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Beginner’s Guide To PR For Your Startups

Beginner’s Guide To PR For Your Startups

New businesses take time to get recognition from the customers. Some products are so good that they don’t need marketing. It’s often done by the clients with word of mouth. But for many new business owners, it is difficult to understand where to start the PR game to build a thriving company. I have been there and the online world has made me overwhelmed with the available options to promote my business. Here are some of the easy ways to do startup pr

Starting a startup

For me starting a company was easy but promoting was difficult. I believe this is often the same case for many business owners. Various magazines were started in the same niche that I am planning. I always love to talk to people who do business, get their perspective, and get motivated with their success stories. This is one of the reasons I started my entrepreneurship magazine.

Knowing that even if I couldn’t build a competitive business, the information I get from the successful people will be a great source of knowledge. It’s quite hard to get real depth secret tips from books. So, I was happy that even if the business fails then I will not have any regret. 

Becoming my own business PR

One thing that I know is that I am the business. Whenever an entrepreneur or business person starts the company, he/she becomes the business. This means that there is no other person in the company that can explain the business more clearly than the one who started.

The day my magazine got registered I promoted the business myself. I create social media pages and share the news with my friends and family. When an individual starts their business they need to explain it to their circle. Sometimes in the beginning it’s difficult to get continuing clients. So, when the people we spend time with know what we do. It becomes easy for them to share about the business and help us to find some clients.  This also helps our family to care about the new business and learn things so that they can give us a hand when needed.

Content marketing 

As I previously mentioned, “ There is no better person to explain the service than a business owner”. Knowing this I started to write guest posts and various informative content.  Content marketing has become one of my best ways to do PR for my business. This not only helps to increase awareness about my magazine but also attracts new readers. For new startups, content marketing is one of the best ways to bring new subscriptions. And it’s not expensive either. Numerous websites accept free guest posts and some even pay for the content. 

There are various ways you can do effective PR for your startups. If you have a fund then hiring a professional will help you save your time and get maximum return on your investment. When the product is launched, Press release also works best to an aware audience.  If you are thinking of long term business, starting your personal brand can be a great strategy. 

Sujan Pariyar is the founder of the "Think 7 Figures" magazine and Silicon Valley Time. He shares stories of inspiring entrepreneurs from all around the world and tips to create a better life & business.

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