PR

You’re doing great work and getting great feedback from clients. But often it’s a well-kept secret! Yellow Bird works with you to identify those PR stories which are the most newsworthy and likely to be picked up by the local, national and trade press.

Tailoring your PR strategy

We’ll help you to:

  • learn the key components of a good story;
  • identify the stories within your business that are of interest to a wider audience;
  • select relevant publications and find out what they are interested in;
  • create your media contacts list;
  • structure your press release for publishing; and
  • amplify your coverage.

Interested in learning more? Take a look at our step-by-step SlideShare guide:

Access our Press Release template here.

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