Agents of trust, as advanced by the PR industry, are in fact advocates not information officers. They are trained to drive
An advertiser by education, Michael Neuendorff is not only a media coach, but also a public speaker, a business consultant
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You take a guy -- a white guy, an Irish guy, born in Seattle, a longtime Upper East Sider, a Trump voter, no less. You stick him in an apartment north of 125th St. And less than a year later he's going around unironically calling himself the Mayor of Harlem. What happened?
After many months of hard work, living and breathing your tech baby, frantically trying to get your new startup ready for its first customers, there's no doubt you want as many people as possible to love your new concept just as passionately as you do.
If you're like most people, you use the internet to learn more about anything and everything that pops into your brain. Whether that's entertainment news, current events, industry insights, and updates, or information about how you can build a better business, you're looking online for information -- and you're finding content.
Every now and then our team at the Upitch App receives an email from a journalist who, frustrated with their overflowing inbox, tells us they don't want to download Upitch because the last thing in this world they want or need is - you guessed it - more pitches! Point taken. But here's the rub (in our humble opinion)...
It's the chicken and egg scenario so many new businesses face. They need sales to get off the ground, but they don't have the funds for big advertising and marketing campaigns. They know they need credibility and a great reputation to make sales, but they have none because they are just starting out.
Is this a presidential election or a bad version of The Wizard of Oz? The long and perilous journey along the yellow brick campaign trail to the November election is almost over.
2.Impressive personal brand. In the digital age, "You are who Google says you are." An employer's first impression of you
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