The Top 50 Media Contact List — Yours Free

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Susan HarrowI’m Susan Harrow, a media coach, martial artist + marketing strategist who helps you double or triple your business with media interviews by using sound bites effectively.

For the past 30 years, I’ve been the brains + heart behind Harrow Communications Inc., a media coaching + marketing agency based in Northern California. I’m also the author of Sell Yourself Without Selling Your Soul® (HarperCollins) and a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and Psychology Today. My work is seen on the CNBC special, The Oprah Effect and across TV, radio, the web + more.

I help executives, entrepreneurs, authors, speakers, start-ups, CEOs, coaches, and consultants clarify their messages, set up their systems, craft their signature sound bites + get life-changing media exposure so that their media appearances result in business. If they don’t yet have a website, traffic, products or a platform I show them how to get those too. I also serve as a pitch deck coach for founders raising funds from Seed to Series C.

When I media coach you we work together so that: Everything you do, say, are, and think, is in complete alignment – from your words to your website™ BEFORE you reach out to the media. We focus on how to bring the business, partnerships, experiences, opportunities, connections and sales that you most want so you can grow your business in the direction you intend.

I believe that words are the ambassadors of our spirit. And that you can get everything you want without selling your soul. I believe that you can share your business, book, product, service, cause and gifts with the world — without being an axe murderer, alpha male, or shamed hero. There is a place for you and your company. Here. Now.

Here are a few places I’ve been interviewed, featured, or profiled:

CNBCNew York TimesCNNInc.NPRUSA Today

Here are a few places where we’ve gotten clients media coverage:

 The Wall Street Journal60 minutesGood Morning AmericaThe Today ShowTIME MagazineWIRED