I am very thankful to +Triangle Interactive Marketing Association for selecting me as volunteer of the month. I sure enjoy interviewing marketing professionals for TIMA Tales. Any suggestions for the next profile subject?
If you've been keeping up with TIMATales, you are already familiar with Kelly Johnson's stellar reporting skills. She started writing as a kid, and she always knew she wanted to be a reporter. After graduating from the journalism school at UNC-Chapel Hill, she headed to California to start her ...
At last night's Chapel Hill chamber/SCORE workshop on marketing, many attendees sought answers for how they can attract media attention for their small business or nonprofit.
As a former business reporter and now a communications consultant, I love sharing ideas with entrepreneurs. So here's a blog I wrote nearly a year ago on attracting media attention. Please let me know if you find it helpful to your business or organization.
The numbers of reaching 50 people per month through networking approaches a "cold calling" situation. After you've attended the same chamber event for three months you've met everyone. So a networker is constantly on the prowl for new and more events to attend. This starts to chew up lots of time and gas.
There are other ways to market your services that don't entail greeting a person with business card in hand.