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Album 5 Track 27 - Navigating Marketing with Relationships, Resilience, and Agility w/Kelly FlatowFrom client side to agency and back again, our guest today is one who prioritizes relationships and resiliency in her work and it has (and will continue to) taken her far in her career. She's worked for Forbes giants to campaigns you've most likely seen from NBA and Live Nation. Kelly Flatow is an extraordinary marketer and an even great person at her core. She is bringing nuggets and jew-els of her time growing her career, the things she's learned, and things she hopes you'll learn. Here are a few key takeaways from the episode: Are you prioritizing relationships in your life? Bumps in the road will come. How you handle it is the important part. Do your homework & accept multiple perspectives. Be a servant of relationships, results, and retelling. NOTES:Connect with Kelly:Kelly Flatow | LinkedInThe Hard Thing About Hard ThingsShow Partner: SpecificityLearn More About Specificity Stay Up-To-Date on All Things Brands, Beats, & Bytes on SocialInstagram | Twitter
Natalie and Derrica Wilson, co-founders of the "Black and Missing Foundation" join "Mind Over Murder" podcast hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley for a fascinating conversation about their organization. Now heading towards their 15th anniversary, the Black and Missing Foundation has helped solve hundreds of missing cases through their advocacy. We discuss why black and brown cases struggle to get media coverage, how young victims are being sex trafficked, how "Missing White Woman" syndrome can be addressed, and how you can help their important mission. This bonus episode of "Mind Over Murder" originally ran January 16, 2023.Black and Missing Foundation:https://www.blackandmissinginc.com/Black and Missing Series on HBO Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwUX0il8MwQHBO's Black and Missing Series:https://www.hbo.com/black-and-missingJoin us at CrimeCon, Orlando, Florida, September 22-24, 2023https://www.crimecon.com/CC23WTKR News Channel 3: 35 Years Later, Family Without Answers for Colonial Parkway Murdershttps://www.wtkr.com/news/35-years-later-family-without-answers-for-colonial-parkway-murders-caseJoin the discussion on our Mind Over Murder and Colonial Parkway Murders pages on Facebook.Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastColonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 15,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCaseYou can also participate in an in-depth discussion of the Colonial Parkway Murders here:https://earonsgsk.proboards.com/board/50/colonial-parkway-murdersMind Over Murder is proud to be a Spreaker Prime Podcaster:https://www.spreaker.comNew Article in Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for AnswersJoin the discussion on our Mind Over Murder and Colonial Parkway Murders pages on Facebook.Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastYou can also participate in an in-depth discussion of the Colonial Parkway Murders here:https://earonsgsk.proboards.com/board/50/colonial-parkway-murdersFollow Othram's DNA Solves: You can help solve a case. Help fund a case or contribute your DNA. Your support helps solve crimes, enable the identification of John & Jane Does, and bring closure to families. Joining is fast, secure, and easy.https://dnasolves.com/Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for Answers, Hope DNA Advances will Solve Case By Em Holter and Abigail Adcoxhttps://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-colonial-parkway-murders-anniversary-1024-20211022-76jkpte6qvez7onybmhbhp7nfi-story.htmlMedium: The Colonial Parkway Murders — A Tale of Two Killers? By Quinn Zanehttps://medium.com/unburied/the-colonial-parkway-murders-a-tale-of-two-killers-1e8fda367a48Washington Post: "Crimes of Passion"https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1997/08/15/crimes-of-passion/0a38e8f9-6d04-48e4-a847-7d3cba53c363/Daily Beast: "Inside the Maddening Search for Virginia's Colonial Parkway Serial Killer" By Justin Rohrlichhttps://www.thedailybeast.com/what-happened-to-cathleen-thomas-and-rebecca-dowski-inside-the-hunt-for-the-colonial-parkway-killerCitizens! 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There's a lot happening in New York City this week. One of the big events is the Clinton Global Initiative, where Shari Rudolph is as her organization, Good360, made a commitment toward reducing waste and community needs. She talks about everything happening at the CGI, plus the biggest marketing and communications news of the week, including the U.N. General Assembly, United Airlines promoting Josh Earnest, Lisa Ross taking a leave of absence from Edelman, other major people moves and much more. Follow us: @PRWeekUSReceive the latest industry news, insights, and special reports. Start Your Free 1-Month Trial Subscription To PRWeek
Invest In Her host Catherine Gray talks with Amanda Samoyloff, the Founder and Primary of Samoyloff PR (SPR), a full-service public relations and branding agency that champions the personal and professional reputations of diverse clients and brands pioneering change in and across industries and society. Amanda is a native Angeleno with over a decade of professional experience in public relations and branding, with an extensive background in the entertainment industry, before founding Samoyloff PR in 2017. Her infinite adaptability is showcased through a diverse roster of SPR clients, from nonprofit entities advocating gender justice and international education to entrepreneurs in DEI, wellness, events, fashion, manufacturing, and design, along with commercial real estate developers, a private equity fund manager, a paralympic athlete, experiential marketing gurus, and celebrity creatives across music, film, and television. At SPR, Amanda and her team demonstrate a dynamic ability to command communications expertise across a wide range of industries, honoring the celebrity potential of every client. Their public relations process is not just a strategy but a finely tailored, holistic journey to a new echelon of public perception and competitive positioning. The most formidable asset for any individual or brand is their story which is why the nucleus of Amanda's approach and the heart of Samoyloff PR is storytelling. SPR blends an unbeatable spirit of creativity with a down-to-earth process to deliver results that enhance and amplify clients' success. Amanda and her team transform these narratives into an enticing symphony of brand interaction, recognition, and growth, drawing the gaze of clients' consumers, investors, and journalists. Whether you're an icon in the making or a corporate titan seeking to invigorate your brand, Amanda Samoyloff and her adept team at Samoyloff PR, armed with their branding insight, are primed to execute your vision to reach your narrative destiny. www.sheangelinvestors.com www.samoyloffpr.com
How can marketing and public relations make a difference to your business? Anika Jackson and I answer this question. P.R. is not what it was even 10 years ago. Anika has helped business owners put on great events, and align their vision with their marketing. Anika has her own wildly successful podcast. Go grab a cocktail, and a cigar and strap in for an informative episode of Sales and Cigars. Get your free copy of Walter Crosby's new book: https://www.the7criticalmistakes.com/the-7-critical-mistakes-optin Connect with Walter Crosby: E-mail: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/walterlcrosby/ Website: https://helixsalesdevelopment.com/ Calendly: https://calendly.com/walter-helix/15-minute-virtual-cup-of-coffee Connect with Anika Jackson: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mindvault/ Website: https://www.fullcapacitymarketing.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AmplifywAnika
In today's episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Bree Fowler, the senior writer of cybersecurity and digital privacy from CNET. Bree shares her insights on building relationships through face-to-face meetings and the importance of establishing a connection with PR professionals. She also gives us a glimpse into her inbox, revealing how she manages the influx of pitches and the art of organizing her emails.
