Pitching to the media might seem a bit scary but this free guide gives you everything you need to write your press release.
Have you seen other pet businesses feature in newspapers, magazines, on the TV and radio and thought, 'How can I do that?'
Having your product or service in the media means thousands and even millions of pet owners can find out about what you do.
It helps you stand out from the competition and builds trust in you and your brand.
If getting publicity has been on your pet business bucket list then you're in the right place.
I’m Rachel and I’ve helped hundreds of pet business owners get press coverage and I can do the same for you.
You can start by downloading my FREE press release template.
It’s a step by step guide on how to write a story about your pet business that journalists will bite your hand off for.
I'm Rachel Spencer and I've been working as a freelance journalist for 20 years, the last ten writing mostly about pets.
Whether you're a service provider, you make products, or you run a rescue or charity, knowing how to promote your business is vital and I can show you how.
I help pet business owners learn new ways to reach clients with my podcast, Publicity For Pet Businesses, so tune in for weekly tips to make your pet business visible.
“The publicity I’ve managed to get the charities I’ve worked for in the last few years is entirely down to the advice and guidance from Rachel.
“Working for a small charity, we don’t have the funds to pay people to write press releases so being able to do this myself has been invaluable.
“Now I have my own business, Nose to Trail, I’ve been able to hit the ground running, getting in the local glossy and in the Daily Mirror twice in the first three months since setting up.”
Rachel's website: www.nosetotrail.co.uk