About Josh Steimle
Josh Steimle is the author of Chief Marketing Officers at Work, a TEDx speaker and the founder of MWI, a digital marketing agency with offices in the U.S., Asia and Europe. His writing focuses on marketing, influence and personal branding.
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The 1911 race to the South Pole. The 1990s war between Sega and Nintendo. And four other books rich in wisdom, in refined, concentrated form.
Journalists are people, too. Addressing their challenges helps eliminate obstacles to your company's getting PR.
You want to do more than one interview before you hire the person who will film your every waking moment.
Nothing is better for establishing your authenticity than being in the same room with the people you need to connect with.
Recognize knowledge gaps, then use that as a guide.
Listening to podcasts is the easiest way to learn from the influencers you most respect.
Start networking as a student for more opportunities.
Doing the work for exposure is how you command a big fee later.
If you've got knowledge to share, publishing your own book can establish you as a thought leader and create new leads as well as a passive-revenue stream.
There's no shortage of reasons your pages aren't finding their target markets or inspiring visitors to convert.
Whatever you choose to do, you are by default choosing not to do something else. Getting used to that is part of becoming a leader.
For all the glitz attached to social media, email has remained the more direct and personal way to communicate with your audience.
Becoming who you need to be can be the result of finding out what the market demands.
Writing a Book
Get oriented to the task before putting pen to paper through self-assessment, audience targeting and relentless testing. Just like any other product.
Don't let communication be the handicap in your life and in your business. Good communication is a lifetime pursuit.