Damian is a Highly motivated, Professional Executive with over 15 years of combined experience in Multi-Million-Dollar Client Business asset Management, Marketing, Public Relations, Project Management, Staff Management, and Finance. With this experience Damian was able to build a vast array of Professional clients across the NFL, NBA, and Entertainment industry. Damian's experience, knowledge and relationships allowed him to successfully form long-term strategic business partnerships with Corporate CEO's, Celebrities, Media, Television Networks, Politicians, Foreign Dignitaries and Journalists globally. Key Moments [00:00:00] Damian Jordan, an experienced executive, is the creator of Finally, a search engine for marijuana-friendly job opportunities. He shares his entrepreneurial journey on the Entrepreneurs Enigma podcast. [00:05:41] Damian's entrepreneurial journey began in college when he created a college magazine that combined the styles of InStyle, Essence, and Sports Illustrated. Recognizing a need for a platform that focused on student life, he seized the opportunity to build a magazine that showcased campus events. At just 21 years old, Damian secured distribution and publishing deals and even featured Angela Simmons on the cover of his magazine. [00:07:21] Damian learned about relationships and fees. [00:10:32] Damian transitions from running his own firm to considering a larger sports company. However, after his friend Jelani introduces him to marijuana, Damian starts consuming it for improved mental health, alleviating anxiety and other issues. [00:17:14] Damian emphasizes the importance of passion and serving others through his entrepreneurial journey. Making money becomes insignificant compared to the value added through meaningful conversations and problem-solving. Loving oneself and a genuine love for learning are crucial for success in entrepreneurship and building companies, which has proven to be the best outcome for Damian. [00:20:11] Damian finds grounding in his Bible app, staying present and learning from others. Find Damien Online https://www.phynally.com https://www.forbes.com/sites/ajherrington/2021/10/12/new-search-engine-features-jobs-that-dont-require-drug-tests-for-marijuana/?sh=2338a62c5284 https://www.inquirer.com/business/employer-policies-marijuana-use-pennsylvania-new-jersey-20220929.html http://voyagela.com/interview/inspiring-conversations-with-damian-jorden-of-phynally/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/damian-jorden/ If you're enjoying Entrepreneur's Enigma, please give us a review on the podcast directory of your choice. We're on all of them and these reviews really help others find the show. GoodPods: https://gmwd.us/goodpods iTunes: https://gmwd.us/itunes Podchaser: https://gmwd.us/podchaser Also, if you're getting value from the show and want to buy me a coffee, go to the show notes to get the link to get me a coffee to keep me awake, while I work on bringing you more great episodes to your ears. → https://gmwd.us/buy-me-a-coffee Follow Seth Online: Seth | Digital Marketer (@s3th.me) • Instagram: Instagram.com/s3th.me Seth Goldstein | LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/sethmgoldstein Seth on Mastodon: https://masto.ai/@phillycodehound Seth's Marketing Junto Newsletter: https://MarketingJunto.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you think it's impossible? You've probably heard that, or that it's just easier with loans. But then you hear horror stories of people trying to pay back loans! I want you to be able to KNOW it's possible to graduate debt-free! Dr. Candice Johnson, my guest today, did so without student loans whatsoever! Sometimes the ability to do something starts with seeing that someone else did it. Come, listen, and be inspired! I know you might feel overwhelmed with all of life and paying for college is just another thing to do, but you're concerned about the future. Listen in to be encouraged. Come join our FREE Facebook group to meet others on the same college journey as you, and post questions! Facebook --＞ Christian College Girl Community - Scholarships & Graduate Debt-Free | Facebook Dr. Candice's podcast = HERE Related Episodes: 172 - 3 Ways to Search and Find the Scholarships Specific To You 173 - She Paid Off $20,000 in Student Loans in a Few Months, Before Ever Paying Any Interest! Learn How You Can Too (: 158 - How to Graduate College with $10,000 to SPARE! Learn About FREE COLLEGE Here... Also find me at... Instagram --＞ @moneyandmentalpeace) Email --＞ email@example.com Get scholarships and pay for college without student loans! Are you worried about how to pay for college? Stressed because it's so expensive? Are you having trouble finding scholarships, or all you find don't apply to you? Overwhelmed with all things school and money? Welcome fam! This podcast will help you find and get scholarships, avoid student loans and maybe even graduate college debt-free! Hey! I'm Kara, a Christian entrepreneur, amateur snowboarder, and scholarship BEAST! I figured out how to not only finish college debt-free, but I even had $10k left over in the bank after graduation. (& btw, my parents weren't able to help me financially either!) During school, I was worried about paying for next semester. I couldn't find scholarships that worked specifically for me, and didn't know how to get started while juggling homework and keeping up with ALL.THE.THINGS. But dude, I learned there was a better way! With God's direction, I tested out of classes, and found the perfect scholarships, grants, internships, and weird budget hacks that helped me go from overwhelmed to debt-free with $10k in the bank–all with God on my side. ... and I'm here to walk you through this, too. If you are ready to find scholarships specific to you, learn to manage your money well, and have enough money to kill it at college, this pod is for you! So grab your cold brew and TI-89, and listen in on the most stress-free and debt-free class you've ever attended: this is Money and Mental Peace. About Dr. Candice: Meet Dr. Candice – a beacon of encouragement and inspiration in our world. Her passion for lifting others up and helping them unlock their full potential is truly infectious. If you ever find yourself needing a boost of motivation, just look to her, and you'll witness a cheerleader extraordinaire, always standing on the sidelines, rooting for you to succeed. Born and raised in the vibrant city of Louisville, KY, Dr. Candice comes from a family of educators, instilling in her a deep love for knowledge and a heart for teaching. She honed her skills at Western Kentucky University and the University of Louisville, earning her degrees in Public Relations and Communication, respectively. Her thirst for learning and leading others to greatness led her to pursue a Doctor of Education in Leadership from Spalding University. Dr. Candice is the Founder and Chief Encouragement Officer of visionSPEAK Consulting, author of Queen, Arise, and the podcast host of visionSPEAK Live! Connect with Dr. Candice at visionspeakconsulting.com To listen to the podcast HERE Topics included in this podcast: money management, manage money, money, broke, waste of money, college, debt-free, overwhelmed, scholarships, college scholarships, scholarships for graduate students, undergraduate, Dave Ramsey, grants, college grants, university, free money
In today's digital age, podcasts have become a compelling medium for storytelling, networking, and brand building. But how does one make the jump from listener to sought-after guest? Dive in with us as we unveil the secrets on how to become a podcast guest.Ronjini provides her top-secret tips used by the experts to secure a spot as a guest on your favorite podcast. Get your pen and paper ready to jot down some notes. Tune in now to learn more about taking the first step to become the podcast guest everyone wants to hear from! Be sure to subscribe to be notified of our next podcast episode. Please like and share with your friends to help spread the message of The PR Playbook Podcast. Every review helps us bring you more content like this! Do you still have questions about becoming a podcast guest? Check out our contact us page to reach out to Ronjini. Support the showwww.thesilvertelegram.com
My 40th episode on this podcast was 35 Things to Do AFTER You Earn Media Coverage. I share this all the time with people.It's been nearly five years since I recorded it and because it's how you turn publicity into profit, it's time for an update.But instead of rehashing 35, I'm going to share the top 10 things to do.If you're subscribed to my newsletter, you'll get a free checklist you can download of these things, so make sure you're signed up at MediaMavenNews.com.Speaking of my newsletter, I'm also going to give away a copy of Alex Hormozi's new book $100M Leads, so make sure you're subscribed for a chance to win one.Join Christina's newsletter for insider tips on growing your business without ads here.Become a contributor to a top website to build your brand with free resources here.Click here to join Christina's 3-hour bootcamp Pitch Publicity Profit. Follow Christina on social media at: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube TikTok If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don't forget to tap that subscribe button. For more podcast episodes, tap here.
