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42 minutes | 3 days ago
Episode 47: Let's Put Together Your Q2 Media Plan
If you are doing your own PR, one of the toughest parts of it is just knowing where to start with planning and creating a process. This is why today's episode is a strategy session in which I will walk you through some of the easiest ways to create your PR plan, just in time for the second quarter of the year. So, join me and let's put together your media plan for the next couple of months! In this episode, you will hear: -Laying out your months and things to keep in mind when you start filling out your calendar -Coming up with your topics and keeping them relevant to certain time of the year -Identifying the publications that make sense for you and your business -The right time to pitch your idea to different publications and schedule your follow up -Parts of your PR plan that go beyond media -How to create more business opportunities with an introduction outreach Let me know if you have any questions or want to run anything by me! You can always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out on Instagram. For more resources, visit our website https://quotablemediaco.com/ or https://quotablemediaco.thinkific.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. FERTILITY RALLY LIVE INVITE: Ali and Blair, co-founders of Fertility Rally, have put together an amazing event called Fertility Rally Live that is happening this Saturday, April 17th. It is an all day virtual event celebration of the infertility community for anyone and everyone building their modern families and are seeking empowerment, education, support, and community. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to https://fertilityrally.com/ or head over to Instagram @fertilityrally https://www.instagram.com/fertilityrally/.
38 minutes | 10 days ago
Episode 73: Nicole Pearl On Pitching to TV
I’m so happy to have Nicole Pearl the Beauty Girl on the show today! She is a former national magazine beauty editor who is now a freelance journalist contributing to magazines, online sites, and on-air as a beauty and lifestyle expert. She has such a unique PR perspective because she has been on all sides of pitching. As a journalist and editor, she has been on the receiving end of pitches and as a beauty and style expert, she also has to pitch her stories to the outlets she wants them to run in. Listen in to hear some super helpful information and tips on how to pitch to different media outlets (with some specific tips on pitching to TV!), the best ways to connect with writers, and the importance of building relationships with the media. In this episode, you will hear: -How and why she shifted from an editor to a freelance journalist and on-air beauty and lifestyle expert -How she pitches herself for TV segments and different ways brands can approach TV for opportunities -Her unique perspective on pitching herself and also being pitched to -Importance of building relationships with the media Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Nicole: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nicolepearlbeautygirl/ Email- email@example.com Clubhouse- Nicole Pearl and her club is Pressed About Beauty If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT! Quotable magazine is now available as a subscription! It is perfect timing as the second issue has just released. This will make it so much easier because you can just order and pay one time and receive Quotable magazine at your doorstep all year. Go to https://quotablemediaco.com/subscribe/ to sign up for $28 for the whole year. That’s all 6 issues for only $28. This is a low rate that will not last long so sign up today!
22 minutes | 17 days ago
Episode 72: 3 Things for a Good Pitch
How do we make a really good pitch? Pitching can be tough and time consuming but it is worth it if you are sending out a really good pitch. You would rather spend the time and craft a really good pitch that is more likely to be opened and actually get some results than just sending out a lot of pitches and hoping one will stick. The good news is that, when you are pitching on behalf of your business or your brand, there are certain things that you can do to improve your pitching skills and help you get a good pitch angle. And today, I am giving you three things that you should incorporate to help you find a good pitch angle so your pitch email gets opened, read, and gets you results! In this episode, you will hear: -How to make your email interesting enough to read; picking your topic and your subject line -Why you are not just pitching a topic, you are pitching a story -The importance of being relevant “right now”; having a relevant tie-in -What will get your personality and your unique angle out there Let me know if these tips make it easier to come up with a good pitch by messaging me on Instagram or leaving a comment under the post for this episode https://www.instagram.com/quotablemediaco/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. This episode is sponsored by the brand new Hayley Denker resource shop that has been created with the small entrepreneur in mind. Check out the easy to follow worksheets and templates that any small business owner can use to do their own marketing! Go to https://www.hayleydenkermarketing.com/resource-shop to find everything from a marketing channel plan to a social media content planner.
