Friday, October 26, 2012

How to get free publicity for your environmental event



In the next few weeks, the following events will take place in New Jersey and Pennsylvania:

  • Marcellus Shale Coalition's Transportation Safety Day
  • NJ Conservation Foundation's Sounds of the Night at the Meadows
  • Book Club Discussion: Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring"   
  • ANJR: Recycling Tonnage Reporting Workshop
  • ...and many more (new events added daily)

Each has appeared in our Enviro-Events Calendar--an online listing that attracts more than a thousand environmental-minded viewers every week.

The calendar contains dates, times, locations and summaries of what to expect at a host of upcoming environmental seminars, forums, webinars and educational, social, and networking opportunities, too.

We focus on New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware--but you'll also find some events of particular value that are held in other states--even other countries!


Use our calendar to publicize your upcoming environmental event
If you want to place your upcoming event before a receptive audience, email your information about it to: editor@enviropolitics.com.

We'll list is without charge. Yes, for free


Tips for successful event listings


Tip #1
: Please follow our style to get your listing posted extra fast. The more we have to re-type or re-format, the less motivated we get.

Tip #2
Before you schedule an event, check our calendar to see if someone else in your location or area of interest is holding their event on or near the same date.No sense in competing if you don't have to.

Tip #3: Federal, state and local government agencies--and trade associations, too--will find our calendar to be a great way to spread the word about regularly scheduled meetings. But please let us know when you need to cancel or postpone an event. 

Tip #4: Tell your friends, colleagues and PR staff about this great service. They'll think you're a genius.


Stay on top of all upcoming events with free email alerts 

Hop on over to Enviro-Events Calendar and sign up for free email alerts.
 
You'll also find a form to use if you want our updates to appear in your Google Reader, or any other web reader that you may be using.

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