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The Media Push Prides Itself on Consistency & Accountability

I work daily to get you press via traditional media (TV segments, print, talk radio) and new media (Twitter, blogs, Facebook) using my contacts, network and proven methods.

You and I will talk weekly to work on new ideas — PR is about crafting a story. The more you tell me about your business and what’s happening, the more likely I am to be able to get you PR.

Anytime opportunity arises, I contact you or you contact me and make yourself available. All PR will be ruined by an unavailable client.

Once a month, I give you a report of what I’ve done and achieved.

What It Costs

twitter2The Media Push prides itself on affordable, competitive pricing for small businesses below the local average. An initial agreement will require a three-month commitment and you should have a budget of at least $1,000 per month for PR. The Media Push is able to keep costs low due to eliminating overhead, giving personalized service and avoiding expensive distribution lists in lieu of personal contacts.

What’s Required of You?

Many things can make your PR more effective, and though not all are required, you should consider the following opportunities:

Seek the services of a recommended media coach before getting any media coverage.

Get high-resolution professional photos of you and your services and/or products before doing any pitching, due to the demand from print media.

Create a marketing plan with a PR plan of action so we can enhance what you are already doing to promote your business.

Revisit your graphics, SEO and website if these things aren’t effectively representing your brand.