New “Media Savvy” Newspaper Column Spreads the Good News about Free Publicity

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My new “Media Savvy” column debuted in the Puget Sound Business Journal on Friday, September 14, 2007. This well respected business journal reaches 62,000 business decision makers every week. Once a month, I’ll write a column to support the readers in their quest to get seen, heard, and celebrated in their own backyards and beyond through the impact and credibility of free publicity.

Having a soapbox like this to share my expertise with others is a very, Very, VERY big deal. It’s a powerful way to serve others’ success as I serve my own.

So many business owners tell me that they want to earn a regular column in their hometown business journal. If that is your goal, start first by earning your stripes by writing regularly for a variety of media outlets in your own backyard.

That’s what I did. I’ve been a ghostwriter for top CEO’s in the Puget Sound region for years. And over the last year, I’ve served as a columnist for the Snohomish County Business Journal as I’ve shared my Authentic Visibility tips and advice.

With tenacity, focus, and keen resolve, you will soon be a published author and have a platform from which to share your expertise as you serve others.

Click here to read the first column, and tell me what you think!

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3 Responses

  1. NancyJ Says:


  2. Michelle Says:

    Hi Nancy,
    Congratulations on your column – love to see you working on your own platform as well as helping others get theirs going. You are living proof that your advice works if you work it!

  3. NancyJ Says:

    Thank you Michelle. Thanks to you, I have a blog from which to share this news with the world. I’ll be blogging about you tomorrow, so stay tuned for that post.

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