers and getting little tangible return.” When the Internet was in its infancy, Lonny also had the business foresight to quickly reserve portal web addresses such as publicity, media relations and checkerboard, and advised clients to do the same. Nearly 30 years since launching this agency, Lonny’s still finds great joy thinking about, talking about and writing about product promotion. He thrives on expanding our ability to help clients tell their stories to the masses.

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