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Google Cracks Down on Press Releases

Google is cracking down on press releases – and that’s a good thing! Google wants to present information that people are searching for. That’s their mission. They want to do everything they can to prevent people from manipulating their results. That’s good news for people who are actively searching for your products and services. Google’s [...]

How YouTube Helps You Get on Local and National TV: Advice from #PR Expert Dan Janal

  Did you know that reporters and TV producers look at YouTube to see if you are ready for prime time?   It’s an interesting insight I picked up at the Authority Marketing.com seminar from John Maher of McDougall Interactive, based in Danvers, MA.   “Local TV producers want to see you in action. It’s [...]

By | December 2nd, 2014|Book publicity, Free publicity, Publicity|1 Comment

Should you retweet articles you’ve been quoted in? Publicity expert Dan Janal answers

One of my clients was quoted in an article and she asked me what the etiquette was for tweeting the link.   Now that’s a great question for the digital age!   I had to think fast on my feet because I don’t think I’ve ever heard this question before, or even thought of it [...]

Happy Birthday to PR LEADS!

August marks the beginning of the 14th year since I started helping authors, speakers, coaches, consultants and small business people with our PR LEADS service. I’m happy to report that our clients have told me of great successes and they’ve rewarded me by being loyal customers for many, many years.   We recently conducted a [...]

By | August 11th, 2014|Publicity, Publicity thought leadership|2 Comments

Publicity Opportunity in the Wall Street Journal for Book Authors

Have you noticed the Wall Street Journal is printing informative articles from authors of books that are about to be launched? The Saturday edition is the place to be for new books. I read two articles, one on how to learn a foreign language, another on arctic explorers. Both books sounded fascinating.   What is [...]

By | August 6th, 2014|Authors, Book publicity, Free publicity, Publicity|0 Comments

Are You Taking Advantage of the New Rules for Media? Asks Publicity Expert Dan Janal

How has the media changed? Is the media still important? The media world is changing. Let me show you the new landscape and how to master it. The media is divided into four kinds of different media now because of power of the Internet and social media. -       Number one is called “earned” media. This [...]

Good news is good publicity

Dan JanalPublicity Strategist * Speaker Pizza is in the news. Look at these three stories and tell me which company got the better publicity and branding: 1.     Domino’s loses law suit for not paying employees overtime 2.     Papa John’s blames Obamacare and cuts hours for employees so it won’t have to provide health [...]

By | February 13th, 2014|Publicity, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments

Publicity thought leader Dan Janal "applauds" Google's use of consumer-endorsed commercials

Dan JanalMarketing Speaker Google certainly got a lot of PR recently when it announced it would paste user’s comments and pictures on its ads. The outrage from the media and Facebook users was immediate. I must admit I was disgusted initially by the apparent violation of privacy and intrusion into personal affairs. Then [...]

By | November 2nd, 2013|Advertising, Publicity, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments