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Sterling Hager

You're 100% right: it's the combination that will win. I sense you found the press release anniversary celebration fueled in large part by a press release wire service somewhat transparent. I did, and wrote about it on our blog. Interestingly, it led to an interview with Crains Detroit Business. So news about the news release is news I guess. We now use news releases for private relations... we make sure customers, prospects, partners and client VIPs see them. We blog about them. And we do a limited media distribution to known contacts with a known interest. Saves time, saves money, gains traction, and puts the news release where it belongs on the priority list of things to do.
Nice post from you. Liked it.

Gene Griessman, Ph.D.

Beautifully written and timely piece.

I love your new blog and am honored to be listed on it.

All the best, Gene

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