Become a Media Maven

Become a Media Maven

If you’re tired of seeing your competition in places you would love to be mentioned or featured, this is where you will learn to dominate media platforms - owned, earned, and paid. So get ready to become a Media Maven on your website, social media, on the local and national news, in newspapers, in magazines, in online articles, in blogs, as a contributor, on podcasts, on the radio, and more. Christina Nicholson shares her media expertise so you can boost your authority and skyrocket your visibility. Learn how to handle public relations on without hiring a publicist so you can land coverage on TV, in print, online, and on-air so more people know, like and trust you. After all, that’s what turns a prospect into a customer or client and who people do business with. As a former TV reporter and anchor who has worked in markets from New York City to Miami, Christina helps entrepreneurs reach thousands, even millions, of their ideal customers or clients in minutes instead of months through the power of media without spending big bucks on advertising. You can still see her in front of the camera as a host on Lifetime TV, in national commercials, on Palm Beach's NBC station for her monthly segment, and read her work online in Huff Post, Inc. Magazine, and Fast Company.... Show More

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July 1, 2020 4 min

In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you how to kiss mom guilt goodbye.

Mom guilt is something I've never had, but many do.

Hopefully, my cheatsheet at ChristinaAllDay.com will help you kiss mom guilt goodbye for good.

There are 10 ways there, not just three, so head there now!

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If you’re a blogger or content creator and have your sights set on something bigger, like multiple revenue streams, then you’re going to want to listen to this podcast episode.

Natalie Sisson is a New Zealand entrepreneur, two-time bestselling author, speaker, triathlete, and host of the ‘Untapped’ podcast, which has been downloaded over 1.5 million times.

After ditching a successful corporate career and co-founding a technology co...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you when you should start a podcast.

Yes, it's time consuming so there are some things to consider before you hit the airwaves.

For more of when to start a podcast, listen!

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The Coronavirus pandemic has really thrown the wrench in a lot of things for a lot of people in business, employees and employers.

In March, professional speaker Ramon Ray experienced a huge setback, but he didn’t let it keep him down.

He tweaked things to work for him and on this podcast episode, he is sharing what he did and what YOU can do if you’re in a similar situation.

Some thoughts he elaborates on in this podcast episode a...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you why you should NOT be pitching the media with a press release. For some reason, this is everyone's go-to method and it should not be. Today, press releases are view as long, boring, overly promotional, and are very old-fashioned. For more of what you probably don't know about press releases, listen!

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If you want your business to run like Clockwork, you need Standard Operating Procedures, or SOPs.

When it comes to getting organized, and staying organized, in your business, Tasha Booth is the one to turn to.

Tasha Booth began her journey in the online business space five years ago as a virtual assistant when she decided she was tired of living an ‘ordinary’ life on someone else’s terms.

As her business grew, so did her commitment...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you why you should say NO! to the Forbes Council.

It's not contributing to Forbes, even though people selling these ads (yes, they're ads) try very hard to make it look like an honor to join this program... that may hurt you in the long run.

For more what you probably don't know about the Forbes Council, listen!

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you how I choose a business coach.

LOTS of people call themselves business coaches. Lots of them have no merit, no successful business, or profitable clients.

Don't fall for good marketing or affiliate programs. For more how I chose my last three business coaches, listen!

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Matt Clark knows how to build, educate, and promote yourself and your business on LinkedIn.

He started as a door to door salesman, then wanted a laptop lifestyle. He used LinkedIn to get it.

In this episode, he is walking us through his nine-step system that includes strategies on how to find your ideal client on LinkedIn, to what a good pick up line looks like, and the biggest mistakes people make on LinkedIn. (You’re probably mak...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm sharing three out of the four tips I shared in the Oprah Magazine newsletter not too long ago about NOT getting overwhelmed with what's on the news. It went out to 800,000 people and it is very relevant today.

For ways to NOT get overwhelmed with what's on the news, listen!

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If you’ve ever wondered how to grow an engaged following on Instagram or how to convert your social media followers to customers, then this podcast episode is going to answer those questions you.

Wendy Porter is sharing her best tips on becoming an Instagram influencer.

Wendy is a self-made entrepreneur who was inspired to start her own business during her personal fight with cancer. That’s when she realized life is too short to be...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you about the top three expectations that clients ignore.

These expectations are set multiple times - during the sales process, onboarding, and throughout our campaigns.

Still, people don't want to believe them and they are VERY important.

For the expectations clients ignore, listen!

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In the episode, you’re going to hear about how the fastest growing online community of ambitious women, BossBabe, grew to a multimillion-dollar business in just two years.

Co-founder and President, Danielle Canty, started BossBabe after feeling like she had no freedom and lived her life in 15-minute appointments.

With her partner, she built a multimillion-dollar company on different sides of the world with an eight hour time differ...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you about the worst clients I've had.

I'm not going to tell you by name.

I'm going to tell you by actions. I know I'm preaching to the choir here because a lot of business owners have had clients who do these things.

For the worst clients I've had and the things they do to make them the worst, listen!

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Yes, I launched a business during a pandemic. 

It’s something I’ve been waiting three years for someone to create. 

I guess my impatience got the best of me, so I spent five months working with a team to create it.

It’s a software as a service product called Podcast Clout and you can check it out at PodcastClout.com.

See how it works here: https://podcastclout.com/how-it-works

If you want to grow your brand by being a guest on podc...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you how I landed my TEDx talk in Boca Raton in 2018.

Lots of people want to do these talks because it can lead to big things for your brand and your business if you leverage it correctly.

(Hello?! Mel Robbins.)

For the three things I did to get a TEDx Talk, listen!

Watch my TEDx Talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRPDwSSjdOM

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So many people want to go straight to national media coverage right out of the gate. I always tell them to start small, then work their way up.

My podcast guest, Stacy Tuschl, tells business owners something similar in business - start local, then go online to go nationwide or even internationally.

It’s how she built multiple million-dollar businesses.

In this podcast episode, she is sharing three tips on how she started local and ...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you how I am working on cutting down my social media use.

I can't totally log off because it's a big part of what I do for work, so I need it BUT I don't want to be one of those annoying people who get sucked in, are never present, and just scroll needlessly for hours.

For three ways to cut back on social media use, listen!

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When I help you earn media exposure, it won’t do much for your business if you don’t know what to do next.

In this podcast episode, Nikki Rausch will show you how to take the leads you generate from PR and move them along the selling staircase.

Nikki walks us through the five steps of an authentic selling process in a way that builds relationships, creates true connection, and results in more closed deals and long-term clients.

And...

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In this quick 3 Things on Thursday episode, I'm going to tell you how to read more books.

I'm a big reader.

I read for education and I read for fun.

I'm on GoodReads, so follow me there to see what I'm reading.

You can also search "bookshelf" on my website to see what I'm reading. For the three ways I read more books, listen!

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