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Seven tips for providing images to the media

In our last post we looked at how important images are to the journalists who use ResponseSource. If you’re trying to get your product or client into a story, you’re more likely to su[...] 19th October 2016
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Don't tell journalists what they *should* be writing ab...

We recently had some feedback from a journalist who'd submitted a request for very specific case studies. She was understandably frustrated that she'd received a number of replies from PR[...] 18th October 2016
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How important are images to journalists?

How important are images to journalists? We can’t ask every journalist in the country, but we do hear from a sizeable chunk of them every day through our Journalist Enquiry Service. We [...] 12th October 2016
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More ways journalists use ResponseSource you probably h...

Following on from our previous post Five ways journalists use ResponseSource you probably haven't thought of, here's a few more. Places to film or photograph an interview If you're look[...] 19th May 2016
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Five ways journalists use ResponseSource you probably h...

Journalists primarily use the ResponseSource Journalist Enquiry Service to request information for articles, identify spokespeople and find case studies and product for review. It’s[...] 11th April 2016
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Press release writing and distribution part seven: meas...

You’ve researched and written your release, checked it over carefully and had the quotes approved and facts checked, then you’ve created your press list and selected your press re[...] 29th March 2016
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Press release writing and distribution part six: the fo...

So, you’ve researched and written your press release, prepared your target press list, distributed your news and shared it on social media. What next? This is the ‘awkward mome[...] 15th March 2016
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Press release writing and distribution part five: distr...

An effective way to distribute your press release is a two-pronged technique. This involves sending your release by email to your own ‘target press list’, plus submitting your rel[...] 2nd March 2016
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Press release writing and distribution part four: forma...

In the old days when press releases were always printed onto A4 paper, stuffed into envelopes and sent to journalists in the post (can you believe that was how it was done?), it was r[...] 24th February 2016
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