How to Get Free Publicity!

By admin1 • March 30th, 2010

If you happen to have a business, an event, services to offer or a product to sell, there’s nothing better than getting a free publicity. A free publicity can get you the chance to be noticed and have your services or products be availed by the public or your event or business be known to the public. In order to get free publicity, you need first to understand what makes it. A free publicity starts with a published press release. You’ll be surprised to get the good things in your advantage that follows a successful press release. You might end up being interviewed in a noon time talk show over the radio or by one of the most famous TV show hosts in your local TV. This is how free publicity goes. You get invited to events and programs to talk about what you know and what you can offer. The next thing you need to know is how to get free publicity?

As I have mentioned, a successful press release is the first step on getting a free publicity. And a successful press release is basically a published press release. You need to create a really good and catchy press release to get things started. There are a lot of sites in the World Wide Web that can provide you tips on how to write press releases that gets published. When you have made your press release published, the next thing that you need to do is to get interviewed. It may be on TV, radio or print. Whichever you may be interviewed you have to make sure that you are able to spill your information in a credible and marketable manner.

Another effective tool that can be used in order to get free publicity is the internet. You can take advantage of the social networks out there by being active in forums and online discussions. Making your own blog and promoting your blog through e-mails and social network forums will be really of great help. You can also make your own audio-visual presentation and have it uploaded to video streaming sites like You can also try making an eBook that tackles the things that you wish people to know and or use and eventually advertise your products or services in that material. You should maximize the utilization these features in order to make things like free publicity happen. It just takes an effort and time but when good results get to accumulate, all your efforts will be all worth it.

It will also be helpful to speak to groups and make them see and value your credibility when it regards to the subject matter you wish to ponder. There are groups out there which provide seminars and workshops that will surely need speakers and someone like you might be the right person that they actually need. Another thing that you can work on is to offer discounted or free samples of your services or your products. Getting clients satisfied with your services and products will generate another form of free publicity which happens to be the word of mouth.

Paul Hartunian


By on March 30th, 2010 at 7:28 am

Free Publicity?We are a small credit solutions company helping consumers with raising their credit scores and saving them from foreclosure. We are geared up to expand and are looking for ways to use free publicity to create more of a buzz for our company on a larger scale. Any suggestions?

Set-up a blogsite, update daily and start from there. It’s a good place to meet people and can also create viral marketing through word-of-mouth and referrals.

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