WordPop White Paper: A Guide to Visual Communication

Are you ready to dip your toes in the Facebook "go live" pool? Is it one of your 2017 goals to provide compelling visuals to news outlets? WordPop recently attended the PRNews Media Relations conference and came away with a bunch of tips for upping your visual communications game this year. Download WordPop's Guide to Visual Communications!

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WordPop White Paper – Get The Word Out About Your Event

Your biggest annual event is coming around the corner and you want it to be the biggest turnout yet. How do you get the word out to the people who would be most interested in attending? How early do you have to start? The earlier, the better. We recommend starting at least three months out. But the idea of not only planning the event but publicizing the event can seem overwhelming when you don't have [...]

By |2016-09-03T09:15:31-07:00July 15, 2016|Events, WordPop White Paper|0 Comments

WordPop White Paper – How To Draft A Press Release

You've heard the term "press release" but don't really know what it is or how it's formatted. That's why we've created a formatted "press release" that walks you through the process of writing a press release. If you're ready to draft a press release for an upcoming event or news announcement, we can always review your draft and offer tips for building your press release skills. Download our white paper: How To Draft A Press [...]

WordPop White Paper – How To Create A Media List

You're ready to take the next step in boosting your organization's visibility, but how do you even get started in working with the media? Here are the first few steps to building lasting relationships with media: 1. ID your target publications 2. Refine your list of publications 3. Really get to know the publications and sections 4. ID your journalists 5. Start to form relationships For the full list with how-to's, download our one-sheet: How [...]

By |2016-05-10T21:34:18-07:00May 10, 2016|WordPop White Paper|0 Comments
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