I think any business owner, brand, or marketer would love to have a great publicist in their corner. The problem? It’s costly and many businesses just do not have the budget. So, what do you do when you can’t afford PR? You do it yourself, right? Well, there’s another problem. How can you master your PR if you don’t really know what to do? Sure, you know a thing or two. It can’t be too hard to make some phone calls or send an email here or there in-between other daily work tasks. Actually, there is a lot to it… good thing I’m here to help!
When I’m not acting as a publicist, I’m teaching business owners, brands, and marketers how to do their own PR. Now, I’m sharing my decade+ of experience in the media industry with all of you… well, everyone online at least. Check out Master your PR. This e-course that covers everything. And I mean ev-er-y-thing. I get into how to find your brands story, who to pitch it to, how to handle a crisis situation, how to get a ROI by using social media, and I even tell you personal stories about how I’ve earned brands major media exposure. With that, comes some videos, worksheets, and checklists to help you along.
I know what works and what doesn’t… and I’m going to share it all with you! I’ve gotten clients featured on the Today Show, the Rachael Ray Show, in the Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Men’s Fitness, Food & Wine, Entrepreneur, and much more. I’ll teach you how to pitch the media, step-by-step. Yes, I’m offering my decade of experience wrapped up into a FREE e-course!
By the end of this course, you will know:
- How to find your brands story
- How to find the correct media, then pitch them effectively
- How to talk to the media so you and your brand shine
- How to become a regular on TV as a panelist
- How to earn yourself publicity as an expert in your industry
Sign up to learn how to Master your PR. Not only is it free, but I go into specific detail about what many brands and business want to know – how to get media exposure. Yes, I’ll cover it all… in just five days!
I hope to see you “in class.”