All posts tagged: ImaginePublicity

ImaginePublicity Interviewed on Crime Time with Vito Colucci

  Old friend of ImaginePublicity, Vito Colucci, extended a warm invitation to be a guest on his weekly national radio show, Crime Time with Vito Colucci to be aired on Sunday, June 8 at 11pm eastern time. Join Delilah and Vito as we jam to the bumper music and talk serious issues! On my second appearance with Vito we talked in depth about CUE Center for Missing Persons, it’s founder, Monica Caison, and her 20 year work with families of the missing across the country. Listeners will learn about the special stresses a family goes through when searching for a loved one, and the “new normal” they must accept in their lives in order to go on. We touched on our relationship with the late Susan Murphy Milano and how, as ImaginePublicity’s first client, she helped pave the way for others to become involved as clients and how the company has grown since it’s inception in 2008. As seen in the client roster, there is a variety of personalities who come to the ImaginePublicity table as …

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5 Easy Pieces: Speakers and Presenters

No matter what your level of expertise as a speaker or presenter, if you follow 5 easy steps when addressing an audience as an expert, it will go a long way towards showcasing your expertise, engaging your audience, and guaranteeing a positive return on your time. If you don’t find yourself at the point where you consider yourself a successful speaker, and recognize the potential for a lucrative income stream, be sure to sign up for training with Speaker Services.  With their vast experience, they will show you moves you never thought about! Don’t sell yourself short and, remember, as you prepare your next presentation, think about using these 5 simple tips as a guideline! Step 1- Know your Audience It’s important to know to whom you are speaking.  If you’re able, communicate with the event planner and find out who will be in the audience, what professions will be represented, and what corporate/employee/guest level will be attending. Ask yourself, “Is the person in the front row at the same experience level as I am, or …

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Debut Show, Tuesday, January 24: Change Already! with Jillian Maas Backman

Tuesdays and Thursdays Noon Central, 1pmET Listen LIVE or Later: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jillianmaasbackman “Warm and Fuzzy with Attitude!” Intuitive Life Facilitator and Author puts her interactive spin on social, spiritual and cultural reality. The host of the new show, Change Already! It’s Your Choice, It’s Your Future, Jillian Maas Backman, is well known as a radio personality,  author, preacher’s daughter, mom and so much more! “The world is changing by the minute and we need to chat about it.” Follow My Yellow Brick Road! The premier of Jillian’s latest foray on radio,Change Already! is Tuesday, January 24, at noon ET, and will give listeners background about who she is, where she came from, and where she’s going. Jillian promises the upcoming series of shows will be a deeply fulfilling and life enriching journey for anyone and everyone. Beyond the Pews Thursdays Jillian will be on for the second day of her weekly show and on January 26 she will be discussing her best selling book, Beyond the Pews: Breaking With Tradition and Letting Go of Religious Lockdown.  She will talk about how …

Riding in the Back Seat Long Enough??

 Respectfully reprinted from http://www.donnagore.com with a heartfelt thank you for the stellar endorsement! Have you been “riding in the back seat long enough,” just tagging along for the ride? Or… have you been “thrown under the bus” by friends, family or heartless would-be employers who could not see what you have to offer? Finding a new career or a new endeavor to generate extra money is frequently like taking a walk through a mine field without the proper advice.  You only have “X number of dollars” to spend… and you have even less time to chase down leads while competing with the masses… And then, there’s the holiday season… The holidays take their toll on your wallet, your time, your energy, your motivation.  And if you are unemployed, the “holiday spirit and happiness factor” are probably severely running on empty.  Lest we forget… the social media landscape is not for the faint of heart. However, Ladyjustice has “dipped her toes in the water” in recent weeks and found some rewards.  Some people do respond. Business is …

There’s No Such Thing as Bad Publicity? Wrong!

Everyone has heard the phrase “There’s no such thing as bad publicity, as long as they spell my name right!” That may have held true at one time, but with the advent of the internet and especially social media, a muddied name, and negative information, will spread faster than can be imagined.  If an individual, and especially a company doing business online, doesn’t know how to properly use social media networks, it’s time to learn.  It’s like saying there isn’t time to figure out how to use the phone, and just as important because social media sites are where customers are communicating, whether it be positively or negatively. 1. What are they saying? The first lesson to learn in social media is to monitor what others are saying.  Frequently check the Twitter stream or Facebook, look to see how many are talking about bad experiences, complaining about service, or overall bitching about someone doing them wrong!  Sometimes it makes for a juicy, gossipy story which spreads like wildfire. For some reason the public loves to …