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Join us as we welcome Ms. Myra Capri of Capri Brands. She has been a freelance makeup artist since 2007. She specializes in a clean, polished look, pulling out colors that compliment a person’s complexion and face structure. She believes that makeup should look like your skin and be used to enhance a person’s existing beauty, not cover it up. Despite the irony, she values a person’s natural beauty, only using makeup as a tool to enhance it.
Myra Capri is a teacher at heart and strives to teach her clients routines that are realistic and practical, that they will feel comfortable doing themselves. The founder has traveled all over the world learning about diverse fashion, culture, and people. Her travels have inspired her portrait of makeup and interest in creating a personal branding image for others. Makeup artistry is just that, an art, and Capri Brand augments the creativity in this art.
In this episode of Internet Marketing Insights, David McBee sits down with Facebook rock stars, Jeff Morgan and Tosha Everhart of Morgan Miller Plumbing. Find out how a plumbing company beat out a popular local brewery, a beloved coffee company and a powerhouse Harley Davidson dealership to win Battle of the Brands. Listen in and learn their secrets for generating over $100,000 a year in sales that they can directly attribute to Facebook.
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Welcome to the award winning show “the Conversation” in its 4th year airing on Blog Talk Radio. This show features the brightest and most unique guests we can find. We offer a dose of positive energy to inspire, motivate and educate you our listeners. Welcome sit back and enjoy the show!
Hosts: Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey
Rhona Bennett- She’s the NEWEST addition to the famous R&B female group “En Vogue” Ms. Rhona Bennett and actress best known for her reoccurring role on “the Jamie Foxx Show”. Now she’s working on a successful SOLO Career! Let’s find out what’s she up to now!!
H.W. Brands- He’s a Writer, Historian & Biographer. He’s a Best Selling author and a finalist for the esteemed Pulitzer Prize! Mr. Brands has written biographies about Benjamin Franklin, Andrew Jackson, Ronald Reagan, and Teddy Roosevelt to name just a few… Drop by and let’s talk HISTORY!
Join host Beth Rosen as she talks to Social RevUp partners MJ Tam, Dwana De LaCerna, and Melisa Wells. We'll be talking about many topics, including the Brands and Bloggers Summit, which will take place on Saturday, July 21 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Chicago!
Tweet along with us during the show, using the hashtags #BBRadio and #BBSummit12, and follow us:
Would you like to learn more about making the right connections? Each show listen to a talented group of bloggers and brands to learn how they are creating successful partnerships. In the world of connections, community, conversations, and content join top brands and bloggers as they discuss the new trends and thoughts for the future. As the radio home for Midwest Moms Media Brands & Bloggers Summit join the speakers to get great tips and ideas to rev-up your brand and blog to the right audience. Join the fun we would love to here your thoughts, stories, questions, and more.
Ashley Northington is an award-winning public relations consultant, entrepreneur, writer and media connoisseur. She is the founder and director of the boutique public relations firm, DENOR Brands & Public Relations.
Ashley has dedicated her professional career to equipping the public with meaningful information thereby empowering them to make informed decisions and advocate for positive change. Her career spans nearly a decade, and includes reporting for The Tennessean, Nashville’s local newspaper; national news reporting for USA Today; election coverage for the Associated Press and multimedia work for The Times in Shreveport, Louisiana.
She has also served at the Louisiana Department of Education as Press Secretary and a Public Information Officer where she spent her time authoring speeches for state and deputy superintendents; coordinating awards presentations; crafting press releases regarding news and key educational initiatives; and fielding questions from media representatives, educators and other stakeholders. Most recently, she served as a Research Analyst, focusing on public education, parks and recreation and civil service issues at the Bureau of Governmental Research in New Orleans.
Through her work with DENOR Brands & Public Relations, Ashley has developed compelling marketing and communications plans for clients in the entertainment, lifestyle, business and public service industries.
Tynicka Battle and Liz Nickles discuss Starbucks and Walmart. How the biggest brands publicize what they do with their profits.
Article: Starbucks Announcement - http://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2014/06/16/starbucks-announces-it-will-give-a-free-college-education-to-thousands-of-workers/
Article: McDonalds and Walmart Rely on Welfare - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/13/walmart_n_4267907.html
Video: #AskJPM tweets performed by voice of American Greed & @PuppetsOH, featuring Stay Keach - http://youtu.be/i5lMJkw8Bv8
Book: How Starbucks Changed My Life by Michael Gates Gill (Gotham Books, 2008) - http://www.amazon.com/How-Starbucks-Saved-Life-Privilege/dp/1592404049
Study: College Graduates Driving Increase in Bankruptcy Filings by Ylan Q. Mui, The Washington Post, 9/12/11
Transparency, authenticity, engagement. These new buzzwords in marketing have been a bit overused in the past few years, perhaps even losing some of their important meaning in the process. What does it really mean to be transparent; to be authentic as a business and brand? This episode of Content Marketing 360, host Pamela Muldoon talks with Debbie Williams, co-founder of SPROUT Content and co-author of Brands In Glass Houses: How To Embrace Transparency and Grow Your Business Through Content Marketing. Debbie will define not only what is a brand story, but walk us through a simple, yet effective process on how to develop one for your business. She will discuss the importance of moving away from the old-fashioned features and benefits conversation and how to begin sharing a story about your brand, business and culture. Debbie also tackles the fear factor of transparency and how brands can best handle feedback, both positive and negative, along their brand story journey. Learn how to use your company’s best storytellers, your employees, to share your brand story by allowing them to become your brand advocates. The consumer is seeking to make a deeper connection with brands in today’s marketing and your brand has a great story to tell. This episode will help you craft your story to share with your consumers.