Scottsdale Fashion Week runs Sept 28-Oct 1. The state's most high-end series of fashion shows is a star-studded annual event with a calendar of activities sure to attract thousands of attendees. The week of events brings together designers, buyers, media, stylists, celebrities, VIPs and special guests. This week we have Scottsdale Fashion week co-founders Sheree Hartwell and Jamie Morris LeVine owner of Steve Levine Entertainment and Public Relations also co-founder of Scottsdale Fashion Week. As a former model herself, Sheree Hartwell went to Milan for a modeling gig when she quickly realized it was the business side of modeling she kept gravitating towards. After graduating with a degree in fashion and advertising, she went back to her former agency and instead of hitting the runway again, bought the agency herself. 18 years later she is still the successful owner of FORD/Robert Black Agency. Reaching new heights as an owner and putting Scottsdale on the fashion map, Sheree and Jamie are here to get us ready for the 2023 season. Check out https://scottsdalefashionweek.com/ to see which show you can attend. Calendar of Events Scottsdale Fashion WeekStarting Sept 28-Oct 1 there is a different show and location for each show. Be sure to pick the one that best fits you and get your tickets now. You don't want to miss the who's who's and the wear's wear' of Scottsdale Fashion. The Arizona Elvis Festival Get out your blue suede shoes because Elvis is entering the building this time. Happening Sept 21-23 @ Embassy Suites Scottsdale Resort. A lineup of 16 of the world's best Elvis tribute artists, this festival promises an unforgettable experience for fans of all ages. Fall Concerts Series at Scottsdale QuarterBring your chairs, unleash your dance moves, and head to The Quad for some Saturday evening jams. We've got a lineup of your favorite local bands, performing every week, from 5 - 7 p.m. This week is the Pickup Lines Band. SUBSCRIBE on your Favorite podcast listening app. Find us on IG & FB at Scottsdale Vibes Podcast or check us out on scottsdale vibes dot media. And don't forget that we are now the proud owners of Scottsdale City Lifestyle magazine where you can read about even more of your favorite community.
We speak to Lauren Reischer about her career in Public Relations, her involvement with the Special Olympics, and how horses and riding changed her life.Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 54:Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ BusinesswomenGuest: Lauren Reischer
We speak to Lauren Reischer about her career in Public Relations, her involvement with the Special Olympics, and how horses and riding changed her life.Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 54:Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ BusinesswomenGuest: Lauren Reischer
Horizon Therapeutics' Geoff Curtis has a wide range of responsibilities, including corporate affairs, strategy, audience engagement and innovation while overseeing more than 50 staffers in corporate comms, brand, government affairs, corporate social responsibility and more.And he built it all from a team of one person. Curtis talks about that process on the latest edition of The PR Week, as well as strategies for mentorship, the importance of internal communications and much more. Plus, cohost and PRWeek senior reporter Jess Ruderman talks about the biggest marketing and communications news of the week, including the 2023 edition of PRWeek's Hall of Fame, acquisitions by ICR and Omnicom PR Group and new roles for Stacey Jones and Brandee Barker. Follow us: @PRWeekUSReceive the latest industry news, insights, and special reports. Start Your Free 1-Month Trial Subscription To PRWeek
Cheryll Forsatz, the Vice President of Corporate Communications and Public Relations for Ferrero USA discusses: 1) The ethical implications of blurred lines 2) Influencer ethics and disclosure 3) Ethics and AI
REMIX: Album 5 Track 6 - Marketing's Role in Digital Addiction w/Jill DowBrand Nerds! Today's guest is bringing experience from both the corporate and client side of marketing. From entry-level to CEO, Jill Dow has made her mark in every position she's been in, both in quality of work and care for those she has worked with. Guided by the inspiration of her father and mother and the lessons life has taught Jill along the way, she is dropping jew-els that will get you thinking and reflecting on your own journey. An episode you don't want to miss. Send it to your friends. Send it to your family. Here are a few key takeaways from the episode: Always Seek to Learn Work with Truth and Integrity Own Your F-Ups & Work Towards Better Your Brand First Marketing's Role in Digital Addiction NOTES:Show Partner: SpecificityLearn More About Specificity Stay Up-To-Date on All Things Brands, Beats, & Bytes on SocialInstagram | Twitter
What is a weighted pillow and why did the founders of YouTube and GoPro invest in the company behind it? Mikey Goldman, founder of Quiet Mind, joined the Startup Savant podcast to discuss the creation of the first-ever weighted pillow. Diagnosed with ADHD and math dyslexia, Mikey was overprescribed a litany of medications to manage his symptoms daily. The founder decided there must be another way. In this episode we discuss how Mikey created the weighted pillow in stealth mode, the necessity of NDAs even for friends, and how a mixture of PR and SEO has become the company's most successful marketing strategy.Quiet Mind Links: https://www.onequietmind.com/https://www.instagram.com/quietmind/https://twitter.com/quietmindhttps://www.tiktok.com/@onequietmindStartup Savant Links: https://startupsavant.com/podcasthttps://www.youtube.com/@StartupSavantPodcast/https://www.instagram.com/startupsavantpodcast/https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-savant/
In this episode, we're diving deep into the concept of contributed articles. I'll unravel what they are, why they matter, and how you can make the most of them in your content strategy.What exactly is a contributed article? Why should you care? I'll explain all of this and more as we explore the benefits of becoming a contributor to online publications and platforms.Stay tuned as we delve into the strategies and steps you need to take to effectively pitch, write, and publish contributed articles that make an impact. So, whether you're a seasoned writer or new to the world of content creation, this episode is packed with valuable insights to help you become a master of contributed articles.Join Christina's newsletter for insider tips on growing your business without ads here.Become a contributor to a top website to build your brand with free resources here.Click here to join Christina's 3-hour bootcamp Pitch Publicity Profit. Follow Christina on social media at: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube TikTok If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don't forget to tap that subscribe button. For more podcast episodes, tap here.