40 minutes | 24 days ago
Episode 71: Margaret Wishingrad on Creating a Healthier Alternative Cereal
I am so excited to welcome Margaret Wishingrad, CEO and Co-Founder of Three Wishes Cereal, to the show today. She is sharing all about how she (with the help of her husband) created an amazing product and business because she couldn’t find what she wanted for her child- a cereal that wasn’t full of sugar and questionable ingredients. She set out to create a healthier alternative cereal- one that has more protein, less sugar, and is gluten and grain free. And she succeeded! She is of the mindset, if you can’t find it, then create it! Listen in to hear the journey of how she took an idea and turned it into a wonderful product and business. Margaret shares how they came up with the name (which is very meaningful!), the branding, and how they developed the actual product- in a healthy way! Oh and they did all of this while running another business, raising a child, and in the midst of the pandemic. In this episode, you will hear: -How and why she started the business and created this amazing product -The challenges and obstacles she had to overcome while creating her business -Why being persistent is key to reaching our goals and exceeding our dreams -What she wishes she had known before starting her business and advice for entrepreneurs Connect with Margaret: Website - https://www.threewishescereal.com Three Wishes Cereal is available at over 1000 different grocery stores throughout the US and online at Amazon, Thrive and through their website! Willy Wonka Cast Endorsement Review: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/three-wishes-cereal-launches-new-cocoa-flavor-original-1971-willy-wonka-cast-is-obsessed-301081457.html Instagram - @threewishes https://www.instagram.com/threewishes/ Personal Instagram - @mbwish https://www.instagram.com/mbwish/ Leave any other tips, ideas, or comments you might have under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
46 minutes | a month ago
Episode 70: Tanessa Shears on Optimizing Productivity To Get More Done
Want to get more done in a day than most people do in a week? Get ready for an exciting new episode (that you don’t want to miss!) as I welcome my next guest, Tanessa Shears. She is a Brain and Body Optimization Coach who helps entrepreneurs scale their businesses by optimizing their health, focus, and productivity with science and biohacking. She works closely with business owners to implement effective sleep, nutrition, work flow and stress management strategies to eliminate brain fog and help them get more done in 8 hours than most people can get done in a week. Yes, please! You will hear tips on how to get better sleep, alleviate chronic stress, and get proper nutrition so we can be alert, focused, and productive and get the most out of each and every day. Listen in to hear how we can all begin to optimize our brain and our bodies so we can become a better, more energized version of ourselves! In this episode, you will hear: -How and why she started her business- and what led her down this path -How you can optimize your business productivity so you can enjoy more time with your loved ones -All the different layers when it comes to scaling your business and how you can easily get there -Tips on how to permanently eliminate brain fog and become more disciplined -How to separate your business and personal life so that you can start living in the moment Thank you all so much for listening! Connect with Tanessa: Webpage - https://linktr.ee/tanessashears Instagram - @https://www.instagram.com/tanessashears/ Link for Blue Light Glasses: https://truedark.com Leave any other tips, ideas, or comments you might have under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
36 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 69: Trish Taylor on Using Style To Grow Your Visibility Authentically
I am so excited to welcome my next guest, Trish Taylor, to the podcast today! She is a successful Brand and Embodiment Coach, who helps online entrepreneurs feel comfortable and confident in their own skin! Not only does she elevate their wardrobes, she believes that our wardrobe can give us a little boost of confidence, while really showing our audience who we are! With a background in counseling and a former red carpet stylist, it felt so natural for Trish to jump right into her calling. It was all about helping her clients feel seen and heard! Join us today to hear about how she started her dream job, found her amazing clients, and did it all while being her true authentic self. In this episode you will hear: -What lead her to start her business and the path she took to get there -Ways you can elevate your wardrobe, confidence and mindset -How to end the ‘fake it until you make it’ mindset and learn to match your outside to your inside -Learn how the clothes in your closet can support who you truly are and how you feel -Learn to trust yourself and hone your process in a way that works for you Thanks for listening! Connect with Trish: Website - https://www.trishtaylor.co Instagram - @trishtaylor.co https://www.instagram.com/trishtaylor.co/ 5 Day Closet Cleanse Challenge - Located on Trish’s Instagram IGTV, Day 1-5! The Batch Wardrobe: How to Create 6 Months Worth of Amazing Content in 6 Outfits or Less Leave any other tips, ideas, or comments you might have under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 68: Why Consistency Is More Important Than Passion in Business
