Month: November 2018

WRECKING CREW: ImaginePublicity on Air Interview with author John Ferak

In WRECKING CREW: Demolishing The Case Against Steven Avery, John Ferak details the investigation of evidence, victimology, and suspects not discussed in detail in the Netflix documentary, Making a Murderer. With access to Kathleen Zellner, Ferak has the inside track.

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Creating the “UN” To-Do List!

What could squelch creativity more than being overwhelmed by a gigantic “to-do” list and feeling completely paralyzed? In the age of technology,  if you search the term “how to un-do a to-do list” the results are related to a general instruction of how to correct a document on a computer. So, what is the “UN” to-do list? It’s a way of paring down today’s pace and putting it into proper perspective for a more balanced work life, and integrating time to play or re-charge. If we don’t regularly back away from work, we become less productive and the long hours take a toll on everything we do. 1. Prioritize what “to-do” Start the day of work life to-do list with the number 1 most important thing “to-do?”  Then just do it! Close off all other avenues of distraction and concentrate, focus on that number 1, most important item. Shut off the phone, close down all other tabs and windows, close the door and finish item number 1. Procrastination is probably one of the biggest productivity …

Content CRAPShoot

Content is king, or is it a crapshoot? What is the next trending subject matter to eagerly bring an audience to websites, blogs, and influence news sites? As marketers and promoters strive for our piece of the public pie and attention to what we are doing, we tend to overdose our audience on the same old “crap!” Has content marketing become a rehash of the same stuff, different place, with new buzzwords? Or are there definite differences in the way original ideas are explored and disseminated? I believe we are living in a time of digital overload. We are constantly barraged with new material everywhere we step in the social media world, and as we gather more and more followers and friends, the more “content” there is through which to wade. How much is really read, how much is it possible to notice? As the internet has changed the playing field of social media marketing over and over since it’s inception, it’s still a rather new entity. As marketers we’ve already seen the trend in paying for our …

Now I Lay Me Down: Interview with author Faith Phillips

Now I Lay Me Down skillfully tells the true story of two little girls (Skyla Whitaker and Taylor Placker) who were brutally gunned down on a country road in Weleetka, Oklahoma in 2008. The case took several years to solve, and the murder of another victim, Ashley Taylor. Faith Phillips takes readers through the whole journey, including a look through the eyes of prosecutor Maxey Reilly who finally brought justice to the families. Excellently written with the pen of a superb story teller. She is also the author of Ezekial’s Wheels and It’s Not That Hard To To order autographed copies: http://readbooksby.faith/book/now-i-lay-me-down/ If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air please email contact@imaginepublicity.com with a brief synopsis of your topic.

ImaginePublicity on Air: Interview with author Alan R. Warren

Alan R Warren is one of the current hosts of the House of Mystery Radio Show that is heard on KKNW 1150 A.M. in Seattle and is syndicated in many markets throughout the U.S. including 106.5 F.M. KCAA Los Angeles, Riverside & Palm Springs and in Utah on KYAH 540 A.M. in Salt Lake City and KFNX 1100 A.M. Phoenix. He has written six best-selling True Crime Books and Articles for True Crime Case Files Magazine and Serial Killer Magazine. For information on books and where to listen to House of Mystery Radio Show refer to the website: http://somethingweirdmedia.com In THE LAST MAN STANDING, true crime author Alan Warren writes in exacting detail about the kidnapping, murder and subsequent investigations—both in 1957 and 2008—that eventually led to the murder conviction of Jack McCullough. But the story doesn’t stop there as it delves into the years McCullough spent in prison and the efforts to have his conviction overturned. In “THE KILLING GAME,” best selling true crime author and radio show host, Alan R. Warren reveals the …