Day: February 14, 2021

Creating an Event Press Release For the MediaCreating an Event Press Release For the Media

creating an event press release for the press

Event PR, or event press releases, are a fantastic marketing tool for conventions and special events. Because these types of events tend to draw attention from the media, it is important that you create a press release which will attract the attention of the media as well. If you want to know some of the best tips on creating an event press release for the media then read this article. It will give you tips on what to write, how to format the release, and how to make it look professional.


When it comes to creating an event press release for the media, there are a few things to remember. First of all, your release needs to be very short – no more than 400 words. In fact, if you’re going to send it to the local newspaper, they’ll only publish it if it’s short and compact. If you want to make sure that your release gets into the news, you should make sure that the event is headline newsworthy.


When it comes to writing a successful event press release for the media, the most important thing is to keep it short and concise. If you can, you should choose a single topic for the event and stick to it. This means choosing the headline, staying focused on the topic, and writing directly to the point. When you have a well-written event press release for the media, you can be sure that your next event will be even better.

Social Media Isn’t The Only Way To Market Calgary Real EstateSocial Media Isn’t The Only Way To Market Calgary Real Estate

One of the most interesting segments of the Calgary Herald and Calgary Sun’s business section was a story detailing how a Calgary Realtor ruined his chances of a quick sale of a high-end house. The interesting part of this story is how the realtor in question was in a pickle because the client he was trying to sell to have made several requests for further information regarding the property. When the Realtor asked the client to provide information, the client said he would see what he had to say about the property. About a week later the Realtor received a phone call from the client. In the call, the client expressed that he could not take another chance at the property because he already had three offers on the house. Click here.

Social Media Isn’t The Only Way To Market Calgary Real Estate

The Calgary Realtor tried to explain to the buyer that the person was already contacted three times by three different people. However, the buyer ignored all of the Realtor’s attempts to discuss the details of the deal and instead told the Calgary real estate agent that he would be calling the buyer’s office on Monday to see if he was interested. This was the extent of the contact between the Calgary Realtor and the caller. The real estate agent called the next day to inform the Calgary Realtor that the buyer no longer wanted to sign an agreement and that he was making a “free transfer”. This was not a new offer, because the real estate agent had been trying to sell homes like this for months without luck.

In conclusion, it appears that the Calgary Realtor was outspent on this particular marketing effort by a social media agency. Overall, the social media agency failed to create any buzz or momentum around the real estate purchase offer. Hopefully this incident can be a wake up call to Realtors everywhere that they need to hire a better social media agency if they want to create any buzz or momentum around their real estate offerings. If you are a Calgary Realtor who wants to learn more about how you can use social media to your advantage please visit my blog today.