Originally posted on 2 Jan 2014

Every business wants more publicity. Now, PRWeb is offering a free download: Your Expert Guide to Writing Great Online News Releases. This guide will show you how to:

  • Write a professional, jargon-free news release that gets read and shared
  • Write a headline that shines on search engines and leaves the reader wanting more
  • Pick a story angle that makes your news more interesting than the rest

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Everyone wants to know the secrets of how to write a press release that gets read. The main reason why 99% of press releases fail, is because they bore people to death. A press release that doesn’t get to the point fast is the number one turn-off for any journalist.

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  • How to make your Direct Mail more effective
  • Business Quality E-mail
  • Getting PR for your Business
Martin Pollins

Martin Pollins

Managing Director at Bizezia
Martin Pollins is a Chartered Accountant with wide experience in corporate finance and business management. He holds a number of directorships and has served on the boards of several companies, including those listed on the London Stock Exchange, AIM and OFEX.

He was a Council member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales from 1988 to 1996.

Martin Pollins ran his own firm based in Sussex and was the first Accountancy firm in the UK to advertise on television and Martin went on to create and launch the CharterGroup Partnership (the UK's first Accountancy network) and then LawGroup UK (one of the largest networks of lawyers in the country).

Martin started work on the Bizezia concept in 1996, developing the broad range of information resources and products over the past 18 years.
Martin Pollins