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Detailing The Famous Kentucky Derby Train


The annual detailing of the Kentucky Derby Train is an annual ritual for the beautiful long sleek historical piece of American History. It may seem easy to detail such a fine piece of machinery, but it take many man-hours and they expect it perfect.

Is PR Right for You? 6 Questions to Ask


When most people think about marketing, they think advertising. While advertising is a part of marketing, marketing is much bigger than advertising.

Publicity: Show a Reporter You Care by Inviting Them to Fact-Check


Just like a financial planning client fears not having enough money for retirement, reporters fear getting their facts wrong in print.Inaccuracy isn't tolerated in newspapers or magazines.

Financial Planners, Make Sure Reporters Comprehend Your Topic


Don't assume that a reporter understands financial planning. If anything, assume the opposite until proven wrong.

Publicity: Nailing a Media Interview, Part I


The most important thing to remember for any interview: stay on topic. I ask clients to repeat this like a mantra before they go on the air, or even when on the phone with a reporter.

Publicity: Nailing a Media Interview, Part II (Crisis Management)


We'd all like reporters to ask us about our career successes and personal triumphs-heck, we'd all like anyone to ask us about those. But reporters must look out for their clients, the reading public.

Publicity: Nailing a Media Interview, Part III (Staying on Topic)


In a media interview, always stick to your main points without rambling or digressing. Practice this when you rehearse.

Marketing-Minded Financial Planners, Make Your Web Site a Resource for the Media


Reporters, by nature, are curious people.If you can get them to come to your web site, they will probably poke around and spend a few minutes there, learning about your business and your capabilities.

Keep The Publicity Machine Rolling with Reprints


More than half of America skips the Super Bowl, the nation's most-watched TV event. So it stands to reason that not all your prospects will see your publicity, even if you're on 60 Minutes and Oprah.

Marketing-Minded Financial Planners--Appearing on TV? Tell the World!


It doesn't matter how cruel the reality programs get, there always seems to be an endless supply of people willing to humiliate themselves to get on television. There's just something exciting about appearing in front of millions of people.

Marketing-Minded Financial Planners: Put Extra Content in an E-Zine


As you start getting more media-savvy, you'll find yourself coming up with more and more information and ideas to help the public. Not all of these ideas will strike the fancy of your media contacts, but don't let them go to waste-become a media person yourself by publishing an e-zine.

Foolproof Publicity for Marketing-Minded Financial Planners


They'd hate to admit it, but the media is pretty predictable.There are some stories that will run in newspapers until the saints go marching in.

Grow Your Financial Planning Practice by Taking Your Publicity National


Think that you aren't big enough for national media coverage? Says who? Certainly not the USA Today. In one recent two-week period, they quoted financial planners in Southfield (Michigan), Dublin (Ohio) and Clearwater (Florida).

PR Secrets for Small Business


Most small businesses do little to no public relations (PR) to promote their businesses. The reasons are fairly common.

Public Relations Success Starts Here


For discerning business, non-profit and association managers, PR success is pretty much a matter of achieving their managerial objectives by altering perceptions leading to changed behaviors among those important external audiences that MOST affect their department, group, division or subsidiary.Period.

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