PR and visibility strategies for introverts

PR and visibility strategies for introverts

PR and visibility strategies for introverts

Today’s episode is all about PR strategies for introverts.

Before we dive into today’s topic, I wanted to share about a brand new service I have called the Pitch Power Hour. This is where you and me can chat for 1 hour all about your PR strategy for a specific program or product you’d like to get in front of more people.

Whether you’re wanting to start pitching yourself for podcast interviews to help you grow your email list or have a course launch coming up, I’d love to help you strategize the best pitching options for you! You also receive 1 custom pitch template. Head to link listed below to sign up for a spot!

NOW….onto today’s episode…PR strategies for introverts!

I, too, am an introvert so please know that these tips are coming from someone who knows how you feel.

An introvert may feel uncomfortable at large networking events, feel totally drained after being at a party with a lot of people, you may not enjoy being put on the spot (your mind goes blank)…overall you prefer less social interaction and recharge your batteries by being alone.

You may be thinking that pitching yourself for media opportunities is only for extroverts. People that thrive on being surrounded by a lot of people, being the life of the party, but I’d beg to differ…introverts, especially during these times right now, can thrive off of being visible in ways that aren’t anxiety-inducing.

PR and visibility strategies for introverts

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • Why now is the time for introverts to be visible and pitch themselves for media opportunities
  • 6 tips for getting visible as an introvert
  • The number 1 thing you need to do as an introvert before pitching
  • How to use social media during social distancing to network with new people

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Jamie DuBose on pivoting your service offerings during coronavirus and how to evergreen your online course quickly

Jamie DuBose on pivoting your service offerings during coronavirus and how to evergreen your online course quickly

Jamie DuBose on pivoting your service offerings during coronavirus and how to evergreen your online course quickly

Today’s podcast interview is with Jamie Dubose of ZenplicityNow.com.

Before we dive in, I wanted to remind you that you can now sign up for my free 5-day challenge, Pitchfest, 5 days to your first media mention.

This simple and easy to implement email course guides you in figuring out how to identify your PR pitching purpose, how to find the right places to pitch yourself, crafting your first media pitch and then sending it off! 

You can sign up for it at https://brittneyllynn.com/pitchfest.

Also, I’ve opened up my online course, Impact + Influence, for enrollment! 

If you are in ANY of the following categories, now is the time to be pitching the media:

✨Infectious disease experts⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Health/medical experts⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Economy/financial experts (this includes personal finance tips, debt, student loans, investing, taxes/accounting)⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Productivity experts ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Homeschooling/teaching at home⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Online learning⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Therapists/life coaches⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Relationship experts⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Psychologists⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Running an online business⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Real estate experts⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

✨Careers/hiring

✨Online fitness⠀

I added several payment plan options, one as low as $67/month! Also, if you sign up between now and April 30th you’ll also receive a free 30 min PR strategy consultation with me. 

You can learn more and sign up at brittneyllynn.com/course.

NOW….onto today’s interview with Jamie!

Jamie DuBose on pivoting your service offerings during coronavirus and how to evergreen your online course quickly

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • The three types of business owners that should be considering pivoting their business offerings during Coronavirus
  • The steps to evergreen your online course quickly
  • Tips for people who run local, in-person shops and services and how they can pivot to offer virtual services (we specifically discuss ideas for what personal trainers can do, hairstylists, etc.)

Resources mentioned during the episode

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What journalists want

What journalists want

What journalists want

Hello hello, welcome back to another episode of the Human Connection podcast! Today we’re talking about what journalists want!

If you want to start getting mentioned in the media, pitching journalists story ideas will need to be a part of your strategy. 

But….what to journalists actually want? How do you stand out against the hundreds (yes, hundreds) of other emails they receive daily? Why should they feature YOU instead of someone else? 

Well, that’s exactly what we’re going to cover during this episode!

What journalists want

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • The one question you need to ask yourself before pitching a journalist
  • The 6 pillars of storytelling and why they’re important
  • Dos and don’ts of pitching journalists

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Jessica McSweeney on depression, overcoming the feeling of failure and the importance of slowing down

Jessica McSweeney on depression, overcoming the feeling of failure and the importance of slowing down

Jessica McSweeney on depression, overcoming the feeling of failure and the importance of slowing down

Today’s interview is with my dear friend and modern-style calligrapher Jessica McSweeney.

She’s been a professional calligrapher since 2014, and her work has been featured in various super cool publications, including in national print in The Knot and online on Brides.com and Martha Stewart Weddings.

