Page Six…Like Eating Cotton Candy

I don’t remember exactly when I became addicted to Page Six in the New York Post, but like cotton candy, it’s just too delicious to give up. Sometimes, they get their facts mixed up, but who doesn’t? Today, I read an interesting item about how to “plant” a client in Page Six. The advice is the same for any client you’re pitching, er, planting: it’s got to be newsworthy and exclusive. I’m always amazed that publicists don’t even know the basics. Weren’t they paying attention in class? Click here to read the article from PR Newser at Mediabistro.com.

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