By Susan Geary – 1st Rate Resumes
Develop your angle and increase your publicity. If you want to increase your chances of getting on television and radio talk shows as a career expert, you’ll need to think like a producer. Compare it to thinking like a hiring recruiter. Your pitch for a story needs to answer the question “What can you do for me?” as quickly as possible. Therefore the headline on the press release must grab the attention of the producer or reporter.
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Susan Geary has been a radio air personality and television network feed producer for over 17 years.