Recipe for Press

Revolutionizing the Way Entrepreneuers Manage Their Own Public Relations


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High Five to Recipe for Press workshop grad Lindsay Troutman of Copper & Torch. Check out her FULL PAGE spread in the new issue of Better Homes & Gardens. Congratulations Lindsay!

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Pitch Lab Nashville, our day long workshop to prepare brands for pitching holiday gift guides and to learning to create relationships with editors was a huge success! Thank you to The Skillery and #katievance for hosting the event in your beautiful new digs and to#Lonnymag market editor, Catherine Dash, for flying in from New York to share her insights, direction and inspiration, and to all who participated. You’ve got this!


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We’re delighted to share another DIYPR success today: Recipe for Press grad and founder of Charm Etiquette Erika Preval has landed this fabulous feature in the June issue of The Atlantan! Way to go, Erika!
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You might say that we geek out around great photography around here– and that’s because your photos can make or break your brand. Editors like to see product shots that look as if they already belong in a magazine, so it’s worth investing in crisp photos of your product against white backdrop. A fabulous example of press-worthy photos are those recently shot by the resourceful Amanda Kapousouz of Tin Cup. After attending a Recipe for Press workshop, Amanda made her own lightbox and snapped some beautiful shots of her handmade horsehair keychains. We love her take-charge approach and the clean, professional feel of her pics. Amy approved!

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