Consistency or Passion in your business- what is more important for you to have? I think it is consistency and am explaining ALL the reasons why in today's episode. And while today's topic might be a little controversial, I think we should be open to thinking and talking about it when it comes to our business. Is being passionate about your business a good thing? Of course! Will you be passionate every single day, month, or year? Definitely not. Passion is great, but it comes and goes, so it doesn't need to be the driving force behind your business. Consistency is what’s going to make you successful, get you through those tough times, and will be the reason why people believe in you and your business. Having a business should definitely be something that you enjoy and are good at, and being passionate about it is a plus!, BUT consistency is what is going to keep that business going and set you up for success. In this episode you will hear: -Why consistency is more important than passion when it comes to running a business -How passion could lead you down an unsuccessful road to never reaching your full potential -How being consistent will keep your business and clientele for the long haul I would love to hear what you guys think! Do you agree? Disagree? Head over to Instagram and let us know by commenting on this episode posthttps://www.instagram.com/quotablemediaco/. Also, would love to hear about any personal experiences you’ve had! Whether you’ve been super passionate long term in your business, or if you felt your passion fade, did you stick with it or pivot? For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. For more resources and to connect with me, visit our website: https://quotablemediaco.com/
51 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 67: Jamie Kolnick on Creating a Musical Biz With Locations Around The Country
Get ready for a good dose of laughter (and possibly a few tears!) as you hear from my guest today, Jamie Kolnick. She is Founder and CEO of Jam with Jamie, which is a children’s entertainment company specializing in music for all kinds of things like birthday parties and special events. What started as a side hustle for Jamie while she was focusing on auditioning for theater roles in New York City, expanded into a booming business in 8 states with over 50 employees. She shares with us how it all happened and how she infuses her love and zest for life in all circumstances despite going through some tremendous losses. Listen in to hear some great insight into the entrepreneurial journey of a growing business as well as some amazing business and life tips! In this episode, you will hear: -How and why she started her business and what Jam with Jamie is all about -How this side hustle expanded, grew nationwide, and the importance of picking the right team -Her tremendous losses and how they help her keep perspective and run her business -What she wishes she had known when starting out and her advice to entrepreneurs Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Jamie: Website - https://jamwithjamie.com/ Instagram - @jamiekolnick https://www.instagram.com/jamiekolnick/ and @jamwithjamie https://www.instagram.com/jamwithjamie/ If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
50 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 66: 2 Year Anniversary Q & A
It has been 2 years since I launched this podcast which is so hard to believe!! If you have listened from the beginning, thank you so much for sticking around- and if you’ve found us along the way, I am so grateful. Thank you to all of you! So this episode is a little different as we celebrate 2 years of the podcast. Just as I did for the 1st anniversary of the podcast, this is a Q & A episode. I have gathered questions that people have asked in recent days and weeks and will be answering them. Here are some things I will answer in this episode: -What do I do when creativity is blocked and how do I get my ideas flowing again? -How did I build my team and how did I decide what position to fill first? -What is it like running a business and being a mom during the pandemic? -How did I start branching out to do more things like starting this podcast and a magazine? -How do I stay organized and what am I excited about next? I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did recording it! And please let me know if you have any other questions, either on the podcast page of my website https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast or on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/quotablemediaco/. Also, if you haven’t already, please rate and review the show so that others can find us and be inspired by the stories from female millennial entrepreneurs. You can leave a review on Apple Podcasts here https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/quotable-a-female-millennial-entrepreneur-podcast/id1451470250 or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Thank you so much!
