Do you need to hire service providers for your project? If you can market your work yourself, go for it. Try to make your work so good that your readers will want to help spread the word.
Marketing and public relations services can be expensive. On the other hand, if you think your work is good enough for Oprah and her Book Club or other career makers like Ellen, you’d better get some help to let them know about it.
Below you will find service providers that may help you. The providers are people we know personally or who have been referred by people we trust. However, we take no responsibility for the success or failure of you, your work, or any service provider. Unless you’re already famous and have a big publisher behind you, you may still have to do a lot of the marketing and PR groundwork–in addition to offering a great product.
Media Trainer and Business Strategist
After many years as a publicist, Lisa Elia of Expert Media Training is now focused on media training and business strategy consulting. She has helped entrepreneurs, small business owners, authors, speakers, and experts for over 25 years. She also happens to be my wife, so I know how smart she is, how hard she works, and how much she cares about her clients.
Lisa has worked with a wide range of clients, focusing primarily on those who fall into the categories of lifestyle, media, beauty, health, wellness and green products and services. She has achieved national media placements for clients in media that include The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, Body & Soul, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, USA Today, Time, Daily Variety, InStyle, and Cosmopolitan, among hundreds of others.
FYI: The above are not affiliate relationship(s) (although I will benefit if you hire my wife). They are service provider(s) that may be helpful to you. Use at your own risk.