Some good news: How COVID-era PR pros are succeeding NOW

I’m picking up where John Krasinski left off . . . and sharing “some good news” about PR wins happening since COVID hit.

But this is more than just celebrating inspiring stories. With the help of the PR pros behind the successes, I’m going to show you exactly how they succeeded, so you can too.

Join us next week for this free webinar:

Some Good News: How COVID-era PR Pros are Succeeding Now
Success stories you can copy to preserve your earning power

Date: Wednesday, June 3rd
Time: 1 p.m. ET (12 p.m. CT | 11 a.m. MT | 10 a.m. PT | 6 p.m. London)
Register now

  • Specific examples across all industries, all budgets; some with natural ties to COVID, some without
  • Learn from pitches that landed NY Times, CBS, NPR and key local & vertical outlets (and elicited thank-you notes from the pandemic-weary journos who got them)
  • Think outside the press release – how creative pros are blending earned with paid & owned to prove value
  • Lessons from veterans of previous recessions you can apply now to preserve your earning power while we edge toward recovery

This webinar is a special free bonus edition of the Smart PR Inner Circle membership program, and at the end I’ll explain how you can access special bonuses if you choose to participate.

A few weeks ago I was on a webinar with Reuters editor Lauren Young. She said some nice things about me and gave me permission to quote her:

“I co-presented on a webinar with Michael about how to pitch media during the pandemic. His presentation was excellent – I wish more PR pros followed the advice he gives.”

This free training will be invaluable – I promise. Register now, and I’ll see you next week.

This article was originally published on May 27, 2020

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