|3 Ways to Land Media Coverage When You Don’t Have News
By: PR Daily
If you’ve got no news to pitch to journalists, create some.
Some of the ideas below can be implemented cheaply; some will require a larger portion of your budget. Nor can they be pulled off overnight; these suggestions are intended as part of a long-term strategy, not quick fixes.
1. Conduct relevant research.
Where will your industry be in 2030? Do you have access to reliable predictions? What are the biggest challenges you might face, and what are the best ways to solve them? What are the most innovative things happening in the industry right now?
Use in-house resources—such as hard data and insights from your senior leaders—along with relevant government data, reports from think tanks, and interviews with executives at other organizations to convey the big picture.
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