Ready For Your Interview?
How to Prepare for Media Interviews
sections on Social Media)
you seeking media attention? Have
you sent out media releases to promote your company, product, service,
issue, or event? Are you attempting to use the media to reach potential
customers, shareholders, sponsors, donors, or other stakeholders?
Is there an issue in your sector or at your company that has, or might,
capture public attention? Are you dealing with a problem or a crisis?
Are you using social media, such as Facebook, LinkedIn,
or a blog? Do you want to know what your target audience is saying
about you on various social media streams? In
You Ready For Your
||If you answered yes to any
above questions, you need to
be prepared for interviews by
reporters, broadcasters, or even bloggers. And need
know how to reach your target audience using social media
or to handle social media issues that may arise.
To Prepare For Media Interviews
will show you how to get ready to face the media -- how to answer
simple or confrontational questions and how to handle a crisis. In
addition, this special report includes two sections on using
social media to convey your message and monitor (and respond to) what
others might be saying about your company or organization.
The special report is
five important sections:
how to prepare for media interviews, which includes preparation for
soft, difficult, and confrontational questions and crisis management;
tips for interview success; orientation for doing TV interviews; social
media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and others); and blogging.
report includes sample scenarios, sample questions questions and a
variety of answers -- including typical answers that the
unprepared interviewee might give and powerful answers that a
prepared interviewee would give.
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McLaren, Infinity Communications Inc.
former freelance journalist, Paul
has been working as corporate communications
consultant and a media
interview trainer since
insights and honesty helped me become completely comfortable in front
of a camera or radio microphone… and it all occurred in one
session. If you want real life media training results, Paul is your
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