Can you believe it - the holiday season is fast approaching. Are you ready for the holidays? Is your company trying to figure out how to setup and secure gift guides for the media? Figuring out your business's holiday deals and bundles? What are you pitching to the media? Are you totally confused, and not sure where to start? Check out this episode of The PR Playbook Podcast to help you get started ASAP...Be sure to tune into this episode. Ronjini helps provide expert tips and hacks on how to get your business gift guides ready for the holiday season. If you want to reach out to Ronjini to have personal 1 on 1 support, then visit The Silver Telegram right away. You don't want to miss the deadline! Be sure to subscribe for the next episode launch. If you enjoyed the episode, please like and share with your friends. Support the showwww.thesilvertelegram.com
Joyce welcomes Colleen Mascia, Category Strategy Manager in Pfizer's Global Procurement Group managing the engagement of creative advertising agencies, with a specific focus on Public Relations, and Christine Aurigemma, Senior Manager of Diversity Sourcing in Pfizer's HR organization championing Inclusion and Disability and Neurodiversity Advocacy. The guests will be discussing the Disability: IN Mentor/Mentee relationship and partnering for equity for people with disabilities in the workforce.
Welcome to Proof-of-PR, your passport into the world of Public Relations for Bitcoin and Web3. In our ninth episode, our host Kelley Weaver, CEO of Melrose PR sits down with fellow entrepreneur Josh Hubberman, CTHDRL Co-Founder / Partner to discuss building the bridge between Web3 tech that can solve Web2 problems, visual identity for a brand, how blockchain tech is like a new paintbrush, the creative intersection of tech and digital design, and so much more! To stay up-to-date on upcoming guests and news follow us on Twitter at @ProofOfPR.
On this episode of Coffee with a Journalist, we sit down with Catherine Perloff, a reporter from Adweek. She gives us insight into her coverage of ad tech, social media platforms, and their influence on the marketing community. Catherine discusses the nuances of exclusives, how to approach her with trend stories she hasn't covered yet, the value of regular source conversations, and more.
Imagine using "fame" to grow your authority & visibility... Join Sophia in this episode as she unveils the secrets to gaining recognition and credibility through features in major publications and coveted 'as seen in' press releases. Discover how you, too, can become a notable figure in your field. She'll help you with this! :) Are you ready to: Go from trading your time doing 1:1 with patients/clients to complete time freedom, helping more people ? Find a like-minded community and support that takes you to the next level ? Bring in an additional revenue source in your business by turning your experience into an online program? If yes, click the link below and let's chat for 15 minutes. https://calendly.com/sophiarising/connect-call You're not alone. I'll guide you for free with the EXACT steps that have helped my clients and I get clarity on where to start & what steps to take: Freedom Workshop DM Sophia on IG @thesophiarising
Lori Sussle Bonanni is the founder of elssus, LLC, a multi-disciplined communications consultancy. Lori builds and grows companies' reputations thereby increasing awareness, business results and credibility. Think of her as a nontraditional publicist working with companies as early as funded startups and as established as Global 500s. She partners with her clients to help them raise their next round of funding, hire and retain top talent and be noticed by potential and existing customers. Her work spans communications including public and media relations, strategic, internal and crisis communications, integrated marketing, advisory and more. Lori speaks and writes about effective and mindful communication, visibility and reputation management. Lori's most requested talks are ‘Attention is Earned, Not Given: Getting Your Business Media Attention' and ‘Mindful Communication: Who are you Unknowingly Excluding?' Lori gives generously with her time. She opens office hours to mentor startup founders through Almaworks (Columbia University's startup accelerator), Black Ambition (supporting Black and Latinx founders founded by Pharrell Williams) and Mentor Makers (via the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center). She speaks with marketing and advertising students at universities through a partnership with the Advertising Education Foundation. Lori also hosts monthly Ask Me Anything sessions to answer questions from founders and operators about how to best communicate a funding round before, during and after the announcement. Prior to launching elssus, Lori held senior-level marketing, communication and business development roles at world-class organizations including Verizon, World 50, NBCUniversal and DDB. Her writing has been featured in prestigious media outlets such as U.S. News and World Report, Huffington Post and The Muse. Lori earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a Specialization in Advertising and Public Relations from Rowan University. After graduation, she participated in BUNAC's International Work Exchange Program in London, England. Lori also earned multiple continuing education certificates for Advertising Copywriting from the School of Visual Arts. In 2021, she earned both a Certificate in Women's Entrepreneurship from Cornell University and a Certificate in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace from the University of South Florida. In 2023, Lori was recognized as a Woman of Excellence by the Rochester Business Journal. Key Moments [00:05:44] Random jobs in London, publishing firm followed. [00:07:58] Found it, booked it, went big, loved it. [00:12:11] Temporary remote work led to permanent company. [00:13:40] Flexibility, diversity, adventure - thriving in work. [00:17:18] Jersey Shore, different country, reference for Philadelphians. Find Lori Online https://www.elssus.com/series-a-funding-announcement-pr https://www.elssus.com/ask-me-anything https://www.elssus.com/services https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisusslebonanni/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/elssus If you're enjoying Entrepreneur's Enigma, please give us a review on the podcast directory of your choice. We're on all of them and these reviews really help others find the show. **GoodPods: https://gmwd.us/goodpods iTunes: https://gmwd.us/itunes Podchaser: https://gmwd.us/podchaser** **Also, if you're getting value from the show and want to buy me a coffee, go to the show notes to get the link to get me a coffee to keep me awake, while I work on bringing you more great episodes to your ears. → https://gmwd.us/buy-me-a-coffee** Follow Seth Online: Seth | Digital Marketer (@s3th.me) • Instagram: Instagram.com/s3th.me Seth Goldstein | LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/sethmgoldstein Seth on Mastodon: https://masto.ai/@phillycodehound MarketingJunto.