Before we get to the interview, I wanted to share I have open spots for my 90 Min PR Intensive!

If you aren’t familiar, the PR Intensive is a custom PR plan for your business.

How it works is you fill out an assessment on your business, your goals, your audience, and we then create a strategic PR plan exactly for your business…it’s the plan we’d implement for you if you’d hire me on a retainer basis!

With the Intensive, you get: 

  • Custom PR strategy
  • Custom pitch templates
  • At least 25-35 places of targeted research whether that be podcasts, publications, influencers, etc with contact info and pitching angles
  • A list of pitch ready topics and key messaging to position you as an expert in your industry
  • A list of tools and resources
  • An updated bio

The PR Intensive is a $3,000 commitment buuuuut if you use code HUMANCONNECTION on your inquiry form I’ll give you $200 off for your April booking!

Head to brittneyllynn.com/printensive to learn more and grab your spot! 

Jessica McSweeney on depression, overcoming the feeling of failure and the importance of slowing down

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How Jessica handled her mental health struggles while being an entrepreneur
  • Suggestions would you have for listeners who may be going through their own mental health struggles
  • How to establish your voice as an artist
  • Her thoughts on how your mistakes or “failures” can be a valuable lesson 
  • What is sunken cost fallacy and why it happens to so many entrepreneurs
  • The issue with curated vulnerability
  • Which Bravo housewife each of us would spend a day with 🙂

Resources mentioned during the episode

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How much my business made in 2019

How Much My Business Made in 2019

How much my business made in 2019

Today’s episode I share it all…and I mean…ALL.

I’m sharing exactly how much revenue my business brought in for 2019. *Gulp*

Along with sharing my revenue, I also share what my biggest expenses were, how I more than doubled my income in 12 months, what my life actually looked like while growing my business and so much more.

I’m excited, and a little nervous, to share this information so publicly but also I think it’s hugely important to share a true behind the scenes of what it’s like to grow a business in 2020.

Enjoy!

How Much My Business Made in 2019

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How much revenue I made in each 4 years of my business
  • How much revenue I made in 2019
  • How much money I spent on expenses in 2019
  • My biggest expenses of 2019 and why they were worth it
  • What my life and business looked like in 2019
  • 5 important lessons I learned in 2019

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Erin Lindstrom on how to lean into your intuitiveness and zone into your genius

Erin Lindstrom on how to lean into your intuitiveness and zone into your genius

Erin Lindstrom on how to lean into your intuitiveness and zone into your genius

Today’s interview is with the wordsmith genius Erin Lindstrom.

Erin Lindstrom is a sales strategist and Founder of Shiny Bitches, a high-vibe community of female entrepreneurs. She helps her clients achieve their business goals with a blend of down-to-earth spiritual tools and practical techniques. Erin believes that by fostering vulnerable and authentic connection, leaders can create a more powerful bond with their clients and customers, resulting in greater loyalty and deeper transformation. 

I absolutely loved my conversation with Erin and so it’s so jam packed full of goodies, can’t wait to hear what you think!

Before we get to the interview, I wanted to share I have open spots for my 90 Min PR Intensive!

If you aren’t familiar, the PR Intensive is a custom PR plan for your business.

How it works is you fill out an assessment on your business, your goals, your audience, and we then create a strategic PR plan exactly for your business…it’s the plan we’d implement for you if you’d hire me on a retainer basis!

With the Intensive, you get: 

  • A Custom PR strategy
  • Custom pitch templates
  • At least 25-35 places of targeted research whether that be podcasts, publications, influencers, etc with contact info and pitching angles
  • A list of pitch ready topics and key messaging to position you as an expert in your industry
  • A list of tools and resources
  • An updated bio

The PR Intensive is a $3,000 commitment buuuuut if you use code HUMANCONNECTION on your inquiry form I’ll give you $200 off for March & April bookings.

Head to brittneyllynn.com/printensive to learn more and grab your spot! I have availability for March and April.

Alright, let’s dive in!

Erin Lindstrom on how to lean into your intuitiveness and zone into your genius

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • Erin and I’s rocky start to our friendship (it’s a weird story and you HAVE to tune in, haha)
  • How to zone in on your area of genius
  • How to lean more into your intuitiveness instead of what all the “business coaches tell you to do,” 
  • What doing Improv taught her about business and life
  • What Erin recommends for people who are “woo curious”

Resources mentioned during the episode

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Sara McNally on the power of sharing your story and vulnerability as an entrepreneur

Sara McNally on the power of sharing your story and vulnerability as an entrepreneur

Sara McNally on the power of sharing your story and vulnerability as an entrepreneur

Hey hey, welcome to the Human Connection podcast and today’s interview is with my good friend and past client Sara McNally of Constellation & Co!

