How to write a killer press release

How To Write A Killer Press Release

Brandon Uttley Marketing And Sales, Podcast, Starting A Business Leave a Comment

Want to learn how to write a killer press release?

In this episode of the Go For Launch podcast, I share tips from my nearly 30 years of experience in PR. I’ve written hundreds of press releases, and I know they are still effective in helping companies promote their products and services.

This episode is also on iTunes, Soundcloud and Stitcher.

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AP Stylebook Chicago Manual of Style Inverted Pyramid Writing Style Added 7/8/15: This post by TechCrunch Editor-at-Large Mike Butcher is must-reading if you want to know how to approach journalists! The Press Release Is Dead – Use This Instead

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Brandon Uttley

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Brandon Uttley is Commander and CEO of Go For Launch, LLC, his fifth startup. He is passionate about helping others launch and grow successful businesses.

When not working on his business, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children.

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