Tips for Writing a Strong Press Release

You are excited to share some amazing news from your organization or business to your market. Perhaps, you have launched new codes for RSL that you want to share among your avid and loyal gamers. The thing is, you are not entirely sure how you can spread the word fast. In this regard, press releases or PR are the perfect way of getting the word out.

Whether you are announcing an upcoming event, an important transaction, new hire or even a promotion, it can get the job done. To make sure it will be a success, the following tips can help you out.

A Catchy Headline

Here’s something you have to know, journalists are getting tons of emails on a daily basis. To ensure that your press release would stand out from the rest, it is integral to have a catchy headline. Actually, it has to be informative too.

Try to keep the headline to a max of 6 words. After all, you can add subheadings and see to it that it has the most vital piece of information that your readers need to know. Try to make it exciting too.

Do it Right

Start your PR with the State and City where your business is located or operating. Start it off with that info and, add a dash (-). From there, you can get started with your PR.

Don’t Forget Your Main Subject

For journalists, always the main subject is the story’s main point. In a PR, see to it that the main subject or main point, as well as all vital information, are part of the first paragraph. You cannot guarantee that the reader will keep reading after that. So be sure that it has all the essential information. The succeeding paragraphs must have supporting information on your main subject.

Proper Styling

Write your press release like a news story. Keep your sentences simple and short. Refrain from using terms or jargon that commoners would not understand. Concentrate on information and facts and remember that you want the receiver to understand your PR. Otherwise, it beats the entire purpose of what you are doing.

Change Of Timetable | Several Changes Have Been Made To Regular Services

The Verkehrsverbund Süd-Niedersachsen VSN will inform you about the timetable change on September 2, 2021. In addition to numerous changes in the existing regular service in the area of ​​the Verkehrsverbund Süd-Niedersachsen (VSN), the increased traffic between Göttingen and Bovenden and Göttingen and Rosdorf, which many passengers demand, will be implemented on September 2nd. The city bus route 34, which runs between Bovenden and downtown Göttingen, has been specially set up for this purpose. The buses of the new line 34 between Bovenden and the city center (center) will run at a more frequent frequency from September 2nd, as will lines 61 and 62 to Rosdorf (from Hetjershausen: line 61, from Groß Ellershausen: line 62). Similar to today’s S62, the number 34 buses do not go to all stops in the city. To Rosdorf, the city bus routes 61 from Groß Ellershausen and 62 from Hetjershausen via the train station in Göttingen run more frequently. Due to the realignment of the GöVB lines on the Göttingen – Rosdorf section, the timetable for line 130 will be adjusted accordingly in both directions, which will also result in changes to lines 131 and 134.

Changes on lines 180 and 185

According to VSN, there are significant changes and improvements on lines 180 and 185. In the afternoon and in the evening, the offer will be expanded so that in conjunction with the new GöVB line 34 to Bovenden, every quarter of an hour is reached. During the rest of the day, there is usually a trip from/to Bovenden three times an hour, also in combination with the GöVB traffic. The Duderstadt Ebertring stop in the direction of Duderstadt ZOB will be set up for lines 161 and 163, while the Waake Burgstrasse stops on line 170 will be set up in the direction of Duderstadt. There is also an extensive adaptation of the timetables in the Kalefeld area.

Osterode to Gittelde

On line 261 between Wiershausen and Bad Gandersheim, there is a more concentrated service. Line 262 will be extended to Echte. On line 463, a new service concept will expand the route from Osterode – Förste – Eisdorf – Badenhausen – Gittelde with a simultaneous connection to the regional railways at Gittelde station.

Lonau serves a new line

The place Lonau will in the future be served by the new line 452 Herzberg Bahnhof – Herzberg Hospital – Lonau. Line 459 will no longer be available when the timetable changes. “All other changes are mostly a matter of minimal adjustments to the journey times,” said the Verkehrsverbund Süd-Niedersachsen. Due to various full closures in the Adelebsen area, Wesertal, and the district road between Volpriehausen and Schlarpe, lines 110, 112, 115, 211, and 212 operate according to construction site timetables until further notice. There may be deviations. Due to the construction-related full closure of Landesstraße 567 in the area between Ludolfshausen, Lichtenhagen, and Ischenrode, a construction site timetable will apply on line 141 from 02.09.2021. The service from Ischenrode by line 141 will no longer be available on August 30th and 31st and September 1st due to construction reasons. For the time being, the night buses in regional traffic will not run either, with the exception of lines 180 and 210. There will be further timetable changes in regional traffic from September 2nd on numerous routes. The new timetables are now available at db fahrplanauskunft.