PRESS FOR TENNIS CLUBS -THE ULTIMATE GUIDE

Press for Tennis Clubs

Press for tennis clubs often isn’t easy to come by. To some press, you’re just another business trying to get attention.  This guide will outline the blueprint your club needs for getting local attention.  Getting press can be difficult, but if you have a plan in place, and some insider tips, you can make it much easier on yourself.  This blog will help you create an action plan to get local press coverage.  The goal of this blog is not to have you copy and paste my examples, but to use them as guides to create your own.

I know, it can certainly be frustrating!

So, you’ve been doing some research, reading some blogs, maybe you purchased a few books on how to get press, but nothing has quite taken shape for you. It’s common, don’t worry. you’ve looked at blogs on how to get press and are questioning if their tactics may work.  The problem is tons of other people have already read those same resources, so everyone is doing those same recommendations. What you need is a fresh approach. That is why I outline below a skeleton template for you to copy and with a bit of creativity, you can form your own unique press outreach.

I know, it can certainly be frustrating!

So, you’ve been doing some research, reading some blogs, maybe you purchased a few books on how to get press, but nothing has quite taken shape for you. It’s common, don’t worry. you’ve looked at blogs on how to get press and are questioning if their tactics may work.  The problem is tons of other people have already read those same resources, so everyone is doing those same recommendations. What you need is a fresh approach. That is why I outline below a skeleton template for you to copy and with a bit of creativity, you can form your own unique press outreach.       READ MORE

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