While your press release is just about complete, there is one last step.
Proofreading your press release is a good way to make it as successful as possible.
As you proofread, check that your writing is clear, concise, and objective.
You can also make sure that you have provided your readers with details about your projectthat will get them interested and involved.
Your goal is to help others take note of the great work you and your group are doing.
In this lesson, you added contact information and a heading to your press release,You wrote an introductory paragraph with the most important details about your project,You added one or more paragraphs with further project details,And you concluded your press release with a closing paragraph.
A press release for a school or community project is a great tool for spreading theword about your efforts to a wider audience.
The press release you wrote will get more people informed and involved in yourschool or community project.
You can send it to a local newspaper and other media sources to let people know about theimportant work you and your group have been doing.
You can write press releases for other purposes as well, such as a school event,or a local news story.
The next time you want to share details about a project or event, you can write a pressrelease to share your story and spread the word!