50 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 65: Courtney Fanning on Clarifying Your Audience and Messaging
Are you ready to get clear on creating a cohesive message that speaks directly to your ideal client and audience? If so, then this episode is for you! Joining me today is Courtney Fanning, a brand strategist and copywriter and founder of Big Picture Branding. After going through my own rebranding last year, this was such a powerful conversation where we talk through where to start with figuring out who your audience is to how to create messaging that speaks directly to them. This process can be difficult but it is so important as it truly is the foundation of your business. If you are just starting out and need some tips or are an established business that is considering rebranding, this episode will provide you with valuable information to make sure you are building a business that speaks to your ideal audience. In this episode, you will hear: -How and why she started her business -Where to start when trying to figure out your audience and messaging -When to DIY and when to hire a brand strategist -What she wishes she had known when starting out and her advice to entrepreneurs Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Courtney: Website - www.bigpicturebranding.com Instagram - @bigpicturebranding Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/BigPictureBranding/ Other resources mentioned in this episode: Free Brand Personality Workbook - https://www.bigpicturebranding.com/blog/7-brand-personality-exercises Audience and Brand Messaging Builder - https://www.bigpicturebranding.com/products/brand-message-workbook If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. Free Brand Personality Workbook - https://www.bigpicturebranding.com/blog/7-brand-personality-exercises Audience and Brand Messaging Builder - https://www.bigpicturebranding.com/products/brand-message-workbook More free resources can be found at: www.bigpicturebranding.com/resources Instagram - @bigpicturebranding Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/BigPictureBranding/
23 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 64: 4 tips for boosting confidence
As we ring in the new year, I’m sure you are hearing all about goal setting and making resolutions for yourself and your business. While all of that is important, I decided my first solo episode of 2021 is going to be about something that you really need to be able to reach your goals, build your business, and keep those resolutions- and that is confidence. If you have confidence in yourself and in your business, you will be able to push forward and achieve whatever it is you set out to do. And sometimes we all need a little boost! Whether you have an important meeting to go to, are about to send out a proposal to a big prospective client, or you just want to feel more confident overall, listen in to hear 4 tips on how to boost your confidence. In this episode, you will hear: -4 tips for boosting your confidence in your business and in life -How confidence is the key to creating a positive impact in your business -Things you can start doing today to have more confidence right now and all year long If you have any other tricks for building confidence, let us know over on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/quotablemediaco/. And if you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/quotablemediaco/. For more resources and to connect with me, visit our website: https://quotablemediaco.com/ For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
91 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 63: Nicole Peterkin on How to Get Your Finances in Order
Money and finances can seem so intimidating and sometimes don’t seem fun to talk about but I think we should be talking about it more, especially after my conversation with my guest today, Nicole Peterkin. She is a certified financial planner and founder and owner of Peterkin Financial where she helps entrepreneurs and business owners financially plan out their dream life. She is sharing so much valuable information from how she started and pivoted her business to fit her lifestyle, to how to start saving your money so you can live your life to the fullest. Get ready to be inspired and excited about finding out ways you can be more intentional with your money so that you can plan for and live a life of your dreams! In this episode, you will hear: -How she created her own business and found clients right out of college -Her financial recommendations for solopreneurs and small business owners -Her practical advice for first time investors -What she wish she’d known when she started her business and her advice for entrepreneurs If you're interested in taking control of your finances this year, sign up for Nicole's program Next Level Profits: peterkinfinancial.com/next-level-profits Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Nicole: Website: https://peterkinfinancial.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peterkinfinancial Her Book: If You Love Your Family, Save Like It Other resources mentioned in this episode: Episode 42: Creating Conscious Goals in Business & Life Profit First by Mike Michalowicz If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
30 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 62: Tips on Staying Consistent in Business
Is there something you need to be more consistent at in your business? Have you been wanting to be better about posting on social media or following up with past clients? As we head into the new year, now is the perfect time to find areas in your business where you want to have more consistency and figure out a way to do it. In today’s episode, I am sharing 6 tips to help you create, build, and maintain consistency. Being consistent is not always easy, but I really believe it is important and is the key to success in business (and in life!) So whether you would like to be more consistent with your visibility, sending out monthly newsletters, or writing thank you notes, listen in to find out how you can set yourself up for success next year. In this episode, you will hear: -Why it’s important to build consistency in your business -How consistency creates success -6 tips for how to create, build, and maintain consistency Let me know what tips you have or what you do to stay consistent over on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/quotablemediaco/. Quotable Magazine Launch Party! Join us tomorrow, Thursday, December 17th, at 7:00 pm EST as we celebrate the launch of our first print edition of our new magazine. To RSVP, go to this public event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/3572179579568325/ or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line RSVP. And if you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/quotablemediaco/. For more resources and to connect with me, visit our website: https://quotablemediaco.com/ For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
