Attend the national publicity summit to meet over 100 journalists and producers in-person so you can pitch your idea to them to get on TV, radio and in print.Read More
5 Strategies to Physically Prepare For a TV Interview–My Personal Secrets I need to lose 20 pounds. I wish I had less wrinkles. My butt is too big. Look at my wobbly double chin. She’s a liar. I don’t believe a word she’s said. What a schlump. Is that any way to sit in a…Read More
Lots of people call me who want to get on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, The View, MSNBC and more. Most don’t know that if they create the entire segment they have a better chance of becoming a guest on a national TV show. If they can envision the show, map…Read More
I was walking down our tree lined street yesterday when a boy popped his head out of a car window parked in his driveway. “Hi!” he yelled. “Hi!” I yelled back. “What cha doin?” “Washing my car,” he said. “Oh, don’t mind him,” his father chimed in. “He is only three and doesn’t have a…Read More
The following are 3 radio pitch letter templates courtesy Steve Harrison and Alex Carroll. (Thank you guys!)
Steve shared these brilliant radio pitch letter email templates and Alex created the amazing examples. You can just copy these and fill-in-the blanks with your topic or subject matter.
Also, if it isn’t obvious, all of these fabulous formulas double as as story headlines for pitching TV, magazines, newspapers and online to feature you or whatever you’re promoting.Read More
One of my goals this year is to give more things away. This is a carefully curated treasure trove of free goodies that will help you and your business move into the public eye gracefully with more ease and fun. Click on the image and you’ll be whisked to the right place to download a…Read More