How to blow up your profile & profits with PR – free webinar

Are you ready to blow up your profile & profits with PR? I have been helping clients blow up their profile and profits successfully for years, providing strategic advice and securing coverage on BBC, ITV, SKY, Forbes, Guardian, Telegraph, Evening Standard, Independent, Daily Mail and a host of national, regional, online and international news media outlets! 

With over 15 years in the business, I know what a massive game changer it can be for your business to be featured in the media and the massive impact it can have on your business. One of the clients that I launched recently report record sales of £5million!  Do you want to catapult your profile and profits as they did? check this out free webinar below.


Free PR training

Are you ready to blow up your profile & profits with PR? Do you know the impact PR can have on your business. For those business owners that are just starting out or are on a modest budget this free training will help you to understand how to get coverage for you business without forking out thousands of pounds a month on a publicist of PR agency. 

 I’ve been helping clients blow up their profile and profits successfully for years. 

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DIY PR tips: 5 tips on building your media contacts list

So the new year is in full swing and your ready to share your new products, services and intitiatives with the media. So how do you go about it. Well to get in touch with the media to place and pitch your story ideas you need a way of contacting journalists. PR agencies and professionals pay thousands of pounds a month to access databases that contain thousands of contact details of journalists across the UK and internationally as it is a key part of service delivery.

Entrepreneurs and SMEs

For entrepreneurs
and small business owners who are on a tight budget there is a way around this,
and that is to create your own media lists. 
Just like in your day to day business you have dealing with suppliers
and customers/clients, you need to have a way of keeping note of their contact
details, job title etc. You need to do the same for the media you speak and

If you haven’t yet had any contact with journalists or bloggers, here’s are some tips:

  1. Research media that cover your area of work
  2. Look for stories that feature your competitors and add them to your list
  3. Include local and national newspapers that cover your area of work
  4. Don’t forget bloggers – create a separate list for bloggers
  5. Also remember broadcast – so digital radio stations and popular podcasts
    in your area of work

Use spreadsheets

You should start to
collate and build your list in something like an Excel Spreadsheet or similar
so you can keep track when you do make contact. You may find that the x
reporter is interested in your story but works on the Sunday edition so has
suggested you contact another reporter than covers similar stories during the
week. This is the start of your list building. It’s common to find one person
covers more than one magazine or topic or day of the week. You just need to
make note of this on your list and keep a note of when you spoke with them,
about what campaign and what the outcome is.

Don’t give up – Keep going

Once you start you
can keep building the list, you may find out about a new publication or have
been doing more research and found a ton more. As you find them keep adding
them on. It’s that simple.

Eventually you’ll be
able to group them into categories, broadcast media, print, online and soon
enough you’ll have your own database of media contacts. If you’re in a niche
market the number of publications maybe small, but that’s fine, work within your
means so you don’t overwhelm yourself.


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