56 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 61: Jennifer Teixeira on Creating and Building a Baby and Mommy Clothing Company
I’m so excited to have Jennifer Teixeira join me on the podcast today. She is the owner of Sweet, Sweet Honey Hawaii, an adorable baby and mommy clothing company that she started when she was unable to find clothes for her babies that fit her personality and style. Using her background in graphic design and fashion, she began creating her own prints and clothing for her children that morphed into this amazing business that has been booming, even through Covid. Jennifer walks us through everything about her biz from why and how she started it to balancing it all while raising children. She offers so many nuggets of wisdom, you don’t want to miss this episode! In this episode, you will hear: -How and why Jennifer created Sweet, Sweet Honey Hawaii -The way she balances her business and home through the craziness of Covid -How she is successfully marketing her business -Her advice for other entrepreneurs Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Jennifer: Website: https://sweetsweethoneyhawaii.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sweetsweethoneyhawaii/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sweetsweethoneyhawaii/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/sweetsweethoneyhawaii/_created/ If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
37 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 60: Claire Ransom on Creating a Plant Subscription Service
Joining us today is Claire Ransom, Founder of Lazy Flora, a plant subscription box company. I am so excited for you to hear all of her knowledge, wisdom, and experience of how she started and has continued to grow this living product based business. You will hear the behind the scenes of working with her team, how Covid brought a tremendous growth, and how her business pivoted to meet the high demands. Claire also gives us her recommendations for tools to use when starting a subscription based business. Claire founded Lazy Flora in 2017. She's an advocate of living a beautiful life and cannot believe how happy she has become since leaving the corporate world and starting her own business (even if it is a rollercoaster and one of the hardest things she's ever had to do). She's a graduate of Escape the City's Startup Accelerator, who enjoys nothing more than hanging out with fellow entrepreneurs - even better if that time is spent in nature and with her Beagle Cocoa. In this episode, you will hear: -How Claire started the business when she couldn’t find one herself -The behind the scenes of how she is running her business with her various support teams -How Covid creating tremendous demand and how she pivoted the business to meet it Thanks so much for listening! I realized after recording that I completely forgot to ask Claire to share how to find her and Lazy Flora online-- so sorry about that! Here are her links below and she'd love to hear from you! Connect with Claire: Website: https://lazyflora.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lazyflorauk/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/claire_ransom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lazyfloraUK/ Resources mentioned in this episode: Shopify- https://www.shopify.com/ Bold- https://boldcommerce.com/shopify-subscription-app ReCharge- https://rechargepayments.com/ Klaviyo- https://www.klaviyo.com/ If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
31 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 59: How to find media contact info
Today I want to talk about one thing that will make your life a lot easier when it comes to reaching out to the media for PR- and that is how to find media contact information. If you are doing your own PR and are ready to pitch your story to get featured in the media, you need to have the media gatekeeper’s contact information. With the amazing search engines of the internet, it would seem like it would be easy to find email addresses and contact information, but many times, it can be difficult. Listen in to hear the different steps to take to when searching for media contact information. From googling to social media, a little sleuthing can turn up the contact information you need to get pitching! In this episode, you will hear: -A series of steps to take to find media contact info -What a masthead is and how to use it to find the contact info -What to do if you go through all of the steps and still can’t find what you are looking for Check out this free cheat sheet of all of the tips and tricks to help you find almost anyone’s email address: quotablemediaco.thinkific.com/courses/how-to-find-anyone-s-email-address If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For more resources and to connect with me, visit our website: https://quotablemediaco.com/ For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
48 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 58: Keren De Zwart on Easy, Proactive Legal Advice for Business Owners
