Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) July 13, 2011
Nationally acclaimed public relations expert, Kate Engler, known as The Publicity Princess, will pull back the covers and share PR trade secrets with Australian businesses to help them in these tough economic times.
In the closed-door sessions to be held in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide, Australian businesses will get to hear first hand the tips and techniques PR experts use to get free publicity for their businesses. http://www.freemediafortune.com
“Business has never been tougher for some people, and many face cutbacks – not only in their staff numbers but also in their marketing budgets. Publicity – free publicity - is the simplest and most cost-effective way for businesses to keep their name in front of their customers but many people are intimidated by it or simply don’t know where to begin,” explains Kate who has worked as a public relations professional in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.
Such an ‘insider’ exposé is frowned upon by PR agencies who are worried empowering small to medium business owners will see a plunge in their fat client billings.
Yet The Publicity Princess will not be deterred. She is committed to empowering businesses to grow at a time when most businesses are shrinking. The closed-door sessions of http://www.freemediafortune.com held throughout July and August will cover:
- Why is publicity so valuable
- Three simple strategies for getting free publicity NOW
- Find out how easy it is to generate publicity for small business
- Insider secrets and tips for getting your media release read by the journalist
- Why most people don’t use publicity
- Key ways to get free publicity for your product or service
- Rules for writing media releases
- How to uncover hidden profits in your business via the strategic use of publicity
Kate, who has previously worked with companies like World Vision, Bedshed, Austin Hospital, Australand, Dilmah Tea and P&O, will share success stories of solo-preneurs through to large companies and show in a simple, step-by-step manner how Geelong businesses can achieve the same growth results without the expense a public relations company.
People wishing to attend the closed-door session MUST register as seats are limited. http://www.freemediafortune.com