Enter the “Get The Word Out” Contest!

PRNewswire logo DEC 2012Are you looking for a way to spread the news about your new KWL title? Wondering how to reach new audiences beyond your Facebook friends and Twitter followers and position yourself as a bona fide author alongside the big wigs?

Enter the “Get the Word Out” contest!

THREE lucky winners will have the opportunity to craft and distribute a customized, online PRESS RELEASE to promote their new ebook which will be seen on some of the Internet’s most visited sites including Yahoo!, MSN and AOL.  And, each winner will have a photo and short message displayed on the Reuters Sign in Times Square – which welcomes 1.5 million visitors a day!

To Enter

Pitch us the press release you’d like to create, in two sentences or less. Be as creative, topical and interesting as you can be! Your pitch can be about anything related to your writing: a new release, an event, a promotion.

Post this mini press release as a comment on the following blog post written by PR Newswire:

Press releases: the next step in self-marketing your eBook (COMMENT HERE)

Your comment enters you into the contest. There can be only one entry per author. Multiple comments will not result in multiple entries.

Entry Deadline: March 20th, 2013.

Through PR Newswire’s online press release distribution platform, iReach, authors are able to:

  • Increase online exposure and reach new readers by distributing a press release to a network of 1000+ websites and an audience of millions
  • Boost search rankings by posting content on PRNewswire.com, the industry’s top commercial news site, built on a highly-optimized platform
  • Make it easy for audiences to share content across social networks and blogs

Enter the contest today!

Full Contest Terms and Conditions.

The Contest is open only to legal residents of the forty eight (48) contiguous United States, District of Columbia, the United Kingdom and Canada (excluding Quebec) who have reached the age of majority in their respective jurisdiction at the time of entry (each entrant, an “Entrant”). Void in Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and where prohibited by law. The Prize consists of three (3) PRNewswire online press releases to be awarded individually to three (3) winners.

9 comments

  • Losing Sight, a true story of vision loss and the attempt to keep life independent and light

    • Hi Melissa! Thanks for entering! We realize now that our wording was a little vague — a comment on THIS post isn’t an entry; you have to comment on THIS post. Please comment again, and sorry for the confusion!

  • Take a walk on the wild side with On a Short Leash – Detained in Burma. The true story of seventeen days of captivity in the war torn jungles of a military police state.

    • Hi Ron! Thanks for entering! We realize now that our wording was a little vague — a comment on THIS post isn’t an entry; you have to comment on THIS post. Please comment again, and sorry for the confusion!

  • Vickie Pettee releases her debut novel, a French Quarter Mystery with a dash of paranormal, a pinch of history and splash of romance. When a Jazz legend’s house is demolished, Echo LaBauve, a high intuitive, is enlisted to solve the mystery surrounding a 1939 newspaper photo and a silver key hidden inside a tarnished cigarette case.

    • Hi Vickie! Thanks for entering! We realize now that our wording was a little vague — a comment on THIS post isn’t an entry; you have to comment on THIS post. Please comment again, and sorry for the confusion!

  • Although this suffering may be temporary, we must go through it. The prize at the end will be worth it, I promise. But can we survive this? Or have we already failed, before it ever really began?

    • Hi Nicole! Thanks for entering! We realize now that our wording was a little vague — a comment on THIS post isn’t an entry; you have to comment on THIS post. Please comment again, and sorry for the confusion!

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