‘Get Your News Published’ Masterclass
For ambitious community organisations
We’ve created a unique course for Central Coast-based community organisations that wish to lift their profile in 2018. Why? Because we wish to help your club, organisation or charity connect with your community, so you can grow.
This course is designed specifically for Central Coast-based organisations, no Sydney centric fluff and bubble. We’ve designed this with the Central Coast in mind.
Central Coast Specific
We know how publishing works because we’ve been publishing for many years, through our three local publications; Peninsula News, Coast Community News & The Wyong Regional Chronicle as well as numerous other trade journals.
We also publish one of the largest community news websites in NSW: CoastCommunityNews.com.au
Places Limited – Book Now $99
February 16, 2018 – 9 am in Gosford CBD
We know how difficult it is for community organisation to get their message out to the public today. Many try to go it alone online, with newsletters and paid advertising. We also know how some organisations vastly boost their profile by using organising their connections with quality news outlets.
Hear direct from the experts
You’ll hear directly from our publisher, journalist and digital expert with decades of experience in their fields. They will reveal industry ‘secrets’ that vastly improve your chances of being published by quality news outlets across Australia.
Details of the course
The intense course will run over a three hour period and include topics:
- How to make your organisation ‘ready to publish’.
- When to publish for best effect.
- Who to contact in the press and how to respond.
- How to create winning images & video.
- Creating quality editorial suggestions.
- Telling your story and connecting with your target audience.
- Leveraging social media.
- Partnerships and cross promotion.
- Harmony and advertising.
- Authentic community building.
- Getting responses from the public.
Secure your place in this unique Masterclass for Central Coast.
Call 4325 7369 during business hours to secure your place or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Course is held by Central Coast Newspapers & Community News Partners
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