Just Say No To "Social Media Press Releases"
What Works - What Doesn't
JULY 26, 2010
page with hyperlinks to “relevant historical, trend, market, product & competitive content sources…context as-needed, and, on-going updates” as well as blank spots for photos, videos, podcasts, etc.” And why not, since they focus on tweaks in management, distribution, product wins, sales or product features in terms that are more critical to competitors than customers? To succeed, the “social media press release” must focus more on content than Web bling.