Recipe for Press

Revolutionizing the Way Entrepreneuers Manage Their Own Public Relations

Author Archives: Amy Flurry

You’re invited to my book launch!

You’re invited to my book launch!

Good news! My new book Recipe for Press: Designer Edition is here and you’re invited to the book launch event in High Point, North Carolina on February 24. This is going to be a day of learning, mingling with editors, socializing and shopping special sample sales. The event does require an RSVP, so please reach out …Continue Reading

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5 Reasons THIS Media List Matters (to you!)

5 Reasons THIS Media List Matters (to you!)

illustrations by Harper Calhoun Who has the time? Editors move around…..and often. The person you reached out last year may likely have taken a job at a competing publication two months ago (and is now contributing to two new online sites). Six of us spent an entire month adding new names and publications then checking …Continue Reading

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Why a Media List is an Essential Tool for Small Businesses (and what sets ours apart)

Why a Media List is an Essential Tool for Small Businesses (and what sets ours apart)

There are media lists that are rarely updated, full of the names of obscure and/or long-ago-moved on contacts that you’ll never use or that simply don’t apply to an entrepreneur in the home, lifestyle and design target market. And then there is the Media List by Recipe for Press, updated regularly line-by-line and with the …Continue Reading

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Move over Chip and Joanna!

Move over Chip and Joanna!

written by Amel Alyamani  photography by Grayson Frizzelle Be honest, the news announcing the end of Fixer Upper left us all feeling a little empty. Chip and Joanna’s hilarious back-and-forth made for great television. But worry not. There’s a new couple coming out of Athens, Georgia who are positioned to fill their void and to …Continue Reading

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Ask Amy

Ask Amy

Q: How and when should I follow up? A: Follow-up by email (but only once), keep it brief and use the same image that you included in the pitch as a visual prompt. Give an editor a week to ten days before following up. Any more borders on pestering.

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