This news release displays several significant errors: it bases the story on the Jets’ local whiteout tradition but fails to explain to outsiders that it means dressing in white to support the team; there are also many unnecessary extra words, especially ‘for, in and of.’ The headline indicates that there is white involved but the subhead and lead do not.
In this continuing perspective on PR tools, one of the most important and overlooked ones is how to build media relationships. If you consider what is a media relations strategy, then you understand the importance of how these tools pertain to many facets of life.
The PR Writer continues to analyze PR tools and offers the 10 best News release tips for 2019.
Outside of the PR field, most people wonder what PR people do and what are the PR tools they use. The article explains PR professionals to the outside world.
The PR Writer looks at how to shorten references to locations in his blog about best PR Tools for 2019.
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How to be a better online writer overnight – makes a bold claim, improving your writing in one day. This writing system immediately improves almost any sentence.
Many cannabis companies and the government issued news releases on Canada Newswire today to celebrate legalization. Their writing, however, was as flabby as a hand-rolled joint. Extra words, word repeats, grammatical errors and passive voices.
I have waited my whole life for this day: Oct. 17, 2018, Canada becomes the first Western country to allow full marijuana legalization, medical and recreational.
In this PR Writer news release analysis, some essential errors in a story about #roadsidetesting are corrected, passive voices eliminated, and the headline now connects with the lead.