There’s one type of media coverage that’s incredibly underused, and it just so happens to be one of my personal favourites. It’s the bylined article, and it’s powerful.
At 30 Naomi Findlay renovated her career, moving from a role in the medical science education space to founding two creative businesses. Stay tuned for the big reveal. This post continues our series where we ask business leaders for their insights and lessons learned on their success journey.
In just 60 seconds, Phoebe Netto shares some great advice about why we shouldn’t be scared to tell the world about our wins. In a world of shouty business owners, it’s important to be heard above the noise.
Welcome to our founder series. Twice a month we will interview the founders of businesses, NFPs and charities who impress us, and we know will impress you too. First up is Colin Anson, digital entrepreneur and co-founder of pixevety.
Recently, Authority Magazine reached out to Pure Public Relations’ founder Phoebe Netto to find out how we can create more space in our lives, to allow for more quality time with our children. Here, Phoebe shares five key strategies to keep your various plates spinning.
We’ve all seen media interviews go horribly wrong! Similarly, you may have experienced mediocre coverage that did not reflect well on you or did not include your business even though you had a long interview.
Stick this list on your computer, fridge, forehead, or somewhere else where you won’t be able to miss it. It could save your name and/or your business!
Like a game of football, there are two sides to every media interview. Here is what should be part of your every leader’s media interview playbook.