An interview is a conversation consisting of questions and answers about a specific topic. In the case of a media interview, the interviewer — a reporter — asks questions and the interviewee — a source — provides answers, right? Yes, but it’s not always that cut and dried. Learn about the 6 basic types of interviews.
REVEALED: Everything that’s wrong with your media pitch and how to make it perfect and powerful in as little as 30 minutes. Go to www.PerfectPitchProcess.com to get my 5 step process for pitching the media and getting a YES. Pitching the media is a bit of a gamble. There’s really no guarantee that a journalist Read more about The Anatomy of a Perfect Media Pitch[…]
As a business owner, you want to publicize your business without breaking the bank. In fact, few small business owners have much of an advertising budget, or a public relations manager. That’s okay. There are plenty of ways to attract customers online, if you know where to look. Here are 5 ways to generate FREE Read more about 5 Ways To Generate Free Publicity[…]
They say the fortune is in the follow up. I talk with Willie from eWomen Networfollow-up about the different methods of following up. I also share how different networking strategies can be applied to getting more media coverage. I’m going on the road in 2018 and showing experts, entrepreneurs, authors and speakers how to Read more about How To Make Impact and Income through Networking[…]
Have you been asked by a journalist for an interview but you are unsure how to maximize the opportunity? Here are 4 simple things you can do before an interview to ensure you are fully prepared. Thanks so much for watching! Here’s the link to grab my free guide on media techniques: bit.ly/GeneralInterviewTips Ps. Subscribe to Read more about 4 Basic Rules For Any Media Interview[…]