JFK BREAKING NEWS – JFK’S New Evidence Of A Gun Shot Flash Just Released For Nov. 22, 2012

The video that was too hot for the news media is now here. Must see video. The JFK mystery is finally solved, this is a news breaking video.

Mr. Eugene Lofing today announces a gigantic discovery that has been held back for years. Mr Lofing states that this new film evidence will spark a brand new investigation of the Famous Zapruder Film. “This brainteaser which has baffled all the experts till now is finally resolved.” says Mr. Lofing. He also states that this new information will change history, and exonerates Lee Harvey Oswald.

Mr. Lofing says that people can find more detailed information on the web site /http://www.jfksgunflash.com The site includes the video that contains the exclusive information on what really happened on Nov 22 1963. He also states that you can also view this breaking evidence on YouTube and Vimeo video web sites. The quickest way to bring up the exclusive content video is by entering the key word jfksgunflash in the search areas and that will work on both sites. Then select the one with a frame from the Zapruder film.

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Are you cut out to PR your own business asks Best PR Selector?

You don’t need the big personality of Richard Branson or Hilary Devey for your business to make a big splash in the media.

“A larger than life persona is not a good predictor of whether a business owner can successfully do their own PR,” says Phil Turtle, founder of BestPRSelector.com

Instead, the public relations expert has identified three shared characteristics of entrepreneurs who have effectively driven their own publicity machines.

Don’t get too close to your business
“Firstly,” says Turtle, who launched online PR needs assessment tool Best PR Selector in mid-2012, “they have the ability to take a step back from their business and see it from an outsider’s perspective”.

This, he explains, can be harder than it seems. “We’re all familiar with the expressions ‘getting too close to your work’ and ‘can’t see the wood for the trees’”, he explains. “Well both aptly describe the unfortunate position many business owners find themselves in.

“When you’re up close and personal with your business 24/7, it becomes very hard to be objective about it,” he says.

According to Turtle, common traps company owners fall into include using industry jargon, assuming outsiders have lots of prior knowledge, being unrealistic about how important their business is and not being focussed enough on creating and marketing tangible differences with competitor companies.

“It’s no surprise that the business owner who will be the most successful at getting publicity is the one who can see their company through fresh and objective eyes each day,” says Turtle. “This is quite a rare skill.”

Time management
The second most important skill that enables business owners to do their own PR is time management, says Turtle.

Public relations is both time consuming and time sensitive. To ensure you don’t miss killer opportunities to get yourself in front of the right media, you have to strike whilst the iron is hot,” he says.

“If this means shelving everything else in your diary for that morning to concentrate on a PR opportunity, good owner/PRs have the ability to put everything else on hold – or delegate it – and prioritise that golden opportunity.”

Avid media consumers
The final predictor of an entrepreneur who will make an excellent home-grown PR is that they will be an avid – and analytical – consumer of their target media.

“People who do their own PR well understand what makes a great story in their industry. They are not just regular readers of the key industry media but they are also critical readers,” says Turtle.

“They can spot other PR stories and they have ideas about how to create their own.”

Phil adds that good self-publicists understand what makes a news story, a feature, a comment piece, a photo story, a great reader offer.

“Without this appreciation, you’re feeling around in the dark and wasting a journalist’s time,” he says.

“A good PR – whether a professional or small-business person – will know the media they are trying to get coverage in like the back of their hand. Read it, break it down and understand the editor’s requirements. A big personality is no excuse for not having done your background research,” he concludes.

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pixelhose.com Announces Second Writing Competition with $1000 in Total Author Prizes

pixelhose.com announced today its second writing competition in two categories: Fiction and Non-Fiction.

The fiction category is intended as primarily a short story contest, although authors are encouraged to also submit one act plays, or other experimental compositions. The non-fiction category includes personal essays, memoires, sociopolitical opinions, and travel stories, not including reviews. All English language submissions, in any genre, are eligible. However, submissions with pornographic theme, hate speech, or those that may be classified as personal or institutional rants will not be considered.

There are three prizes in each category, $300, $150, and $50, for a total of $1000 in author prizes. The contest is fee to enter. Previously published material and simultaneous submissions are permitted.

Asked about the first contest, Bob Dourandish had this to say: “Our first writing competition was successful beyond our own wildest hopes! We received over 1000 entries from 11 countries, many of which were compelling and extremely well-written pieces. While it is now becoming more common, pixelhose was the first publisher to use social as an integral part of a writing contest. As the result, our authors found new readers, beyond their own base of friends-and-family, which can only enhance their careers.”

“Furthermore,” Dourandish continued, “we are extremely excited to report that we will be publishing a collection of the best entries in our first writing competition in the very near future – so look for it soon!”

All entries must be made via email to write2@pixelhose.com. No physical submissions are accepted. Deadline to enter is Thursday, February 28, 2013. For complete details see pixelhose.com.

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