I’ve got room for a few more clients at my Premier and Elite levels, so feel free to pass this on to someone you know who could take use a marketing and communication boost in their business.
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Big fan of old school PR – press releases! Press releases can raise your profile without killing your budget.
Thank you so very much! I learned so much from you and am beyond appreciative! So much so, I implemented your advice on verbiage on my first phone call out today and GOT THE BUSINESS!!! I had some sort of weird block and you gave me a much needed kick in the pants on my verbiage and its already paying off! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
Rachel O’Donoghue, Global Accounts, HelmsBriscoe
- Earn more money by concentrating on the revenue generating aspects of their business - client interaction.
- Actually save money because they aren’t spending valuable time writing content for press releases, articles, websites, blog posts and e-zines/newsletters. That’s my specialty.
- Spend time on the tasks they enjoy, which in turn results in happier relationships with their employees, clients and family. Their increased productivity at work comes when they allow me to help them communicate.
- Decrease their stress levels so they enjoy their non-work life without worrying about their next e-zine/newsletter, article, blog or social media post.
- Create free time to spend with family and loved ones because they aren’t constantly working in their business.
Friday tip: Practice short & be flexible. Not every piece of writing is a novel. A blog, social media post or article can be a single line or paragraph.
She? Ze? They? What’s In a Gender Pronoun
Yep. Before you can run, you must walk. Or crawl. So learn the grammar rules. Then you can break them.