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Creating a Crisis Communications Plan

Creating a Crisis Communications Plan: It’s NOT Over When It’s Over

If you listen very carefully chances are you’ll hear the sound of a company executive letting out his or her breath after a crisis. That rush of air is coming from someone saying to themselves (and their management) “Phew, we got through that one. Let’s move on.” In our experience, th
Should you rent office space or work from home

Small Businesses: Should You Rent Office Space or Work From Home?

Whether you’ve been in business for awhile or you’re just starting out, you have a variety of options in terms of how you work. Should you rent office space or work from home? Choose wrong, and your business could suffer…or you could end up with a host of unnecessary
How to be a good podcast guest

Successful Podcasting: How To Be A Good Podcast Guest

The other day, I wrote a blog post about how to be a good podcast host. But it goes both ways, so today I’m taking the other side and sharing my thoughts on how to be a good podcast guest. Find the Right Venues There are thousands of podcasts out there. If you’re pitching
Successful Podcasting: How to Make Things Easy for Your Podcast Guests

Successful Podcasting: How to Make Things Easy for Your Podcast Guests

If you have a podcast and you bring in guests from time to time (or every time), then you want to make things as easy as possible for your podcast guests. As a podcaster myself and a frequent guest on others’ podcasts, I wanted to jot down a few notes to help you, dear podcaster