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It's normal to be bad before you’re good
It is only by going through a volume of work that you will close the creativity gap.
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Easy Money is the show where we make money EASY —not hard. The show where we discover EASY ways to make more money, save big money and find unclaimed money. As your host, 13-time Easy Money Host Elisabeth Leamy in-studio talking about how to make more, save more and find unclaimed money. Emmy winner Elisabeth Leamy doesn’t ramble about the weather or her weekend. Instead, she guarantees that she’ll give you useful —hopefully juicy— information within 60 seconds of the show open. And the whole, packed podcast lasts just 20 minutes or so. Now that’s EASY!
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Chris Abraham and Frank Eliason join Shel Holtz for this week’s episode, commenting on the ongoing United Airlines crisis, continued interest in the new federated Mastodon social network, how PR would look without Twitter, Burger King’s subversive commercial that hacked Google Home and Wikipedia, and Burston-Marsteller’s ombudsman answer to fake news.
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Chris Abraham, Cindy Crescenzo, and Steve Farnsworth join host Shel Holtz to talk about Breitbart News’ call for a boycott of Kellogg’s after the cereal company pulled its ads, the suggestion that we should stop measuring employee engagement, PR’s ability to propel Virtual Reality into the mainstream, the need for brands and agencies to adapt to a voice-driven world (with Amazon Echo and Google Home becoming new means of searching and engaging), the latest from the fake news front, and much more.
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Welcome to episode #15 of For Immediate Release. This week’s panel includes digital communications consultant Chris Abraham, Thornley-Fallis Communications CEO and Inside PR co-host Joseph Thornley, and marketing technology specialist and business strategist Lynette Young. This week’s episode covers new FTC guidance on native advertising, Edelman’s restructuring, whether the end to a ban on broadcasting Radio Free Europe and Voice of America in the U.S. has led to PR assignments, the downside of workplace collaboration, and whether share buttons cause more trouble than their worth. Dan York’s Tech Report covers the malware attack on Hyatt, the inclusion of adblocking software in a computer manufacturer’s default browser, and the war of words between Medium founder Ev Williams and blogging pioneer Dave Winer.
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Chris Abraham of Gerris digital is a recognized leader in digital marketing and he joins us on Through the Noise for the second time to talk strategies nonprofits can employ to get their work out and get the word out too. He last joined us in June, 2015 so we’re pleased to chat with him again and see what’s changed since then. Pick up some useful strategies for getting more attention online and how to get the best kind of attention. What is earned media? Why should it matter to you? How can you earn it? If you’re asking these questions or wondering how you can harness the power of the internet to illuminate your mission, don’t miss this episode. Chris Abraham is a leading expert in digital: online reputation management (ORM), Internet privacy, social media marketing, and digital PR with a focus on blogger outreach, blogger engagement, and Internet crisis response. After growing up in Hawaii, Chris moved to the DC area almost 27-years ago, though he has detoured through the UK, Berlin, and Portland before returning to his home in Washington. Chris has been volunteering with local homeless kitchen, Miriam’s Kitchen, for over five years. Gerris is a virtual digital agency, bringing together some of the best global partners in online engagement, influencer marketing, blogger outreach, social media marketing, search engine marketing, online reputation management, content marketing, digital PR, training, and strategy. Our low overhead allows us to gladly serve startups, publishing, nonprofits, and associations.
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How do you separate yourself when you are competing with everyone around the world? And how do you navigate yourself through all the “research” that’s available online? How can you seperate the real scientists from all the rest? Chris Abraham is a leading expert in digital: online reputation management (ORM), Internet privacy, social media marketing, and digital PR with a focus on blogger outreach, blogger engagement, and Internet crisis response. After growing up in Hawaii, Chris moved to the DC area almost 27-years ago, though he has detoured through the UK, Berlin, and Portland before returning to his home in Washington. Chris has been volunteering with local homeless kitchen, Miriam’s Kitchen, for over five years. Gerris is a virtual digital agency, bringing together some of the best global partners in online engagement, influencer marketing, blogger outreach, social media marketing, search engine marketing, online reputation management, content marketing, digital PR, training, and strategy. Our low overhead allows us to gladly serve startups, publishing, nonprofits, and associations.
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