How to get your small business featured in the media
With Louise Cox PR
Are you ready to get your small business featured in the media? We are very excited to announce this FREE Masterclass with the wonderful Louise Cox from Louise Cox PR exclusive to BizBubble members. ❤️
Louise Cox is the queen of all things PR and she specialises in getting product and service-based businesses featured in the media, in magazines and online.
Louise’s students have been featured in the likes of Prima, Metro, The Independent and many many more! Imagine being one of those getting featured in your favourite magazine! Louise is here to help you do just that.
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In this Masterclass Louise will be teaching you:
What you need to do before you start PR, so you’re on the right foot from
4 steps to getting featured in magazines and online using my unique R.I.P.P system to make getting publicity super easy and take away the overwhelm.
3 biggest PR mistakes that most businesses make when pitching meaning they never get featured.
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About Louise Cox
Louise Cox is a publicity expert for female entrepreneurs and small businesses owners who want to create media moments to raise their profile, reach new audiences and grow their business. She’s helped clients and students get featured in the likes of Spirit & Destiny, OK!, The Independent, Stylist and Psychologies.
Having owned multiple businesses, Louise knows all about the highs and lows of running a business. So, understands that doing your own PR, while juggling everything else should be easy, manageable and effective.
Louise lives in Bedfordshire with her boyfriend and their dogs, Dot and Bert. She loves coffee, cocktails, Formula 1 motor racing and a good chick flick.