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Mark Nowlan

Mark Nowlan is senior vice president of marketing & communications at PR Newswire. Nowlan is a frequent lecturer on media relations, strategic communications and crisis communications at industry conferences around the country. Get more information about PR Newswire and public relations with their PR Toolkit for small businesses.

10 Recent Stories

PR Trends: A Press Release for Social Media

The traditional press release gets a makeover to appeal to the newest online media outlets.
November 15, 2006 in Public Relations

Interviewing Dos & Don'ts

You've lined up an interview, so now what? Learn to look and sound your best on camera, on the radio and in print with this crash course in media training.
October 12, 2006 in Getting Press
How to Attract Attention With a Feature Article

How to Attract Attention With a Feature Article

Get the press you want by crafting a feature story that'll get picked up by the papers.
September 12, 2006 in Public Relations

Measuring the Value of PR

Want to know what effect media coverage is having on your business? Here are the best ways to find out.
August 31, 2006 in PR Basics

8 Ways to Get the Media Buzzing

Top strategies for getting big press for your small business
July 10, 2006 in Getting Press

Power Up Your PR with Multimedia

From RSS feeds to Podcasting, multimedia is becoming the best way to reach the new savvy consumer.
June 12, 2006 in Online Marketing

Put Your Press Release on the Web

Maximize your presence with a press release that'll get picked up by search engines.
May 1, 2006 in Online Marketing

Playing the Expert Game

Establish yourself as an expert in your field, and the media will come to you.
April 10, 2006 in Getting Press

The Press Tool Every Website Needs

Make your business more accessible to the media with an online media room.
March 13, 2006 in Online Marketing

How to Save Face in a Business Crisis

Minimize the impact of a crisis on your small business with a pre-planned PR campaign.
February 17, 2006 in PR Basics