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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

Now's the time to plan your editorial calendar

Now’s the time to create your editorial calendar for 2012. What articles should you write to tie into themes that your customers want to know about? What articles will reporters write that you can contribute to? I can help you create your editorial calendar as part of a one-time coaching session so you get all [...]

The Power of Branding

If you have a good brand, you can get away with a lot. Case in point, I was speaking in Nashville recently and decided to catch a concert at the Grand Ole Opry. The featured act was Marshall Tucker, the southern rock group that had a few superb songs in the ‘70’s. Unfortunately, their lead [...]

By | December 8th, 2011|Branding, Coaching, Publicity|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

Media Relations: How International Companies Can Improve Relations with US Media

Many international companies talk themselves out of getting publicity in the US. That’s unfortunate because a lot of their concerns are incorrect fallacies. Here are several ways international companies can build bridges with the US media to get publicity to build their businesses. 1.     Time barrier – Let reporters know when you will be available [...]

By | September 6th, 2011|Branding, Internet marketing, Publicity, working smarter|0 Comments

Publicity Tactics: How to pitch the media effectively

By Jeremy Porter Journalistics Smile and dial gets a bad rep. I rarely hear the term used in a positively. You should know by now that I’m against annoying journalists, whether through PR spam or telemarkety phone pitches. If you’ve got a good story to pitch, and you need to score some coverage fast, the [...]

By | August 18th, 2011|Publicity|0 Comments

Is Tim Ferris the Next Tony Robbins?

Tim Ferriss of “4-Hour” brand fame was called “the wildly popular self-help guru for young men” by the New York Times today (August 17, 2011) in an article which reported that Amazon will publish his next book, “The 4-Hour Chef.” The New York Times does not bestow honors like this lightly. Congratulations to [...]