Sunday, August 15, 2010

Make the Most of Your Words With the Media

Have you ever wondered what a "soundbite" is?

Have you ever wondered what you should wear when making a promotional video?

Does the thoughts of talking with a reporter about a cover story for your business scare you?

What would you do if something great happened to you and reporters show up without notice?

God forbid, but what if something bad should happen at your business and reporters show up without an invitation?

It seems, sometimes, many reporters try to make people look like a fools during an interview. Would you like to be prepared for that, come accross looking really smart, and outwit the reporter?

There are certain phrases that should be avoided when talking to the media. Would you like to know what those are?

Would you like to have an abundance of resources to help you learn more about how to communicate with the media, and how to communicate more effectively in your social media correspondence?

If you answered yes to even one of these questions, you won't want to miss The Baby Boomers Sandwich Show Tuesday, August 17th. at Noon ET (9:00AM PT).

I hope you will join me and my special guest Lori Allen,author, speaker, and radio host. Lorri will discuss how to effectively communicate with the media.

Lorri is the founder of "Good News!" a company that works with people who want to craft a clear media message and with organizations that want to communicate quickly, in a crisis.

She also coaches newsmakers who want to improve their ability to answer questions or who need confidence in front of reporters.

In addition, Lorri provides 'insurance" against looking silly or stupid on television. Her clients have gone on to appear on PBS, the Home Shopping Network, and Good Morning America, as well as local news programs.

If you want to improve the quality of your communications or learn how to more effectively communicate with the media, you won't want to miss this episode.

Sandra-Caregiver Guru
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