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Why PowerPoint Doesn’t Suck, After All

Speakers love to criticize PowerPoint. I was one of them. I’m not any longer. When speakers slam PowerPoint, they say things like: “You shouldn’t read your presentation.” “If they can read your presentation, then what extra value do you bring?” “PowerPoint takes the attention from the speaker – and you’re the reason they are there.” [...]

By | March 26th, 2012|Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

"Reporters Are Looking for YOU!" Zooms to #2 Spot on Amazon PR Books!

My new book, "Reporters Are Looking for  YOU!" zoomed to the #2 spot on the Amazon best-seller list for public relations books - on its first day of "soft launch" to my email list members! Imagine what will happen when I tell the rest of the world about this book, which shares my publicity tips [...]

By | February 23rd, 2012|Authors, Book marketing, Publicity, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

Groupon’s Marketing Lesson: Do You Know Who Your Customers Are?

Everyone’s concerned about Google keeping tabs on your privacy. Here’s one group of businesses that apparently don’t keep tabs on you – restaurateurs. Here’s the story. I bought a Groupon for a restaurant. I actually buy lots of them – Groupon has taught me never to pay full price for a meal – but that’s [...]

By | February 21st, 2012|Marketing, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

Tips to Get on Reality TV from Celebrity Hair Stylist BIlly Lowe and Publicity Coach Dan Janal

Frankly, I'd like to throw Khloe, Snooki and the desperate Housewives of New Jersey under a bus. But it seems like everyone wants to be a Reality TV star. If that's in your plan, consider these look-good/feel-good tips from Billy Lowe, celebrity hairstylist and longtime PR LEADS client who is now offering beauty services to [...]

By | January 23rd, 2012|Publicity, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

2012 Marketing and Publicity Trends Predictions

I’ve been correctly predicting Internet marketing trends since 1994 when I wrote one of the first books on Internet Marketing. I’ve been right before so there’s no reason to think I won’t be right again. You can bet the farm on most of these trends and get even money on the others. 1.     Mobile marketing [...]

Publicity Thought Leader Dan Janal's Predictions for 2012 Marketing and Publicity Trends

I’ve been correctly predicting Internet marketing trends since 1994 when I wrote one of the first books on Internet Marketing. I’ve been right before so there’s no reason to think I won’t be right again. You can bet the farm on most of these trends and get even money on the others. 1.     Mobile marketing [...]

By | December 14th, 2011|Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

Publicity Strategy: Are You Sabotaging Your Publicity Campaign?

Many small businesses aren’t getting publicity for the oddest reason: They talk themselves out of it! Here are 10 common problems I’ve seen with entrepreneurs who want publicity. 1.     You think you don’t have anything newsworthy to say. That’s false because it is up to the reporter to decide what is newsworthy. If you tell [...]

By | December 1st, 2011|Press releases, Publicity, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

Finding Your Ideal Client

Nearly every client I have says  their perfect client is “everyone” because “I can help everyone” or “My book can help everyone.” That might be wonderful but it is bad business. You can’t afford to market to “everyone.” And “everyone” doesn’t want you. They want to work with someone who specializes in “them,” not in [...]

By | November 7th, 2011|Coaching, Commentary, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

What makes for a great Facebook page for small business?

Social Media Examiner listed its top 10 small businesses pages. What do they top one have in common? They look like magazine ads. They are beautifully composed. They are inviting. They are colorful. The usually feature people. Those are the ones I liked. Other winners looked like web pages or Facebook pages. To me, those [...]

By | September 6th, 2011|Publicity thought leadership, Social Networking|0 Comments