Multi Media Publicity

Financial Experts: START HERE to Strengthen Your Brand with Multi-Media Publicity

It’s exciting to see your picture in a big newspaper, but the long-term benefits are limited. Far better is an article on Forbes.com, NYTimes.com, WSJ.com, FT.com or any other online publication where it stays on the Internet for a very long time, bringing repeated click-backs to your own website.

Strengthen Your Brand

A feature story in any newspaper or magazine provides credible publicity that no advertising can buy. Our promotional strategies have generated thousands of media exposures for clients in the nation’s leading newspapers and magazines, such as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Barron’s, Smart Money, Business Week and many more. Online publications can include SmartMoney.com, CNN/Money, TheStreet.com, CBS Marketwatch.com, Bloomberg.com and a virtually endless list of other Internet sites.

Understand the Power of Local Media

Recognition in national newspapers and magazines is great, but we make sure you also take the opportunity to become a celebrity in your own hometown. A feature story in your community newspaper may sell more books, simply because people will recognize and trust you. Local newspapers and magazines love to publicize events in their communities, but many authors aren’t aware that a local newspaper is much more likely to write about your book when you can provide a “news peg,” keying the story to an event like a book launch or signing.

Build your Press Kit

With the help of March Media Relations, many clients can obtain publishers’ permission to include news articles in their press kits – credibility-enhancing stories that can be used as highly effective sales or marketing tools. An article – in print or online – tells the world that you are newsworthy, further validating your credibility.

Strengthen your brand through multi-media publicity.

March Media Relations has the experience to get you powerful results.

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