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  • Joan Stewart

    Free publicity, even #PR for small businesses, is yours if you can tie your story idea to the weather. Pitch story ideas on how droughts are affecting your sales, how hurricanes are delaying your shipments, snowstorms are causing a rush to your hardware store where people are buying salt and shovels. Publicity ideas are right in front of you 365 days a year. Click on this image for more ideas. Weather stories are great if you want TV publicity because they are so visual. #TVpublicity

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