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Susan Harrow
Works at www.PRsecrets.com
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Is it ever OK to “steal” someone else’s ideas - in business? Surprisingly: Yes. Not long ago, a friend of mine found herself in the kind of situation that would make anyone’s stomach twist into knots. My friend (an entrepreneur with a modestly popular website and blog) discovered that a woman in another country had stolen an e-course that she had created. Not just the title, or the general concept, or a few sentences here and there. The entire t...
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Is it ever OK to “steal” someone else’s ideas - in business? Surprisingly: Yes. Not long ago, a friend of mine found herself in the kind of situation that would make anyone’s stomach twist into knots. My friend (an entrepreneur with a modestly popular website and blog) discovered that a woman in another country had stolen an e-course that she had created. Not just the title, or the general concept, or a few sentences here and there. The entire t...
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How to do publicity the right way... https://youtu.be/1yxKo5-DoXw
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By Sharla Jacobs When someone first told me I should choose a niche in order to attract more clients, I didn't get it. I wanted to help everyone; and my training set me up so I could help anyone with anything. Choose a niche? I didn't want to for a long time. I resisted the idea and felt frustrated anytime another person told me the first thing I needed to do was choose a niche. Maybe you've already heard that it's important to choose a niche (an...
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The most common complaint from both new and experienced entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants, authors, and healers that I hear during my webinars, in my publicity and sound bite courses, and from my personal media coaching clients— is that they don’t have enough clients. This is even the case when my course participants and clients do publicity (radio, TV, Print, Internet, Podcasts) to drive traffic to their website, into their brick and mortar bu...
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“Miracle find me now" is my mantra for 2016. I didn’t make this up. SARK (Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy) did. Re-igniting our friendship again after a 20 year hiatus — after a tiff neither of us remembers exactly how it happened, was the first miracle. I was up on Facebook fooling with something on a weekend which I rarely do and a little word cloud appeared with SARK asking if I’d like to reconnect. A minute later we were on the phone yakking away...
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Guest Post By Kent Youngstrom how me. the not so tortured artist. became to be. i’m just a regular guy, nothing special—i just happen to be an artist. as an artist, i assumed i needed to be in a gallery for people to see my work. yet galleries seemed to shut me out and preferred my bio to be much more impressive. i figured if galleries didn’t want my work, then maybe no one else did either. doors weren’t opening for me, and i wasn’t sure what...
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By Guest Blogger Sarah Von Bargen Friends, a warning. This post will not give you copy and paste ideas for blog posts. This is not where I suggest starting a meme-worthy post series like “what’s in your purse?” (Not because I don’t want to know what’s in your purse because I totally do. What’s your stance on those round chapstick ball things?) These are more start-of-the-brainstorming-session, open-to-your-interpretation suggestions. They’re a gr...
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I want girls to be proud of their bodies — but not as fodder for taking...
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By Sharla Jacobs and Jesse Koren About seven years ago, I (Jesse) was at a party and my former life coach approached me and said, “I’ve heard that you and Sharla have become quite successful. Congratulations!” I was speechless. Us? Successful? Really? Is that what people think about us? Why was I so surprised and embarrassed? Sure, we had made $732,000 that year (in our third year of business together), but it didn’t feel like we had arrived...
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I found out something surprising that you know….and don’t know. You’ve heard the well-known expression - first impressions count. On TV, speaking, doing a book signing, attending a networking event or meeting — you may be turning people off without even knowing it! Here’s the shocker: I just discovered that it doesn’t take 3 seconds for us to decide whether we trust you or not. A new study says that it takes just 1/10 of a second. Yikes! and... W...
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Nope. But they can do the arched brow and add a touch of mascara to make their eyes stand out (If they are willing...). And they can smile.
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My dear friend Reverend Maggie Oman Shannon and I talked about ways to be authentic in times when truthiness rules over truth. There's a lot of fake authenticity going around. True authenticity in a daily practice in both thought and deed. We discuss the many different types of tribes there are in the world and the true meaning of intimacy and friendship. [Tweet "The true meaning of intimacy & friendship - can it be found in Social Media? #SMM"] ...
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Dear Friends,

Do you have all the media attention you want? Even if you do, have you found that didn't get the results you had hoped? Or you weren't portrayed in the way you intended? You're not alone. Even the most savvy and experienced media guests often feel that way. But it doesn't have to be so.

Welcome to a refreshing new way to promote yourself, your business, book, product, service or cause-without selling your soul. I can help you create a publicity plan tailored to you and your business, media train you and your team, give you the marketing knowledge you need to succeed in today's media, and get better marketing results. Which means getting all the clients or customers you need and attracting the right kind of publicity, PR, public relations, strategic partners, and business opportunities.

I've media trained everyone from CEOs to soccer moms, rock star wives to movie stars, including entrepreneurs, speakers, small business owners, non-profits, and authors just like you, to get national media coverage.

My clients are frequent guests on Oprah, CBS, 60 Minutes, Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, Bloomberg Radio Network, Howard Stern, and are interviewed in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Time, Parade, People, O, Inc. and more. My clients are living proof that you can sell yourself while keeping your clothes on and your integrity intact.

I look forward to partnering with you in your marketing and publicity campaign to achieve the same success and happiness as my clients.

Warmly,

Susan Harrow

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