Tips For A Successful Speaking Engagement

Speaking engagements are a critical part of any public relations campaign. They allow a person to get before their target audience and directly communicate with them. Authors find that after a speaking engagement, members of the audience will purchase copies of their book. Business leaders find that after a speaking engagement members of the audience will be interested in their products and services. In addition, speaking engagements assist in branding the speaker as an expert in their field

Media Interviews Can Help Secure Speaking Engagements

Speaking engagements are a critical piece of any public relations campaign. They allow an author to reach potential readers; a CEO to reach possible investors and customers, a startup entrepreneur to reach investors, analysts, the media, and customers. Speaking engagements help build brand identity. It seems everybody is taking to the speaking circuit or have hopes to do so at some point. That is where media interviews play an essential role in helping to secure speaking engagements and increasing the desirability to book a speaker

Authors Don’t forget To Mention The Title of Your Book In Interviews

Authors know that broadcast interviews (radio and television) are a critical part of any book promotion campaign. These interviews allow an author to reach many people who would not hear about a book in any other way. The interviews help build both the author brand and the book identity. Yet many authors make one common mistake in interviews – they forget to mention the title of their book

How To Defuse A Social Media Attack Before It Becomes A Full Blown Crisis

Social media drives narratives. That cannot be emphasized enough. And it is particularly true during a crisis over customer service. More and more dissatisfied customers are taking to Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to express their displeasure over poor customer service or what they view as poor quality products