We’ve been hard at work this week here at TPPR chatting to clients and potential new clients about Christmas PR! It might sound a little bit like we’ve gone mad given that the big day is around 5 months away, but in PR land, Christmas starts in July. That’s because some magazines plan content 3 months in advance. And their December issues come out at the start of November…
Yes, it’s Christmas in July in PR-land
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Now, it’s time to craft a short press release you can send to the journalists compiling the gift guides. Luckily, you have team TPPR here to help! We’re going to tell you why good storytelling is at the heart of great press outreach AND help you find your stories.
Why you need to aim high with PR
Great PR closes the gap between what you want to achieve for your brand (coverage in publications for awareness and credibility) and what the journalists need (great stories!) so it will supercharge your results.
We once heard a brilliant analogy which demonstrates exactly why you need to tease out the story behind your brand and product or service to succeed at PR. Think of the story as the engine, pulling the carriages (key messages) along the track (marketing channel) to the station (your audience). The stronger and more compelling your story, the more powerful it will be at delivering those key messages to your audience!
Teasing out your business story
So how can you find your business story? Well, as ever we are here to help so we’re sharing three of our top tips! There are so many more examples but these three are a great place for you to start:
✍️ Where did you come from? What’s the story behind how you came to launch your business? It will almost certainly be different from the story behind how someone else in your sector or a similar role got there! Just ask the TPPR team about how each of us got to be working in PR…! 😆
✍️ What do you do differently? Is there anything innovative, forward thinking or interesting about the way you create your product or deliver your service?
✍️ What impact are you having? Does your business change people’s lives or change the way they do something for the better?
Remember that you know your business inside out, but to create stories for PR you need to try to see it from the outside. Trust us, it isn’t as hard as it might seem when you get started. Good luck!! 💖 If you would like to chat about our amazing Christmas PR packages, why not drop us a line?