How to Write Effective PR and Link Requests Exam Answers 2022

Exam Name: How to Write Effective PR and Link Requests Exam

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  1. Which words are good to use in the opening of a pitch?
  2. Should you use a list when pitching topic ideas?
  3. When can you submit content or an article without asking for permission?
  4. What types of results will the search operator Site:.gov “keyword phrase” return?
  5. What should you NOT do when searching Google for potential targets to pitch to?
  6. Which is not a generic statement?
  7. How can you find an author’s contact information?
  8. At a minimum, how many outreach emails must you customize before switching to a template?
  9. If there is more than one author of an article, should you write to both?
  10. Is it ok to share your personal experience about a topic an author has written about?
  11. If your pitch gets rejected, should you keep following up?
  12. What words are not “we, we, we” words?
  13. Is it ok to offer products and samples if it falls within your company’s policies and assuming the author makes a disclosure?
  14. Why do you use incognito mode when searching for targets?
  15. To whom can you offer a barter like spending ad money to drive traffic to their article?
  16. Which tone and voice should you use when writing?
  17. Is using a link-checking tool a good way to find targets to pitch to?
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