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#NEWS: Join Star Factory PR In Wishing DERRICK PIERCE A Happy Birthday!

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Award winning adult actor Derrick Pierce celebrates a Birthday today!

Fans of Derrick Pierce probably already know this, but for those that don’t, the popular adult star / director celebrates a birthday today. Derrick has long established himself as one of the industries top male performers and has starred in a multitude of epic adult videos.

Aside from taking on the hottest women in porn straight forward sex scenes, Derrick has also shown off his acting abilities in features. Some of his more recognizable showcases performances have been as super villains in comic book film parodies. Must see movies include his turn as Lex Luthor in Batman V. Superman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody and Bane in Dark Knight XXX: A Porn Parody

In late last year, Derrick launched a men’s interest website to aid males in topics such as women, health, and finances. The mainstream oriented website can be found here: http://derrickpierce.com.

Head over to one of Derrick’s social media spots and be sure to wish the bad boy of adult entertainment a “Happy Birthday!”

https://twitter.com/thedpierce

https://www.instagram.com/DerrickPierce

#PR: ROYAL EMPIRE PRODUCTIONS Taps Star Factory PR For Representation

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The studio joins with the publicity company to strengthen its brand awareness.

For Immediate Release: July 1st, 2016

(HOLLYWOOD, CA) Adult entertainment studio Royal Empire Productions (http://www.royalempireproductions.com) signs up with Star Factory PR for public relations and publicity services. With a niche of the average guy that scores with stunning sex goddesses, the emerging XXX company is growing at an incredible rate. A library of over 100 scenes form the foundation of the company’s catalog. DVD releases from Royal Empire Productions include titles such as “Chronicles of Father Morgan” and “Body Art Vol. 1” that feature diverse and dynamic performers like Cindy Starfall, Cali Carter, Nikki Delano, Abby Cross, Tia Cyrus, Morgan Lee, Layton Benton, Sadie Santana and Richelle Ryan.

“Royal Empire has a unique feel and look to their videos,” said Star Factory PR owner Tanya Tate. “The company has come a long way in a very short time. A lot of that can be attributed to the distinct entertainment value of their productions. We look forward to assisting in creating brand awareness for them.”

The Royal Empire website is the hub of the studio’s online presence. There, users can enjoy countless hours of XXX entertainment. Constant updates features adult starlets in full throttle sex scenes, all filmed in high definition. More information can be found at http://www.royalempireproductions.com

Founded in 2005, Star Factory PR has long established itself as the premier adult entertainment publicity firm. With a reach that extends across United States, United Kingdom, Ireland and beyond, Star Factory PR clients have been featured in publications and websites worldwide.

Royal Empire Productions is looking to strengthen its brand awareness by hiring Star Factory PR. Expect to hear more about this up and coming adult entertainment studio in the coming weeks!

For more Royal Empire Productions please visit:
www.starfactorypr.com/royal-empire-productions-bio.html
www.starfactorypr.com/royal-empire-productions
www.RoyalEmpireProductions.com
www.RoyalEmpireStore.com
www.Clips4Sale.com/60117
www.Twitter/RoyalEmpirexxx
www.Facebook.com/Royal-Empire-Productions-450143398514611
www.tumblr.com/blog/RoyalEmpireProd
www.Youtube.com/channel/UCXBxxwchIsUBmY63O0WvlCw

For pictures from Royal Empire Productions, please click here:
http://www.starfactorypr.com/Royal_Empire.zip

To contact Royal Empire Productions:
Robert@RoyalEmpireProductions.com
Robert Morgan
(317) 200-5180

To interview Royal Empire Productions for your website and/or publication;
Please contact Star Factory PR:
(818) 732-0191
Info@StarFactoryPR.com

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Is your publicist falling short? Quite possibly

Is PR Dropping the Ball? Majority of Reporters Say They Are Unhappy with Press Materials and Lack of Quality Content for Stories

 

Journalists Are Likely to Ignore a Pitch that Contains No Graphics

According to a recent survey, an overwhelming number of journalists and media professionals are unhappy with how they are approached by corporate communications, resulting in working longer hours and increased frustration. The survey, conducted by content distribution and tracking platform ISEBOX.com, revealed that journalists are having to work harder and produce more in order to make a living—but their needs are not being met by most PR professionals or technology solutions.

According to the newly released survey of North American journalists and media professionals, 68% of journalists feel that their job has become more difficult in the last 5 years—which is in stark contrast to the recent technology advancements that were intended to accelerate workflows. Of these new technologies, few have been developed to facilitate mass distribution of content in a way that is easily accessible and centralized for media professionals—resulting in scattered and often inaccessible story-related content.

In spite of these obstacles, survey results show that 52% of journalists are producing at least 5 articles per week, with almost 20% producing over 11 articles per week. Of the articles published, 75% include multimedia content. Of the more than 20 pitches the majority of journalists receive each week, most do not include multimedia content, resulting in journalists spending additional time to track it down themselves.

“There seems to be a major gap between what reporters need, and how corporate communications are providing these needs,” said Salvatore Salpietro, CTO of ISEBOX.com, in a news release. “There is increasing pressure to gain earned media coverage by corporate communications and public relations teams, yet they are still making the process very difficult for media to access content and put together a story by using things like FTP, email, locked-down websites and manual requests—all of these are enthusiasm-killers.”

Regarding delivery of multimedia content to journalists, the most popular method is still via email, in spite of commonplace restrictions on file size attachments, followed by Dropbox and actual physical mailing of digital media, such as USB keys and hard drives. When gathering and collecting content, 80% of reporters expressed frustration in needing to spend more than 30 minutes doing so. Nonetheless, 80% of journalists feel including photos, infographics or video is very important to creating effective and engaging content.

“If a pitch doesn’t contain graphics I can include with my article, it’s hard for me to take it on. Even better if there is a video. I am under strict deadlines to produce at least 5-7 articles a day, and visual content is always required. Wasting hours sourcing and editing a company’s logo or media content to accompany a post is something I literally cannot afford. When a pitch comes with everything attached, no cumbersome downloads, I want to hug that PR rep. And, I’m more likely to pick up on the next release from them, too,” said Karen Fratti, freelance writer and frequent contributor for Mediabistro andHuffington Post.

Source; Bulldog Reporter