Demanding media recognition

Share, post, publish! There are so many media avenues you can use today to ensure your content is visible. Do you know what to say? How do you make your content stand out and demand recognition? Are you ready to write compelling press releases? What does it take for a press release to grab a reporter’s attention? And what are the professional writing tactics for social media such as blogs, Facebook and Twitter?  What steps should you take to ensure that your content shows up in search engines?

Forget what you may have learned in English or journalism class! Discover proven strategies for writing persuasive marketing content that will support your product promotions. Attend Media Relations’ free MarketSmart Academy Class February 20 from 8:00-10:00 a.m. on Writing Mediagenic Marketing Content, conducted by Heather Champine, vice president of Media Production, Media Relations Agency.

You will learn:

  • How to avoid common press release mistakes
  • The media-friendly way to write a contemporary press release
  • Tips for writing content that will be picked up by search engines
  • How pre-written articles can increase your selling power by increasing your credibility
  • How to adjust your writing style for social media

Space is limited so sign up today.

Written by Cynde Bock

As Marketing Manager, Cynde is responsible for helping to identify businesses for which our family of services would have the greatest positive impact, and establishing dialogs with key decision-makers within those companies.
She also serves as the lead recruiter for the Kocina family of companies as well as coordinate class offerings, registration and communications for MarketSmart Academy. With her educational background, she also fulfills a role as one of our trainers.
Cynde’s top strengths are Focus, Achiever, Responsibility, Maximizer and Relator. With that combination she does her best to be a purposeful and positive difference maker with excellence, joy and a “can-do” attitude.
She enjoys accepting new challenges and is highly conscientious in the planning, follow-through, and organization of new projects.
Cynde is spiritual and kind. She’s got a perpetual smile on her face and in her voice.  She is also a “Jill of all trades”, pitching in whenever we need an extra hand.