Meet my friend and publicity mentor, Selena Soo!
Usually, people interview Selena about publicity. In this case, we decided she’d interview me — so I could share what publicity has done for my business, why I didn’t think it was for me, and why I wish I’d started sooner. (The case with just about everything I do. I’m a classic late bloomer.)
Some things you’ll learn from this interview (including the reason for my puzzling post title):
Does watching video make you antsy and squirmy?
Click here to read the full transcript.
Here’s what you WON’T hear about in this video:
The exciting results of having a post I wrote go live on Business Insider!
It happened this month, after Selena and I had our little Zoom tete a tete.
In the four days since the post went up, it brought me over a thousand new subscribers.
On a normal day, I get, like…ten.
Already, they’ve sent a bunch of messages like this:
When people are this glad they found you, it’s a strong reminder to be more findable.
What about you? Ever thought what it might do for your business — and for the people you want to reach — if you made yourself more findable?
If you want to know more about doing that, grab a seat in Selena’s free live training by clicking the pic below.
If you’re already thinking about joining Impacting Millions, go check out my bonuses. They include a couple of never-before-offered items, including a course I call…drumroll…the Instant Personality Kit!
Or, take the leap and join now. Selena’s own early bird bonuses expire midnight ET on Friday March 23.
(This is an affiliate link, meaning I get a commission if you join up through me. I’m a super-proud partner of Impacting Millions. After seeing all the wins Selena’s helped her students get over the past two years, I’m more excited than ever to support the program and help new people discover it.)
What kind of media would you be excited to land, if someone could hand you the opportunity? A top-ranked podcast? Dancing on Ellen? Cover of Big, Beautiful Butts In Business Magazine?
What would it feel like to you to be more known?
What do you think it could do for your business to be more findable?
And what could it do for other people if more of them could stumble across you randomly while cruising through Flipboard in the middle of the night? (That’s how many of the BI readers found me.)
TELL ME IN THE COMMENTS.