5 ways to get published on PR Daily

Want to see your byline on our site? Follow these tips.

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Coming up with a pitch that coaxes a reporter or editor to cover your story is no easy task, and PR pros who pitch non-news for their agencies or clients will find that their emails end up in journalists’ trash bins.

However, there’s a way to spread your influence and help busy editors at the same time: guest posts.

Here are five ways you can get published on PR Daily—or any publication:

1. Say something new, or offer a unique perspective.

Editors are under pressure to publish a large amount of content, while ensuring that it’s something their subscribers want to read or share.

A different angle or perspective on a topic such as blogger relations or pitching can capture attention. Some organizations and PR firms will run studies on a particular topic. Reports that contain interesting insights can be fodder for a good story.

2. Stay on topic.

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