Email of the PCs more readily cans the fail
Some new services at CCG Media – the first being our new email list, aimed at getting news coverage for your organisation.
And there’s also the little matter of our opening offers running out soon, so book now to save 33%!
Let’s deal with that first – our special opening offers will be running out in two weeks time, on Monday, September 19.
It means you have 14 days left to get a third off our usual training prices before our opening sale closes.
All our courses currently cost £100, but book soon!
Courses on offer
First is our monthly three-hour small business media training seminar. If you’re a sole trader or a microbusiness we’ll teach you how to find and tell stories about your organisation that journalists will cover. And it won’t cost the earth in PR fees or advertising costs.
Our next course takes place on Monday, October 3 so there’s still time to book your place!
We’re continuing to offer our popular prospective MHK training courses, too. During an election period, what sort of stories will the media publish?
How can you make sure your image is as professional as it can be? We’ll teach you the tricks of the trade when it comes to dealing with the press.
Those courses are offered on a one-to-one basis and so far have been our bestselling product.
Then there’s our small business social media essentials training. We can show you how to make the most of your social media presence, with hints and tips to get your posts noticed. We’ll also explain the most common legal pitfalls you face online.
Email = Epic mail
We’re also pleased to announce a new service at Chips Cheese Gravy Media – a weekly newsletter for small businesses.
Sign up below to get tips on which news stories you could be involved with, raising the profile of your company and finding out more about our training.
You’ll get a free weekly email about local PR opportunities to put you ahead of your competition, no matter the industry or sector you’re in.
And don’t worry, we don’t give your email address to anybody else or spam you. You may have to put up with the odd pun, but we think you’ll find it’s well worth it!
You can sign up here now. You’ll have to confirm your email address is real – but that’s just to stop people trying to sign anyone up without their permission.
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