How is 2022 treating you so far?
If you could use an energy boost, some fresh ideas, a new client niche, and a couple of strategic questions to steer your online presence and PR efforts, then this episode is for you.
Join me and rockstar media consultant and radio/TV host Christie Taylor for the kind of information-rich, high-energy conversation you get only when you put media OG in the room together – we’ve done a lot, seen even more, and we’re here to tell it all.Listen in for: how you should be using Clubhouse, the top booking months for black pro speakers, the first question to ask yourself when stepping into a new arena, a primary factor for choosing where you live in the digital space, pro tips for churches and nonprofits (which will also work for other businesses), why ministries don’t “get a pass” on how they present themselves … and more!
"Customizing where you live in the digital space needs to also be, in my opinion, true to your nature.” – Christie Taylor
Highlights From This Episode:
- Meet multi-talented media icon Christie Taylor
- True Story! How to make the most of a zigzag career path
- Sticking to your faith and being a pro in your genre
- Why you must be visible in multiple places online
- True Story! “If I had it to do over again, I would…”
- What brought ministry TV into the mainstream
- Pro Tip! A new niche to serve in 2022
- 2 reasons to separate your identity from your business
- Big Question: Where should you live in the digital space?
- Big Idea: Clubhouse opportunities for churches
- Doing DIY videos? Here’s where to set your expectations…
- Big Question: How can you start from a place of advantage?
- Free media PR opportunities for nonprofits
- Pro Tip! PR tips for nonprofits (including startups doing grassroots work!)
- Pro Tip! The top months for black speakers
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