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Podcast: Dina Behrman

By Sep 27, 2019 October 8th, 2019 No Comments

Journalist turned publicity coach, Dina Behrman teaches female entrepreneurs how to get their businesses seen and heard.

She is just as passionate about empowering business owners to get the best of publicity for their business to raise their profile, position themselves as an expert, build their brand, find new opportunities, reach new audiences, charge what they are worth and help more people.

On today’s episode, Dina reveals how you can make PR work for you and your branding. As she gives away tips on how to pitch, find out how you can bag that first YES from publications and more.


“Don’t presume that if you’re not getting replies, it’s bad news.” – Dina Behrman

Some of the topics we discussed include:

  • The THREE steps personal brands/entrepreneur should take to make PR work for them
  • Interesting things you can offer, that Journalist want to see
  • How to pitch your idea the right way
  • The key to staying RELEVANT as a copywriter
  • The most devious thing Dina did with her PR knowledge
  • Adil’s most and least favorite things about PR
  • How to COLD PITCH someone
  • Things to consider in crafting your media kit
  • How to redeem yourself after being turned down by publications
  • Dina’s reading lists and movie recommendations

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Adil Amarsi is a world-class copywriter, marketing consultant, and conversion genius. Having spent the majority of his life in direct response advertising, Adil brings a unique look at business by using his blog as an extension to who he is in real life. Oh and he loves pizza :).

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