From Sources: More tools for getting your messages out
January 19, 2009
we′re always working to help you get your messages out to the media and the public.
Here are some of the tools Sources
offers you to get more and better media exposure.
1) Sources media training
has a strategic alliance with Allan Bonner Communications
, North America′s #1 media trainers. Sources
members can now have the same high-quality media preparation that is used by 8 heads of government, three dozen cabinet ministers, approximately 4,000 federal and provincial officials and blue chip corporations on five continents.
The next full-day course is Wednesday January 21, 2009
. There is still time to register by calling 416-964-7799. See Sources media training
for more details.
Subsequent dates are February 23 and April 24, 2009.
Customized training can also be arranged at your own location. Call 416-964-7799.
2) Sources news release service
As a Sources
member you can post your news releases directly on the Sources News Release page
. This is an excellent way of reaching the more than 1,000 journalists, editors, and public relations professionals who use the Sources
site every day AND in addition your release goes out via RSS
feed to media organizations and news aggregator websites.
As a Sources
member, you should have received a username and password to post releases. Call 416-964-7799 if you can′t find them. To post your releases, go to http://gateway.sources.com
3) Sources Event Calendar
As a Sources
member you can add all your upcoming events directly to the Sources Calendar. to post your Calendar items go to http://gateway.sources.com
4) Sources Bookshelf
If you have written or published books, you can now use Sources
to publicize your books via the Sources Bookshelf
(See the beta version at http://gateway.sources.com/Bookshelf/index.htm.)
Your books are linked from your Sources landing page, and are also found through additional author, title, and subject indexes which are optimized for online search engines. Call us at 416-964-7799 about including your books.
5) Breaking news from around the world
home page now features breaking news stories from around the world, drawing on newsfeeds from the BBC, the New York Times, the Guardian (UK), All-Africa.com, Al Jazeera, Deutsche Welle, the CBC, and others. Make www.sources.com
your home page and be informed of what is happening in the world as soon as it happens.
P.S. Sources is featured in Wikipedia. Check it out at Wikipedia.org.
For more information contact
Sources Media Training
Sources News Releases
Posting your news releases and events