PR pros get attention with tipsheets
When PR pros at the U.S. Green Building Council needed to round up resources in their Green Apple Day of Service, they didn’t write stories telling volunteers to get donations.
Instead, they produced a tipsheet called “Five tips for a successful Green Apple Day of Service.” That approach was so effective that it helped the council earn a Public Relations Society of America Silver Anvil Award.
Explain “how to,” and watch reporters pick up your release — and readers dig into your piece.
How to write a tipsheet
Here are eight steps for making the most of your next tipsheet:
Fill in the blanks to tipsheets, survey stories and more
Are you using a structure that’s been proven in the lab to:
- Attract 300% more readers(Groove HQ)?
- Get more social media shares (Reuters Institute)?
- Boost readership, understanding, engagement, interest, satisfaction and more (The Poynter Institute, The Readership Institute, the American Society of News Editors and the Newspaper Association of America)?
If not, why not? At Get Clicked, Read, Shared & Liked — our two-day social media-writing master class on Feb. 6-7, 2018 in Los Angeles — you’ll learn a structure that’s been proven in the lab to grab readers’ attention, pull them through the piece and leave a lasting impression.
Specifically, you’ll learn how to:
- Master the temple structure, a designed-for-the-web story form that grabs reader attention, pulls them through the piece and leaves a lasting impression.
- Write leads that drag readers into your piece with our 3-step test.
- Fill in the blanks to the best survey story you’ve ever written, using our easy template.
- Get a simple template for crafting a tipsheet that almost writes itself.
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