Monday, January 19, 2009
Media Expert Pam Lontos Shares Publicity Tips
Pam is president of PR/PR, a public relations firm that gets experts, authors, and speakers into the media, and recently earned the great honor of being named “Publicist of the Year” by BPSC. Ms. Lontos will be discussing her new book I See Your Name Everywhere: Leverage the Power of the Media to Grow Your Fame, Wealth, and Success. Detailing information that is certain to be important to all aspiring authors, Ms. Lontos’ book includes how to get your name into media, prepare for an interview, and create a winning press release. She also shares the most common publicity mistakes. This is a must-listen interview with a professional who excels in her field.
You will want to use the PDF handout to take notes while listening to this most informative podcast.
For more information about Pam Lontos, please visit her business website at http://www.prpr.net. Purchase this book on Amazon.com.
Isn’t It Time You Do Something About Your MEDIA EXPOSURE?
by Pam Lontos
Ever wonder why some authors sell so many books? These writers are making thousands of dollars and are considered experts in their fields. You’ve heard some of them speak. Have you ever wondered why they’re making so much more than you—especially when you’re just as dynamic and your message is equally unique? Their secret weapon: They know how to use the power of print and other forms of media to advance their careers.
Pam Lontos is founder and president of PR/PR, an Orlando, FL public relations firm that specializes in speakers and authors. She is the author of I See Your Name Everywhere, published by Morgan James Publishing, a former professional speaker and past Vice President of Sales for Disney’s Shamrock Broadcasting. She knows what it takes to successfully promote your speaking career or publicize your book.
She has recently placed clients in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Entrepreneur Magazine, Selling Power, US News & World Report, Cosmopolitan, Reader’s Digest, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, CNN.com, Success and numerous trade journals, e-zines, and radio shows.
Zig Ziglar says: “Pam Lontos has ‘Been There and Done That.’ She did a marvelous job in advancing her career at a speed that astonished the other people in the industry, including me. Her experience in sales, marketing and public relations, along with her media savvy, jump-started her career...and she can do the same thing for you. She’s capable, committed and hard working.”