The Burned-Out Blogger's Guide to PR

The Burned-Out Blogger's Guide to PR #2020

The Burned Out Blogger s Guide to PR For years as a Senior Writer at TechCrunch hordes of PR people and their endless pestering slowly took their toll on Jason Kincaid s sanity Meanwhile countless entrepreneurs shot themselves in the f
  • Title: The Burned-Out Blogger's Guide to PR
  • Author: Jason Kincaid
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For years as a Senior Writer at TechCrunch, hordes of PR people and their endless pestering slowly took their toll on Jason Kincaid s sanity Meanwhile, countless entrepreneurs shot themselves in the foot with basic PR mistakes spending far too much money hiring the wrong sort of PR people The goal of this book is simple to save entrepreneurs from the overpriced andFor years as a Senior Writer at TechCrunch, hordes of PR people and their endless pestering slowly took their toll on Jason Kincaid s sanity Meanwhile, countless entrepreneurs shot themselves in the foot with basic PR mistakes spending far too much money hiring the wrong sort of PR people The goal of this book is simple to save entrepreneurs from the overpriced and ineffective PR gurus of the world and to give them the tools they need to take on the media themselves or at least, to hire someone who doesn t stink.
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    This is a great read on PR for startups Founders and entrepreneurs tend to look for PR advice from their peers other founders and from PR people, when really you should be getting it from journalists Jason s perspective on PR that works for companies will always be top of mind when you craft your emails and reach out to journalists.

    This book is full of very useful and actionable tips It gives you a good idea what is going on in the mind of the reporter well at least one ex reporter Highly recommended for anyone looking for press coverage for their startup.

    A good place to start for your PR journey Most of these you ll experience in the first 6 months of trying to get your name in print

    This book had a lot of good information in it regardless of his slightly bitter outlook It definitely made me feel sad about the state of journalism though.

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