My name is Sharon Bolt, I’m a publicity expert and founder of Get Free Publicity Today.
Welcome to my Press Kit Website.
Please feel free to use any of the press releases and articles or download any of the photos and images on this site for your article or feature.
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1) Please quote me as: Sharon Bolt – Publicity Expert.
2) Please include my website address in the feature, which is:
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Thank you 🙂
A little bit about me…
I was first introduced to the power of press releases through a marketing course. It was the first time that I realized that there were reporters, journalists and producers looking for knowledgeable people who have educational, newsworthy and entertaining information to feature in the press.
I had thought that publicity was only for the large companies and corporations with big marketing budgets so it was a real eye opener to discover that it was also for small companies, individuals and non-profit organizations.
Like a lot of people I had heard only negative stories about the press so it was good to put myself in a reporter’s shoes. I realized that they have a lot of slots to fill and welcome stories that will make their job easier.
I enrolled with a prestigious public relations company to promote my ideas and projects and soon discovered that I got far better results than what they did with their traditional PR systems.
I ended my agreement with the PR firm and now help others achieve a superior level of marketing success as well as helping distressed dog owners have happy and well behaved dogs.
I credit my 2 Parson Terrier dogs for changing my life and career, watch this short video below to see me and ‘the boys’ in action.
I have lots of fun and wonderful tricks with my dogs but this is my ultimate ‘party piece!’ Watch carefully and you’ll be amazed at what they do behind my back when I change direction.