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us for an insightful event that delves into the evolving landscape of Public Relations and how it's so much more than a press release.ABOUT TOGETHER DIGITAL We are a national community of influential women in digital – who choose to share their knowledge, power, and purpose by coming together to make meaningful connections and deeper conversations happen so we all move forward, faster.Join the movement.ABOUT THE LOUNGE Looking for more purpose, fulfillment, and professional and personal development? Be a part of our LIVE podcast audience and end your week with Together Digital's Chief Empowerment Officer, Amy Vaughan as she hosts authentic conversations with women in digital who wish to see change or be the change within their industry. Register now and reserve your seat.THIS WEEK'S TOPIC:Ready to embark on a PR journey with a seasoned pro? Join us as we chat with Tami Nealy, a corporate communications expert with a diverse career that's taken her from pro sports to influencer marketing. Tami brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and passion for storytelling to the table. We uncover the evolving world of PR, from the traditional press release era to the emergence of social media, community relations, events, and reputation management.As we delve into our conversation with Tami, we explore the indispensable power of building relationships and shaping company narratives. Drawing upon her wide-ranging experiences, Tammy stresses the importance of crystal clear intentions when pitching. Together, we decode strategies to establish trust and credibility and discuss measuring success in PR, unearthing how QR codes, promo codes, and other forms of attribution can track engagement and ROI. Finally, we examine how customer service and PR can become an unbeatable duo for managing reputation and creating consistency. We'll guide you through strategies for aligning customer service scripts with a PR strategy that offers tangible results. Then, we venture into the intersection of PR, educational technology, and influencer marketing, and discover the importance of relationship building. So, are you ready to unleash the power of PR? Tune in and let Tami's insights inspire your journey.LINKS:Tami's LinkedInWhat Are Key Performance Indicators?Sponsored by: COhatchCOhatch is a new kind of shared work, social, and family space built on community. Members get access to workspace, amenities like rock walls and sports simulators, and more to live a fully integrated life that balances work, family, well-being, community, and giving back. COhatch has 31 locations open or under construction nationwide throughout Ohio, Indiana, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee.Support the show
Explore earned media coverage insights with Jason Mudd, CEO of Axia Public Relations, and gain valuable insights into effective PR strategies.Guest Bio:Our episode guest is Jason Mudd, the CEO of Axia Public Relations and a trusted adviser to some of America's most admired brands. With a career spanning decades, he has worked with prominent organizations, including American Airlines, Hilton, and Verizon.Five things you'll learn from this episode:1. Why media coverage needs to feature your company's products or services2. Why more prominent, bigger media isn't always better3. Why you should act like a billion dollar company for media coverage4. How to act like a publicly traded company in the media5. How to make journalists care about your company and pitchesQuotables:“You are more likely to get more readership, maybe less eyeballs, but more readership on that brief than you are a full feature story because people are busy and they just don't have time to read a full feature story.” - Jason Mudd“At the end of the day, shorter means more people are going to invest in it.” Jason Mudd“In PR we tend to forget that it's about relationships and building relationships. So I'm a big advocate for putting relationships back into public relations.” - Jason Mudd“80% of the time they're covering prominent companies. Now, 20% of the time they're doing something else, and that's your opportunity, but it's only 20% of the time. So you've got to think more opportunistically about looking for ways to get woven into and tied into the organization.” - Jason Mudd“The more you act like a publicly traded company even when you're not public and you're willing to talk openly about your numbers, whether they're true financial dollars or percentages, then that makes you have more substance to the news that you're sharing and therefore automatically makes you more newsworthy.” - Jason Mudd“Have an audience focus, empathetic message about why they should care, how this is going to help them.” - Jason MuddIf you enjoyed this episode, please share it with others and leave us a review!About Jason Mudd:Jason Mudd is the CEO of Axia Public Relations, with a career spanning decades and collaborations with prominent organizations, including American Airlines, Hilton, and Verizon.Guest's contact info and resources:Jason Mudd on TwitterJason Mudd on LinkedInAdditional Resources from Axia Public Relations:How to measure and categorize the different tiers of news media outlet types3 crucial differences between a news story and a feature story that will make you a better writerWhat is news? 10 elements of news and newsworthiness60 Second Impact Support the show On Top of PR is produced by Axia Public Relations, named by Forbes as one of America's Best PR Agencies. Axia is an expert PR firm for national brands. On Top of PR is sponsored by ReviewMaxer, the platform for monitoring, improving, and promoting online customer reviews.
We asked Breakthru Brands Founder, Laura Barnard, about common patterns women face during their leadership journey. The company has worked with over 200 clients, primarily women leaders, to elevate their unique contributions and voices. Based on the data and other studies, Barnard identified two gaps senior women leaders deal with as they progress in their careers: 1. Confidence gap: Senior women leaders are less likely to feel confident in their job performance within their careers. 2. Authority gap: Senior women leaders are less likely to feel heard and trusted in the workplace, they also experience interruptions and doubt in the workplace. This insight is interesting because one is internal, while the other seems to be external. Barnard goes in depth about these two gaps and much more during her visit to @1QLeadership. @1QLeadership Question: Have you faced the confidence and authority gaps during your career? - Tai M. Brown - One Question Leadership Podcast
Rutgers grad student Anna Tamke penned an op-ed in PR Week sharing her thoughts on why college has not prepared her for a career in public relations – a plea for higher education to teach real world skills in the classroom. "It's a rude awakening when you graduate with a PR degree and realize you're unemployed in a post-pandemic world with an unreal expectation for what working in your field looks like,” Tamke wrote. “If the education system properly taught students — like myself — what PR is and how to do it, entering the workforce wouldn't be so hard." Austin and Thomas are joined by Calgary-based comms pro Matthew John to weigh on the opinion piece, share their personal experience breaking into corporate communications, what schools of higher learning can do to properly equip students to succeed, and why it's important for students and professionals to look after their own professional development.Music Credit: Smoke (with Lostboycrow) – Feather FOLLOW MATTHEW JOHN ON SOCIAL MEDIA
In this episode of On Record PR, Gina Rubel goes on record with Susan Bocamazo, Managing Director of Bridgetower Media, to discuss how lawyers can raise their profiles through mutually beneficial partnerships with media professionals. Learn More Susan Bocamazo is a graduate of Providence College and Harvard Law School. She practiced in the litigation department of Testa, Hurwitz and Thibeault in Boston before originally joining Lawyers Weekly as a news writer. She now serves as the managing director for Bridgetower Media's legal vertical, which encompasses legal brands in Massachusetts, Virginia, Missouri, Michigan, North and South Carolina and Rhode Island. Susan has 20+ years of experience in the rapidly changing media industry, adapting to readers' changing expectations and a digital-first world. She has expertise in all business areas, including community outreach, corporate strategy and organizational performance.
