Easy Intern Assignment: Press Releases With Marc Harty

In this Easy Intern Assignment we explain how to use press releases in your business to drive traffic to your website or storefront and raise your profile either locally or nationally (even worldwide). We will also discuss how to track the performance of each of your press releases and how to create a press strategy to build your business.

Your faculty member for this Easy Intern Assignment is Marc Harty..

Marc Harty is CEO of MainTopic Media, Inc., a ROI driven, marketing consulting and training company. Marc and MainTopic have trained tens of thousands of people, and hundreds of businesses, from beginners to industry thought leaders on how to attract and convert sustainable, targeted, ready to buy traffic to their websites.

Marc is known as the 30 Minute PR guy. His breakthrough Online PR Made Easy System has generated over 6100 first page search engine rankings for his customers. Author of "Strategic Traffic: 21 Time tested Traffic Methods At $0 Ad Cost," Marc's career spans 25 years in Strategic Marketing and has generated over $239 million dollars for customers and clients

Here's Just A FEW Things Marc Shares With You...

How someone who has no visibility and no kind of traction in a market can enter it and get the attention of the people in that market. How the internet has completely leveled the playing field for press (it's not the old newspaper way anymore)
The single best method to getting "instant credibility" in your field, even if you have NONE right now. The secrets to competing with the "Big Boys" in your industry on a shoestring budget (or even for free)
Why interns LOVE writing press releases, and how they can explode your business Free training on how to write a press release
The best places to submit your releases online (for FREE!) The four phases of Press Releases (and how your intern can put them in place for you)
A little known trick to make your Press Releases "timeless" The simple formulaic way to write a successful press release every time.
The surprising truth about "Social Media" press releases (and how your intern can do them for you every time!)