Join me @ IBOtoolbox for free.
Jaye Carden
Member Since: 11/13/2013
performance / stats
Country: United States
Likes Received: 5278
Featured Member: 26 times
Associates: 2811
Wall Posts: 2848
Comments Made: 7415
Press Releases: 1094
Videos: 19
Phone: 205-594-4373
Skype:     jayecarden
profile visitor stats
TODAY: 112
TOTAL: 595726
are we ibo associates?
member advertising
active associates
EJ Morris    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Patricia Hudon     
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Doug Hammack     
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Susan Ross    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Skip Post    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Curtiss Martin    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Jack Dawson     
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Spencer Taylor Jr    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Wayne Scott    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Chris Tobin    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Gene Hughes (MD)    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Bob & Shirley Rushing    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Brian C Cook  
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Terri Pattio    
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

Katarina Hofbaur  
Last logged on: 7/16/2019

other ibo platforms

Jaye Carden   My Press Releases

The Formula To Creating Fast Press Releases, And Having More Time For Other Things

Published on 3/25/2019
For additional information  Click Here


Just the other day I was talking about this with an IBO associate of mine (Bill Bateman) and now have decided to make a PR on it.


That is, how to publish a press release quickly.


I mean, in just minutes, and having lots of time left to do other important activities you need to work on.


So let's get to it....



Don't Overthink It


Never sit and wonder if your content is "perfect", because it's not.


Never be so strict that you keep changing what you write.


I just simly begin typing and don't stop til I see I have over 250 words or my message is addressed.


Just worrying less on what you are putting out in the press release can sometimes help you create better content (crazy, but it happens).



Just Talk To One Person


When you have the topic or idea of what your PR will be about, pretend you are telling one person what that is.


Just ype out what you would say to this person, addressing the question they asked for information on.


Before you know it, you've written out the message you wanted to get across.


Whatever comes to mind first, type it up.


Remember, each person will be reading it as an individual.



Got Images?


I always use the same image at the top of my PRs.


Having this same image helps brand, and get's it stuck in people's minds.


Have a quick link to the image URL, this way you just pull it up, copy and paste.


Create shortcuts wherever possible.



I'm Done


I've already hit 250 words, see.


So I explained how to be fast, and this is just for extra content.


So move quick, as you do not want to spend a lot of time writing a press release.


Hope this helped!



P.S Want me to build a downline for you in a network marketing business? I can place new customers and affiliates under you that help you generate volume for payment and rank advancing.





Member Note: To comment on this PR, simply click reply on the owners main post below.
-  Copyright 2016 IBOsocial  -            Part of the IBOtoolbox family of sites.