Use the tools, classes, and community provided by your membership to get featured in the press consistently, grow your company's credibility, increase traffic to your website, grow your customer base, raise your revenue and even build new business relationships.
Hiring a full-time PR firm just isn't feasible with your limited budget
You have no idea who to email and pitch in the first place
You aren't sure how to write a pitch that gets opened by the press
You don't live or work in a big city where you can show up and network with the media
You know you're ready to dive in, learn from the best, do the work, and master the art of public relations
#1: You are an entrepreneur who provides a valuable service to your raving clients, but you know you could put yourself on a bigger stage and serve many more people if your business had the right strategic exposure.
#2: You have (or make) a brilliant product that you believe in with all your heart...and bank account. You know that getting your product featured in the right places - in front of the right people - will catapult your success.
Here's what I know for sure. As a professionally trained teacher, an online educator, and a publicity strategist who has spent the last decade in the trenches with the press running a New York City publicity agency:
EVERY BUSINESS - BIG OR SMALL - NEEDS PRESS.
Vicky Popat, Founder of Plantogram
Jeana Rushton, The Fox & The Stone
Vicki Prussak, Carry Your Message
Candy Calderon, Health & Wellness Expert
It's low cost, with no long-term membership commitment or shady contract.
We know what running a business is like and so we created this platform to be an easy, stress-free way for you to build your business exposure while you manage your day-to-day.
Here are just some of the benefits you'll reap as a member:
Before I spent years in an actual classroom teaching and writing education curriculum – even my own textbooks at one point – I taught summer camp, and as an older sister I like to think I’ve always been drawn towards showing my younger cousins and siblings how to master new skills and embark on new adventures (whether all of those things were always a good idea is up for debate).
Later, while running a public relations agency in New York City for over a decade, I was drawn to teach again. This time, to teach entrepreneurs and small business owners all that I knew about getting publicity for their businesses and themselves. Those lessons began in coffee shops and in group meet-ups, and grew to national speaking engagements, to a small business community where I taught the magic of PR, to sharing PR skills with the national press, and eventually, many of those lessons, strategies, and tips became part of my ever-growing Press for Success online education platform.
SO I BUILT IT.