What excites business owners, but doesn’t happen often enough?

That’s right — saving money!

How about something even better — saving money while increasing sales?

Introducing my Easiest, Fastest, Most Effective Do-It-Yourself P.R. Program – So Easy Anyone Can Do It – Including Interns and Assistants

And here’s the best part — any business – whether you sell products or services – can participate!

Let me explain…

Public Relations Has Changed and Offers New Opportunities

In over 17 years of business, I’ve seen many changes in the world of Public Relations.

When I started, I could sit at the desk of an editor, or take that person to lunch, and pitch my client’s products and services.

Or, I could pitch clients over the phone.

Today, I’m lucky if those same people have full-time jobs (many are now freelancers).

And if they actually have a desk at an office, they rarely answer their phones. Of course, many of them work from home and don’t want phone calls.

The media landscape has changed, too. Some well-known print magazines have shut down, and online media outlets are growing rapidly.

But one thing hasn’t changed. P.R. leads to sales!

Opportunities, Please

Over the years, I’ve enjoyed offering affordable and useful Do-it-Yourself P.R. services and products.

But there was one thing that DIYers were often nervous about. You may have guessed it — phone calls.

Many of us hate making or receiving “cold calls.”

But there’s good news!

Most P.R. contact today happens electronically. The biggest obstacle to P.R. pitching has been removed. This presents terrific opportunities for DIYers.

In fact, a recent DIY P.R. client had great success without getting on the phone to media folks. Here are my client’s comments:
“We called into a webinar hosted by Shipstation and presented by Margie. We knew right off the bat that Margie was the right person to work with based on the information she presented. It was all evidence-based data rooted in her work product. We hadn’t intended to pursue P.R. engagement since it wasn’t in the budget of our budding business. After talking to Margie personally and being offered a DIY P.R. option, we felt strongly that her knowledge and experience would be worth our investment. Margie provided a comprehensive and spot-on media list for our product, amped up our written pitch and offered key points to include to make sure that our emails would get read. She also provided insider pitching tips that made our publicity efforts more successful. Our results were amazing! Sales skyrocketed through placements in print magazines (Real Simple, Simply the Best and the Seattle Times), as well as online (ForbesLife, Eating Well,, Lonny, Asbury Park Press), and more. Additional media outlets such as Martha Stewart Living, Fine Cooking, and The Chew requested samples, and we are looking forward to future placements. We highly recommend Margie’s DIY P.R. programs if you’re willing to put in some effort and want to save money on P.R. services. You can look forward to more sales!” – Meri Kemp and Carey Portzline, Thread & Whisk,

Based on the success of this client and others, I was inspired to put together a new, faster, option. And it’s a great deal, too.

Introducing my new Do-It-Yourself Public Relations Pitching Program!

Here’s what you get:

  • A custom-created media list
  • A custom-written pitch you can use to send to media
  • Easy, step-by-step instructions, including cut and paste options for every type of media communication
  • And more!

How Do I Know if This is Right for Me?

Whether you’re a financial planner looking for publicity in business or mass media, or a product company looking to be featured in an Earth Day, spring cleaning, Mother’s Day or other product feature, I can help!

That said, I want to make sure you are a good fit for this program. Please book a time to discuss it with me.

How Much?

Do-it-Yourself P.R. Programs start at $1499. That’s not per month. That’s $1499 total.

Why Should I Start Now?

The longer you wait to start, the longer it will take you to see the positive effects of publicity.