Blue Owl Barter, an Internet barter exchange, has announced the appointment of David M. Bresnahan of That PR Guy to head up the company’s media relations campaign.
[ClickPress, Mon Mar 28 2005] ROCKFORD, Minn. – Joe Kneeland of www.BlueOwlBarter.net knew what he wanted, but finding an experienced, creative, and successful public relations service was harder than he thought. The big PR firms assign small clients to an entry-level staffer, and charge a large monthly retainer – not what he wanted.
“I ruled out going that route and decided to try my hand at writing my own press releases,” explained Kneeland. “I searched and compared several pr consultants, passing on each until I found ThatPRGuy and instantly knew he was the man for the job. I could tell by his presentation on his website, and his example releases that he's a skilled and creative writer, and that his services are of real value.”
Kneeland runs an on-line barter exchange, www.BlueOwlBarter.net, where he helps buyers and sellers trade goods and services instead of buying and selling with cash. Members of his exchange have access to products and services offered by thousands of members around the world. Unlike other barter organizations, Blue Owl Barter does not charge a membership fee, something Kneeland believes sets him apart and makes his business worthy of media attention.
A search for “pr consultant” on Google brought him in contact with David M. Bresnahan at www.ThatPRGuy.com – the very first link on the search, and it was not a sponsored link.
“I was impressed with the site because it had what I wanted – information on exactly how to write a press release that would get results. But as I studied the information I realized it would take me days to do it myself, and so I decided to see what would happen if I let “That PR Guy” do the work for me,” said Kneeland.
So Blue Water Barter has announced the appointment of “That PR Guy” David M. Bresnahan to provide public relations services and head up all media relations for the company.
Bresnahan brings a lifetime of experience to his clients. He began as a journalist in the early 70's, became a radio broadcaster, eventually owned a radio station, helped pioneer the world of Internet journalism, authored six books, served in the Utah House of Representatives, and now provides public relations services to small businesses, non-profit groups, and individuals.
Bresnahan’s clients are regularly reported in both hard copy as well as on-line media, and they are often heard on many of the top radio talk shows. Bresnahan himself serves as spokesman for some of his clients.
“I cannot find another PR consultant that comes close to the skills and resources David Bresnahan can provide for my company. He has a total understanding of marketing on and off the Internet, link popularity, search engine optimization, creative press release writing, and how to make all those things work in harmony. And best of all, I can afford him,” said Kneeland.
David M. Bresnahan