Georgia State University Assistant Law Professor Anthony Michael Kreis weighs in on the release of the Georgia grand jury report and Trump's pardon chances. Virginia Tech Professor of Public Relations and author Cayce Myers discusses Trump's mugshot. Austin Peay State University Professor and Executive Director for Decision Support and Institutional Research Andrew Luna analyzes alleged […]
Jessica Fepelstein, ASTHO Analyst of State and Community Engagement, explains the work the ASTHO Strategies to Repair Equity and Transform Community Health (STRETCH) Initiative is doing to promote health equity; Carolyn Mullen, ASTHO Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Relations, says there is a lot of work to be done to prevent a government shutdown this fall; Alicia Justice, ASTHO's Senior Director of Programmatic Health Equity Initiatives & Strategy, is recognized in this year's de Beaumont Foundation 40 Under 40 in Public Health; and ASTHO welcomes new members Dr. Kaitlan Baston and Dr. Puthiery Va to the organization. CDC Foundation: Open Requests For Proposals: STRETCH 2.0 The de Beaumont Foundation: 40 Under 40 in Public Health The Maine Department of Health and Human Services: DHHS Commissioner Lambrew Announces Director for Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Founded by entrepreneur, multimedia producer, marketing strategist Nadya Rousseau, and photographer, writer, and marketing strategist Lauren Jones, Alter New Media began as a digital production house. Now, more squarely working at theintersection of marketing, media, and tech, Alter New Media understands that purpose and profit should never be mutually exclusive and carries this ethos into every project.Alter New Media has supported over 700 companies, creators,talent, and thought leaders worldwide across multiple industries to date with brand and marketing strategy development, end-to-end digital marketing, influencer marketing, public relations, purposeful partnerships, and digital production.Serving clients that aim to make a lasting impact in the world and disrupt the status quo with their product or service is what drives Alter New Media forward.Alter New Media social media:Alter New Media (@alternewmedia) • Instagram photos and videosNadya Rousseau | Instagram | LinktreeLauren Jones (@oracle01010_) • Instagram photos and videosSubscribe to Visit Vegas Places with Coyal Never miss an episode again!Plus get behind the scenes coverage with business owners and chefs.Have you thought about hosting your own podcast show? If so, I have provided links below to get you started in the right direction. Start with some gear that you already have, and a quiet space. Now you are officially ready.Riverside FM - provides quality recording and virtual capabilities for long distance guest.Access RiversideFM hereBuzzsprout - is hands down the easiest and best way to launch, promote, and track your podcast. Your show can be online and listed in all the major podcast directories (like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more) within minutes of finishing your recording.Access Buzzsprout HereShow music composed by: Dae One Visit Vegas Places with Coyal. Real Vegas, Real Topics, Real Business with Real Owners. Covering topics on economics, entrepreneurship, health, well-being and FOOD! Thank You for tuning in and make sure to VISIT VEGAS PLACES!Follow our social media platforms:https://www.instagram.com/visitvegasplaces/https://www.youtube.com/c/CoyalHarrisonIIISupport the show
The semiconductor industry is in an interesting position – on one side, the demand is there for it to become a $1T industry sometime in the next 7-10 years. But headwinds – including a current downturn, has many companies putting the brakes on spending. In this episode, Françoise von Trapp talks with Joe Cestari and Martijn Pierik, of Kiterocket, about why companies should think twice about cutting their marketing budget and what they can do to move up in a downturn. You'll learn about the cyclic nature of the semiconductor industry and the general philosophy behind why companies cut their budgets when facing a lull in revenue. You'll also learn why that's not necessarily the best business decision, and how investing in the health of your brand is critical to position your company for growth. If you don't have a choice and your marketing budget is cut, Pierik and Cestari offer tips on how best to approach prioritizing your marketing and communications activities. Lastly, you'll learn about Kiterocket's PR-forward approach to marketing communications, and what sets the agency apart from others serving the semiconductor and microelectronics industries. To learn more, visit www.kiterocket.comFind Our Guests on LinkedIn Martijn Pierik, Founder and Chair, Kiterocket Joe Cestari, Executive Director, KiterocketComing up Next.... Join us next week for a preview of the International Microelectronics and Packaging Society International Symposium. I'll be speaking with Erica Folk, incoming IMAPS president, and members of the committee about what you can expect from this year's event that takes place October 2nd to 5th in San Diego, CA.Kiterocket A global strategic marketing agency serving the semiconductor and sustainability industries.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showBecome a sustaining member! Like what you hear? Follow us on LinkedIn and TwitterInterested in reaching a qualified audience of microelectronics industry decision-makers? Invest in host-read advertisements, and promote your company in upcoming episodes. Contact Françoise von Trapp to learn more. Interested in becoming a sponsor of the 3D InCites Podcast? Check out our 2023 Media Kit. Learn more about the 3D InCites Community and how you can become more involved.
Album 5 Track 26 – Pursuing Wonder in Life & Career w/Roger FishmanBrand Nerds! We are back at you with a friend of the guys, Roger Fishman. Roger is a Filmographer/Photographer and a self-proclaimed former/recovering marketing executive. Today he brings a multiperspective on the brand and marketing world from his vast experience working with some of the top name brands in the business. He is leading with intentionality and empathy in his work, two attributes that have taken him far in his success. Aside from the business aspect, Roger is a fantastic human being who loves nature and his family. You can find him working with global conservation nonprofits and in various nature environments, capturing the beauty and wonder of the world or traveling with his son Jack.Here are a few key takeaways from the episode: In life, you have to earn it and own it. It's okay to take a beat and think about it before you answer a question Engulf yourself in your work, get first-hand experience with the product/service you are offering Marketing is about serving people, not just selling You can be both strategically intentional while remaining empathetic NOTES:Connect with Roger: www.rogerfishman.comRoger Fishman | LinkedIn@rogerfishman on social channelsCheck out Roger's work: RAO Case StudyArtists For NatureNARWHALS, ICEBERGS, AND THE EXTREME LANDSCAPES OF GREENLANDThink You Know What Water Looks Like? Take a Look at This.The ocean science-art connectionShow Partner: SpecificityLearn More About Specificity Stay Up-To-Date on All Things Brands, Beats, & Bytes on SocialInstagram | Twitter
Kyle Monson, founding partner of WE's tech subsidiary Codeword, joins us on this week's episode of The PR Week podcast to discuss the latest trends in that area, such as AI. He also shares his personal connection with the late singer Jimmy Buffett. Plus, we talk about the biggest marketing and communications news of the week, including changes to Audi of America's comms team, Barri Rafferty's new job, the upcoming NFL season, Roz Brewer out as Walgreens CEO, Buffett's song about PR and more. Follow us: @PRWeekUSReceive the latest industry news, insights, and special reports. Start Your Free 1-Month Trial Subscription To PRWeek
The next generation of buyers has a lot to teach us, and we got the chance to speak with them, particularly about their thoughts on the automotive industry. In this episode we discuss how Gen Z views the car buying experience, opportunities for dealers to better reach this growing segment of their audience and more thoughts on the industry from three college students (and JM Family interns!). In this episode you'll hear: Whether owning a car is important to younger generations If the car buying experience is something they look forward to or dread The importance of relationship building in the sales process & omnichannel platforms Whether they prefer online buying or in-person and just how they are researching cars What Gen Z thinks about the presence, practicality and performance of EVs Adam Yehya is a junior working towards a Finance major and combined degree master's program in finance at the University of Florida. He recently was an intern for the JM&A Group Business Transformation and Strategy Execution team. Jacob Schlessel is a junior at Florida State University studying Marketing. Jacob worked as a Marketing Intern at JM&A Group this summer. Madelyn Kelley is a junior at Florida State University studying Public Relations. This summer she worked with our parent company, JM Family Enterprises, as a Public Relations Intern. Like this episode? Check out JM&A Insider for more content like this.
