February 28, 2013
There isn’t anything revolutionary about the concept that journalists must examine with each press release that they receive and determine whether it is newsworthy enough to pursue a story. That’s why it has become increasingly important that we, as PR pros, do our homework. Press release writing takes research, time and skill. We all strive for a message that drives results and catapults our clients into mainstream media.
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