Direct Contact PR, Internet media faxgrowth


Paul Krupin’s Trash Proof Marketing and Publicity Blog

Targeted Publicity Program for a History Book

بيع اسهم الرياضéxico/24-janette-nutis.html موقع فوركس لتداول

In November, I published a 400-page (20 in color) hardbound reference book with dust jacket about a particular regiment during the Civil War. It is the first of four books planned about the regiment. It is in pdf format without an ISBN. Although I’ve sold 300 copies locally (at $30 each), I’ve probably exhausted my available client list and would like to be able to offer it online in some format.

forex trading education

منتدى سوق الاسهم السعودي تداول

تحليل فوركس للذهبموقع-بيع-وشراء-الذهب-مباشر موقع بيع وشراء الذهب مباشر منتدى تداول فوركس بكم السهم الواحد في الراجحي بيع اسهم اسمنت الشماليه طريقة شراء الأسهم من الراجحي

افضل شركات فوركس

الاسهم الاردنيه والشراء من النت

تنصحوني بالشراء في اي اسهم

I think the most critical element of your approach to media would be to not simply describe what the book contains. You have to tell entertaining stories that are so good as to intellectually and emotionally engage the audience and capture their imagination and make them relive a piece of the history. If they like the hefty taste you give them enough, then they will want the whole set of books. The news release offers stories and photographs so as to communicate to media both the printable, audio and visual elements of the stories that can be shared so the media can easily imagine what the finished media coverage looks like and sounds like. You’ll have to be willing to let the media publish or use on TV the photos you have available for their feature stories. You might want to be the interviewee but you may also want to see if you can find family member descendants so as to enlarge the pool of people so you can add depth and greater human interest.

The next area to follow along and create a parallel outreach strategy by using Google to identify the clubs, associations, institutions, museums, events, historical societies, and other groups of people who devote considerable time and interest to all the above subject matter areas: history, the civil war, books, military, veterans, and so on. Start locally (e.g., with a search on “civil war history club + your location”) and branch out with sequential searches systematically, city by city, county by county, state by state, and so on, depending on how far you can reasonably travel offering to speak and give talks and lectures.

This will keep you busy for a while!