For those of you small business owners who have no idea where to get started with a lawyer or any of the legal stuff for your biz, listen in as my guest today, Keren De Zwart, is filling us in on how it doesn’t have to be so scary or overwhelming. Should you have a sole proprietorship or an LLC? Does your business name need to be trademarked or copyrighted? What are some of the most important documents that you should have in place for your business? While all of these are specific to an individual, you will walk away with what you should do to find the answers to these questions so your business is properly set up, maintained, and protected. After working for 10 years in the corporate arena, Keren had a desire to fill the legal gap for entrepreneurs and small businesses by replacing the outdated billable hour model with flat-fee pricing. With a decade of experience in corporate transactions, Keren has worked with every type of business: from side hustlers to raising millions of dollars and taking companies public. Today, she helps entrepreneurs get #legallylegit through her law firm, Not Your Father’s Lawyer. She resides in Orange County, California, with her husband and two children. In this episode, you will hear: -How Keren started her business by accident and how she planned to leave her corporate job -The difference between a traditional legal model and what she provides -Her tips for simple things you can do to take action and create protections Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Keren: Website: https://notyourfatherslawyer.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notyourfatherslawyer/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/notyourfatherslawyer Also mentioned in this episode: https://www.uspto.gov/ If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @quotablemedia.co or https://quotablemediaco.com/ For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
51 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 57: Dr. Cheryl Robinson, ForbesWomen contributor, on the best ways to effectively pitch writers
Listen in to a personal Q & A my team and I had with Dr. Cheryl Robinson, Founder of Ready2Roar, and Contributor at ForbesWomen. She is telling us all about the good, the bad, and the ugly pitches she has received and giving us advice on what is behind a great pitch. She provides us with the great perspective of what it is like being on the receiving end of pitches. You will be shocked to hear how many pitches she receives a month! Have you ever wondered what the media, or specifically writers, are looking for when they receive a pitch? What makes them read (or not read!) a pitch? And what should you include (or leave out!) of a pitch? Listen in to get all the juicy details straight from a writer herself! Not only is Dr. Cheryl a ForbesWomen contributor, she is also an international speaker, podcast host, creator of “Embrace the Pivot”, and founder of Ready2Roar. She has experienced many highs and lows being an entrepreneur. She takes all her experiences, learns from them and helps others bounce forward and embrace their pivots. Can’t wait for you to hear all the tips and advice straight from the source who is on the receiving end of our pitches! In this episode, you will hear: -Dr. Cheryl’s experience, education, and journey -Do’s and don’t for pitching -Insights into the structure of a good pitch -Her tips for being successful with PR Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Dr. Cheryl Robinson: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/embracethepivot/ Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherrob/ Podcasts: https://www.embracethepivot.org/podcasts.html https://anchor.fm/ummmnopodcast Website: embracethepivot.org Join Cheryl's media workshop on November 12th & Pivot With Legal Ease workshop on the 19th. More info can be found on embracethepivot.org/events If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. You can find and connect with me @quotablemediaco or https://quotablemediaco.com/ For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
19 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 56: Rebrand Announcement!
Pollina PR is now Quotable Media Co! This episode is a little different from our normal episodes where I am either giving you business advice or having a guest on who shares their story and best tips. Today I am updating you on what’s been going on “behind the scenes” in my business! We have just completed a total rebrand- meaning the whole company has a whole new name and we have added new components to the business. We will still have the PR agency and this podcast, but we also have a digital platform and an online magazine which I am so excited about! Listen in to hear all about the how and why behind this total rebrand! In this episode, you will hear: -Why it was time for a total rebrand -What the rebranding process was like -Why a name change was so important -What you can expect from our new brand and website Check out our new website and let me know what you think! https://quotablemediaco.com/ Another Exciting Announcement!!! My team and I are so excited about the launch of our new online magazine called Quotable Magazine on our new website. It is similar to this podcast in that it is by and for female entrepreneurs with articles by women who share their expertise on all things business- to help you grow and thrive and stay inspired. Check it out!! http://quotablemediaco.com/magazine If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @quotablemedia.co or https://quotablemediaco.com/ For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
41 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 55: Bri Sanford on Building a VA Business & Why You Need a VA
Are you feeling overwhelmed with trying to do #allthethings in your business? Do you wish there were more hours in the day to get things done? If so, you need to listen in to today’s episode where Bri Sanford, a Virtual Administrative Assistant turned Online Business Manager, tells us all about how hiring a VA or an OBM can not only help your business grow, but give you more time back to do the things you love. You will hear her tips on evaluating when to hire, identifying who to hire, and then how to successfully work with your VA/OBM. And if being a VA or OBM sounds like something you would be interested in, Bri has created a course for you to do just that! In this episode, you will hear: -Bri’s journey and why she decided to start her business -The difference between a VA and OBM -The ins and outs of identifying if you need a VA or OBM and how to hire and work with one -Her check in system that helps set the communication and partnership up for success Thanks so much for listening! Connect with Bri: Website: www.theraxxcreative.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bri_cre8tive/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thecr8tivehub If you have any other tips or ideas, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @femalemillennialentrepreneurs. You can find and connect with me @pollinapr and https://www.pollinapr.com/. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://www.pollinapr.com/podcast/.
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