The parents of Army Sergeant Daniel Perry are here with updates about the pardon promised to their son by Texas governor Greg Abbott after he was wrongfully convicted for defending himself against a leftwing mob in Austin during the summer riots of 2020. Plus, the GDP is being revised downward. Then, paganism and flooding at the Burning Man festival in Nevada. And finally, Elon Musk takes on the Anti-Defamation League.Guests:Rachel & Scott Perry | Parents of Sgt. Daniel PerryDave Brat | Vice-Provost for Engagement & Public Relations, Liberty UniversityMike Puglise | Former Law Enforcement Officer & Founder, Puglise Law FirmDaniel Greenfield | Shillman Journalism Fellow, David Horowitz Freedom CenterScott S. Powell | Senior Fellow, Discovery Institute & Author, "Rediscovering America"
Whatever your business - writing, art, music, tech, coding, sales, scientist, cook, anything - you've heard that publicity can get you and your work in front of your intended audience as well as others who can help you grow. But how? It seems overwhelming and confusing. Jennifer Perry is the owner of Lone Wolf Commnications, LLC, a public relations firm established in 2006. Jennifer has worked with Feld Entertainment,HBO Documentaries, Project Hope, doctors, satellite communications pros, authors, filmmakers, musicians and more. Her popular book on publicity, SELL YOUR BOOKS TODAY! provides a step by step guide for authors to be their own publicist if they can't afford one, and the basics apply to people in several fields. Also the executive producer and host of Madame Perry's Salon, and former host and producer of her own cable tv show in the late 80s and early 90s, she knows a thing or two about media. Callers are welcome!
On the latest SUPERSTAR SCORES edition of Smack Talk, CM Punk's career is given a 1-100 ranking in terms of Ring Skills (Athleticism and Psychology), Mic Skills (Charisma and Character), Appearance (Physique and Entrance), Behavior (Backstage Professionalism and Public Relations), and Crowd Reaction (Popularity and Credibility). --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/smarkoutmoment/support
Getting the word out about your business requires a mix of marketing techniques, but should working with influencers be one of your marketing strategies? On the one hand, influencers can help spread the word about your business, but on the other, influencers can take advantage of businesses and have less credibility than journalists. In this episode, Karen Stabiner talks about the challenges and downsides of working with influencers, particularly in the restaurant industry. 3:57 – Karen shares how she became interested in writing as a career when her eighth-grade teacher told her she was good at writing. 5:26 – Karen talks about how her family owned a restaurant supply company and how she spent a lot of time in restaurants as a kid. 9:25 – Karen describes the difference between journalists and influencers. 18:04 – Karen shares advice for working with influencers. 17:33 – Karen explains what journalist ethics are. 26:02 – Karen answers whether there are any good influencers. 33:40 – Karen talks about shakedown influencers. 38:52 – Nancy asks if influencers and journalists will ever become the same. Quote “I am a journalist. I am also a consumer of information. We need to take a moment and reflect on where we are getting our information, what the source is, what the quality of it is and whether we wouldn't like a little more. Influencers are like a snack. Journalists are like a meal.” – Karen Stabiner, Journalist and Author Links: The New York Times: “Social Media Influencers Are Holding Restaurants Hostage”: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/07/24/opinion/social-media-influencer-restaurants.html “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald: https://www.amazon.com/Great-Gatsby-F-Scott-Fitzgerald/dp/0743273567 “Charlotte's Web” by E. B White: https://www.amazon.com/Charlottes-Web-B-White/dp/0061124958 “American Prometheus” by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin: https://www.amazon.com/American-Prometheus-Triumph-Tragedy-Oppenheimer/dp/0375726268 Listen to Matt Ginn's episode on The PR Maven® Podcast. About the guest: Karen Stabiner was for three years the West Coast editor of The Counter, a nonprofit digital newsroom, until its untimely demise in May 2022; her work contributed to a 2021 SABEW award for general excellence. She is the author of “Generation Chef,” which follows a young chef as he opens his first restaurant and chronicles the upheaval in the riskiest of businesses. Her other books include “To Dance With the Devil: The New War on Breast Cancer,” a New York Times Notable Book, and her personal favorite, “My Girl: Adventures With a Teen in Training.” While the dignified label for what she does is narrative nonfiction, or immersion journalism, she prefers to think of herself as a fly on the wall. She has also written two cookbooks and two novels. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, Eater LA, Columbia Journalism Review, The New Yorker, Gourmet (a James Beard award finalist), Saveur, Vogue and Mother Jones. Karen was a founder of an alternative newspaper in Santa Barbara, California, and graduated from the University of Michigan. Karen spent 10 years as an adjunct professor in the M.S. program at Columbia University Journalism School, where she created a class in food writing and taught reporting and feature writing. Looking to connect: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karen-stabiner-54086b31 X: @kstabiner Website: www.karenstabiner.com
In this week's episode, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Anna Hrushka, a senior reporter from Banking Dive. Anna's expertise lies in covering the banking and fintech sector, and she played a vital role in launching the Banking Dive vertical. During our conversation, Anna shares her interests in bank and fintech partnerships, her knack for finding second-day stories that deepen major news topics, and her approach to building relationships with sources through introductory calls or even in-person meetings.
Last week, I walked you through my brand-new flywheel. It was all about content, so this week, I'm going to explain where I get the ideas for the content I create and how I create it.Some things mentioned in this episode include:LinkedIn PostCastmagicAgorapulseJoin Christina's newsletter for insider tips on growing your business without ads here.Become a contributor to a top website to build your brand with free resources here.Click here to join Christina's 3-hour bootcamp Pitch Publicity Profit. Follow Christina on social media at: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube TikTok If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don't forget to tap that subscribe button. For more podcast episodes, tap here.
