Are you sick of spinning your wheels trying to build an audience on social media?
Let’s face it, social requires you to have 3 full time jobs: Firstly, creating content. Secondly audience acquisition strategy and analytics (ugh). And thirdly, whatever you actually get paid to do for clients! If you have kids or want to have a life, well, you’re going to run out of hours all day every day.
So what if you “borrowed” a huge audience instead?
By giving producers, editors, journalists, bloggers, podcasters and other media influencers what they’re ACTUALLY looking for, you can not only get in front of hundreds of thousands of your ideal clients, but earn their trust (and dollars) all at the same time.
Geeta Nadkarni, Your Host
Geeta got her first paid writing gig when she was 12. In the 25 years since, she has had her name and face on TV, radio, print and new media including the New York Times, CNN, CBC, ABC, Reader’s Digest, Asia Pacific Broadcasting and more. She currently contributes to Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, Inc and Global TV.
She is the founder of Baby Got Booked, an online course designed to help visionary entrepreneurs use uncommon PR strategies to create exponential growth in their companies. Her students have grown six- and seven-figure businesses often in their first 12 - 18 months by learning how to get in front of millions of their ideal prospects and then leverage that media exposure for fun and profit.
She likes to go fast. And have fun. And break rules.
Join my free training and I’ll give you a backstage pass to how producers, editors, bloggers, podcasters and new media influencers decide who gets booked.
If you’ve ever Googled “how to write a press release”, you’re going to be SHOCKED at what I’m going to tell you. Press releases will work for you if you’re a Kardashian or Mark Zuckerberg (or someone so famous that the media wants to leverage your platform). For the rest of us mere mortals though, the press release is possibly the biggest mistake you could make if you want to get media attention for your brand.
In this free masterclass you will learn:
Why the press release is the WORST thing you could send out if you want to impress a journalist
How to know if you're ready for media attention
Why hiring a PR agency is a bad idea even if you can afford it
What to send to a media pro
How to contact journalists if you have no media contacts
When is it too early to pitch if I'm brand new in my business
What is the correct answer to the question "why now?"