Constellation & Co is letterpress stationery company and brick & mortar gift shop located in the Seattle Fishermen’s Terminal.

Constellation & Co uses the power of words and the magic of snail mail to connect people and make us all feel less alone.

Our line of cards and gifts are inspired by the events and occasions in life that are made sweet by close, honest relationships. Our work as Constellation & Co. is built for sharing joy and holding our loved ones close in the middle of pain.

Sara and I get vul-ner-able during this episode which is one thing I love about Sara. She is an open book when it comes to share her personal and business struggles in life. 

Also, if you’ve been wanting to pitch yourself to podcasts to get in front of new audiences, I’ll be hosting a paid workshop on Thursday Feb 13 at 12pm CST teaching you the ins and outs of landing podcast interviews!

You’ll learn: 

  • How to find the right podcasts to pitch yourself to 
  • How to come up with catchy topics that podcast hosts will love
  • What to do to prepare for the interview
  • What to do after the interview

Plus I’ll share examples of pitches that got a heck yes!

It will also be recorded in case you can’t make it live!

Head here to grab your spot! Cost is $49. 

Sara McNally on the power of sharing your story and vulnerability as an entrepreneur

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • Sara’s thoughts on mental health and entrepreneurship and how freaking HARD it can be
  • The importance of vulnerability and sharing your story 
  • What it’s like to write a book (the good, the bad, the ugly)

Resources mentioned during the episode

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5 Reasons Why You Should Pitch Yourself to a Podcast

5 Reasons Why You Should Pitch Yourself to a Podcast

5 Reasons Why You Should Pitch Yourself to a Podcast

Today we are talking about 5 reasons why you should pitch yourself to a podcast. 

I’m SO excited to talk about this topic because podcasts and I go way back. In fact, podcasts are the entire reason my business even exists!

I think podcasts are one of the best ways to get exposure for your business and I can’t wait for you to dive in and learn how you can start pitching yourself!

5 Reasons Why You Should Pitch Yourself to a Podcast

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • 5 reasons why you should pitch yourself to be a guest on podcasts
  • How to find relevant podcasts to pitch yourself to
  • Times when you should pitch yourself and times NOT to pitch yourself

Resources mentioned during the episode

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Brit Kolo on why your personality matters when it comes to your marketing

Brit Kolo on why your personality matters when it comes to your marketing

Brit Kolo on why your personality matters when it comes to your marketing

Hey hey, welcome back to another episode of the Human Connection podcast. Today’s interview is with Brit Kolo of Marketing Personalities!

Brit is the Creator of the Marketing Personality Type™️ Framework at MarketingPersonalities.com and the Host of the Marketing Personalities Podcast. Through her framework, designed to match you with your best marketing strategy based on your Myers-Briggs Personality Type, she’s here to shake up your approach to marketing and inspire you to grow your business in a feel-good way.

Her motto is marketing that feels good and that is what we are ALL about here on the Human Connection podcast!

Brit Kolo on why your personality matters when it comes to your marketing

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • What the different marketing personalities are
  • How to understand your own marketing personality
  • How to utilize your personality as a way to market yourself

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Why PR is the best way to grow your business in 2020

Why PR is the best way to grow your business in 2020

Why PR is the best way to grow your business in 2020

Before we dive into this week’s topic, I wanted to remind you of the live workshop I’ll be hosting TOMORROW, January 15 @ 12 pm CT.

This workshop will help you get crystal clear on how you can incorporate a PR strategy into your 2020 planning.

If you’re a service-based or product-based entrepreneur looking to:

  • Grow your email list
  • Increase qualified traffic to your website
  • Get in front of more of your target audience and
  • Earn extra revenue

You’ll definitely want to sign up!

The cost is only $49. There will be a recording if you can’t make it live.

You can sign up by clicking here.

Now you may be thinking….why should I even have a PR strategy? Will PR work for me? Why is it the best way to grow your business in 2020?

Well that’s what this episode is about so let’s get to it!

Why PR is the best way to grow your business in 2020

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • Three reasons why you will want to consider using PR
  • What are the different types of PR
  • The things you need in place BEFORE you implement a PR strategy for your business

Resources mentioned during the episode

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