Travis Paul Martin is an experienced marketing and communications professional with more than 15 years of experience guiding communications strategies for brands in the fashion, lifestyle, and consumer packaged goods spaces. Travis currently runs the consulting firm TPM Consulting, working with brands in the fashion, lifestyle, CPG space with a focus on affiliate PR marketing. Travis discovered his passion for helping brands harness the power of public relations and communications during his time at KCD, working with established brands like Barneys New York, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and The Gap, as well as emerging talent like Peter Som and Tabitha Simmons. While Fashion Director at BPCM, he launched brands, including Brock Collection and Draper James, to a national audience. And, most recently, Travis led the public relations team at Skoog Co. as Executive Director of Public Relations, with a diverse array of clients ranging from Rothy's and Gucci to Method and Room & Board. Travis' clients have been featured in Vogue, Architectural Digest, The New York Times, House Beautiful, The Wall Street Journal, and more. Travis holds a BBA in Design and Management from Parsons Paris and currently lives in Chicago, IL. On this episode, Travis speaks with Lauren Sherman about how his winding career path, from wanting to be an actor to studying design and working retail eventually led him to follow in his mother's professional footsteps.
Some call her Alexis, some call her Hollywood. No matter how you address her, one thing stays the same, she gets results. Since transitioning from the grey market, Alexis now dedicates her time and energy to bringing awareness to local politicians about hemp and cannabis and how the plant could be a benefit to the state through her company Consulting Harris. Weeks after hosting her annual 710 Day at the State Capitol, Alexis came to Livehiphopdaily studios to sit with CashColorCannabis to discuss 710 Compassion Day, why she's not a lobbyist, the importance of lobbying, the reason cannabis is losing on the federal and more. Stream our full interview now. This interview is sponsored by Tree One Eight. If you want to get your brand in front of the right audience, then you need to tap Tree One Eight. Tree One Eight can help you create unique advertising that helps you stand out.Specializing in Creative Marketing, Brand Building, Advertising, Website and SEO,As well as Public Relations.Follow Tree One Eight now, and see how they can help you reach a new level. Support the show
UAE: Loay Al-Shareef- Loay Ahmed Alshareef is a linguist based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.. Eretas Public Relations https://jewishinsider.com/2022/01/loay-alshareef-saudi-arabia-influencer-uae-israel-jewish-muslim/ https://www.axios.com/2023/08/28/israel-libya-cohen-meeting-us-protests Photo: 1934 Jerusalem No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow
In 2023, the world experienced extreme weather events from rising ocean temperatures to detrimental wildfire smoke to the hottest consecutive days the Earth has ever seen. However, renewable energy is at a historical moment in time where policy, technology, and finance have aligned in a way to make a generational impact against the climate crisis. Thanks to the implementation of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) over the last year, the industry has built significant momentum. We are witnessing a generational opportunity to drive both public and private sector investment into clean energy solutions. Tune in as Jon Powers, President of CleanCapital, is joined by Thomas Byrne, CEO of CleanCapital; Alex McDonough, Partner at Pioneer Public Affairs; and Marta Stoepker, Director of Public Relations at Qcells discuss the following: - Why the clean energy transition is at an historic inflection point as policy, technology, and finance align. - How the IRA has reshaped climate policy, and navigating those real-time policy changes. - How U.S. manufacturing of clean energy technology is increasing and what more to expect based on the IRA incentivizes for Domestic Products. - Understanding how climate legislation is unleashing billions of dollars in private capital to build assets like solar and energy storage.
I consider a flywheel a system. It's an order of doing things that once started, should keep going. One thing leads to the next.You can have a sales flywheel, a marketing flywheel, an operations flywheel, and more.I decided to create a content flywheel on paper. It was always in my head, but making a design in Canva to actually see makes a big difference for me when it comes to execution. Why content?When I look at how I get most of my leads and my clients, it's from my content. Even if it's not directly from my content, people look me up and check me out before deciding to contact me. My content is a big factor in their decision. So, this is a behind-the-scenes look at my content flywheel. If you want to see what it looks like, log onto BecomeAMediaMaven.com and click on this episode. You can also get the transcript for this episode and complete show notes there too. Join Christina's newsletter for insider tips on growing your business without ads here.Become a contributor to a top website to build your brand with free resources here.Click here to join Christina's 3-hour bootcamp Pitch Publicity Profit. Follow Christina on social media at: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube TikTok If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don't forget to tap that subscribe button. For more podcast episodes, tap here.
Pam Fultz and Jason Mudd discuss the importance of purpose-driven storytelling for PR professionals.Guest:Our episode guest is Pam Fultz, Senior Community Relations Manager at Bentley Village. Pam is also an adjunct lecturer for the University of Florida and Northeastern University. She is a past president of PRSA's Gulf Coast chapter.Five things you'll learn from this episode:What purpose-driven storytelling isWhy purpose-driven storytelling is importantHow writers can pull at their audience's heartstringsWhy PR professionals should use mission-driven storiesHow to create purpose-driven stories without sounding too salesyQuotables“PR is not just about media coverage, it's more.” — @Jason Mudd “Stories are designed to make an emotional connection with people … and ultimately create brand loyalty.” — Pam Fultz“PR's role is not just external communication, it's also internal communication.” — @Jason Mudd“You have to find the stories. You have to dig deep and find those connections.” — @Pam FultzIf you enjoyed this episode, would you please share it with others and leave us a review?About Pam FultzPam Fultz, M.S., APR, is an educator, public relations professional, and volunteer. She works as the senior community relations manager of Vi at Bentley Village and teaches as an adjunct lecturer for the University of Florida and Northeastern University. Pam teaches graduate courses in Public Relations Measurement & Evaluation, Public Interest Communications: Measuring Social Change, and Crisis Communications. She also serves as a Wildlife Committee ambassador for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.Pam holds a Master of Science degree in corporate and organizational communications from Northeastern University in Boston and a Bachelor of Science degree in communications from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. She is a past president of PRSA's Gulf Coast chapter.Guest's contact info and resources:Pam Fultz on LinkedInBentley VillageEpisode recorded: Aug. 23, 2023Sponsored by:On Top of PR is produced by Axia Public Relations, named by Forbes as one of America's Best PR Agencies. Axia is an expert PR firm for national brands.On Top of PR is sponsored by ReviewMaxer, the platform for monitoring, improving, and promoting online customer reviews.Support the show On Top of PR is produced by Axia Public Relations, named by Forbes as one of America's Best PR Agencies. Axia is an expert PR firm for national brands. On Top of PR is sponsored by ReviewMaxer, the platform for monitoring, improving, and promoting online customer reviews.
In today's episode, we have a special guest joining us, Sarah Whitten from CNBC. Sarah is an entertainment reporter based in Los Angeles. She has been covering the industry for nearly a decade. During the episode, Sarah shares her tips for effective pitching, including the importance of building relationships with sources and crafting attention-grabbing headlines. She also reveals the types of stories she focuses on, from Hollywood news to box office trends, and expresses her interest in expanding her coverage to include more extensive coverage of the music industry. Sarah also gives us an inside scoop on the value of exclusives and embargoes and how they impact her work. Additionally, she discusses her preferred method of communication, her appreciation for background sources, and the challenges of managing a packed inbox.