Tag: Marsha Friedman
Social media strategist shares pros and cons of four new measures.
Appearing as a guest on television is an important part of your marketing strategy for becoming a well-known expert in your field.
The best way to have successful interviews is to forget you’re selling something and work your marketing efforts around the goal of being the perfect radio guest.
You have a great product and YOU know it. But just like the “better mousetrap,” it doesn’t mean a thing unless your market knows it too.
Famous restaurateur and former TGIFriday’s CEO, Daniel Scroggin, was always intently focused on the customer experience. “The only way to know how customers see your business is to look at it through their eyes,” is a famous quote that has blanketed the Internet throughout his career. And he makes sense!
Have you ever had to scramble for an interview for a senior White House staffer after pitching – and being rejected by – his friends, Connie Chung, Barbara Walters or Diane Sawyer?
An interview with Marsha Friedman, author of “Celebritize Yourself: The Three Step Method to Increase Your Visibility and Explode Your Business.”