Recipe for Press

Revolutionizing the Way Entrepreneurs Manage Their Own Public Relations

Footnote: Clip

  In PR, whenever a client is mentioned in a publication, interview or blog, the piece is “clipped” and filed away in a clip book, which can be either a physical or digital compilation of press. Consider creating your own clip book to keep track of your brand’s presence!

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Take Note: Website Themes

  When an editor is introduced to a new product, the first place they go for more information is the brand’s website, and after just a few clicks, they decide whether your brand is worth sharing with thousands readers. Luckily, putting together a clean and stylish site is easier than ever with affordable WordPress templates from …Continue Reading

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Amy Approved: Way Way Allen

  The way your website looks, functions and performs has everything to do with whether an editor will choose to feature your product. We love coming across inspiring, editor-friendly sites, and recently we’ve been particularly impressed with DIYPR alum Way Way Allen’s beautiful new site! An editor will promptly leave a clunky, slow website, and …Continue Reading

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High Five, Jane Pope!

  We’re so excited that Recipe for Press graduate Jane Pope Jewelry has been featured in the Glitter Guide’s “Shop Talk” section along with some beautiful photos her studio! What a great example of showcasing both your brand and product.  Way to go, Jane!

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