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10 common concerns about enrolling for Soulful PR for Starters

Investing in an online course is a big decision. Not only is there the cost of the training to consider, you’ll also need to set aside time for learning, which might mean taking time away from your business. It’s natural to worry about whether you’re making the right decision in signing up for an online... READ MORE

Review of Soulful PR Live 2017

Attending a live event can be an uplifting experience. Taking a break from the day-to-day routine - and connecting with like-minded people - can leave you fizzing with inspiration and ideas for your business. But with so much valuable content being shared, it can also leave you feeling a little overwhelmed and wondering if there... READ MORE

How to get your business featured in a local newspaper

If you run your own business, getting featured in your local newspaper can be a great way to get in front of prospective customers. But how do you go about it? Read on and find out. 1.Read the newspaper It sounds obvious but if you want to get featured in your local newspaper, you actually... READ MORE

How Twitter helped this business owner get featured in Stylist magazine

In this interview, psychotherapist Samantha Carbon shares how she got coverage in Stylist magazine and other national titles - without writing a single press release or hiring a PR company.  Here's what you'll learn in this video: How Sam has used Twitter to get high-profile media coverage in publications like Stylist, Glamour, Country Living, the... READ MORE

[053] Why most people are horrible at telling stories with Peter Shankman

Peter Shankman is probably best known for founding Help A Reporter Out (HARO) - which connects journalists with people who want to be featured in the media.  Today he's a speaker, consultant and bestselling author who regularly appears in the national and international media, including Fox News, CNN, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal... READ MORE

How to tell your story in the media (without being boring)...

We all love telling stories. What’s more, we’re generally pretty good at it. Each and every one of us has our own ‘library’ of stories to draw from when we want to impress, empathise or entertain. Mine include: a government minister shaking his fist at me in parliament, being airlifted to hospital following a car... READ MORE

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