If you were anticipating a big insider PR secret for the third necessity to publicity success, this is it. It’s not flashy. It’s simple, common sense. But you’d be amazed at how often it’s missing from the world of media.
Everyone has a story. And when it comes right down to it publicity is all about telling your story. It’s also about keeping your fairytale from becoming a nightmare. This is part two in a 3 part series on the “3 Steps To Achieve Publicity Success In Any Venture”
I’ve done a quick review of both the CommentLuv and Disqus commenting platforms to help make a qualified decision on which should be used on my blog and I would appreciate any feedback from you on your experiences or opinions on either.
The technology industry has sadly been lacking women based start-ups, but in our Women to Watch interview today you will meet Natalie Sisson, self described Evolutionary Entrepreneur. Natalie is the Co-Founder and brainchild behind Fundrazr – the Facebook app helping non-profits use social media support their cause, and WomanzWorld an awesome resource for other women entrepreneurs to connect, learn and grow together online.
What is the single most important thing to know when you are writing a blog? Is it the technical experience to design and troubleshoot your theme and website? Or maybe a degree in journalism so you can write properly formatted article? Those may both be nice to know but the single most important thing in creating loyal readership for your blog is this:
How many times have you let an opportunity fall off your radar, or worse, completely missed an opportunity because you didn’t take the time to ponder the possibilities with a contact? Don’t write those off as lost opportunities so fast.
Why is it so darn easy to say you’re going to do something and then so difficult to follow through and actually make it happen? The key is to cultivate self-discipline and persistence however, that’s sometimes easier said than done, right?
Today’s interview for our Women To Watch series is with a super lady and female entrepreneur, Kelly Watson, founder of One Woman Marketing. Kelly started out much the same way most of us did, with one plan in mind…
More businesses are beginning to realize the power of marketing with social media and the real time benefits of social CRM on sites like Twitter. However, along with the benefits come concerns regarding compliance, reputation management and employee productivity.
A great way to overcome article writer’s block is by using templates. You can take a template and use it to churn out articles on any topic or niche. Below are three of the most commonly used templates used in article writing.