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Is it time to up-date our reporters lists?

Public relations recurring job. Maintaining your reporters lists.

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You’ve done it. You’ve written the perfect news press release. It’s wittier than Wilde and buzzier than a hive of bees on meth. It grabs readers’ attention right from the catchy headline, pulls them in with a snappy lead, then dazzles them with irresistible content and punchy quotes until they reach “-30-.” It’s the Mona Lisa of press releases, the crowning glory of your communications and public relations career.

I have a press release, now what?

Now comes the hard part. How do you get this masterpiece to the people you want to read it? You can’t just send it out on a couple of general newswire services and hope it makes its way to the right reporters. In our super-saturated media world, it will sink without a trace faster than the Titandenburg (unfortunate love child of the Titanic and Hindenburg). You need a dedicated, up-to-date mailing list of reporters looking for just the type of content you provide.

Better pour yourself a cup of strong coffee. This could take a while. You’ll need to go online and scour the Web for likely-looking names and call up contacts and ask for references and leverage social media networks until your eyes glaze over. And once you’ve devoted countless hours to researching and compiling a workable list—which in today’s fast-paced news environment should be good for, oh, a couple of months—you’ll need to put even more time into maintaining it.

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