The Fine Art of Shameless Self Promotion: PDF eBook
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Masterful Marketing and Bodacious Branding for the Enterprising Entrepreneur
By Margot Potter
If you’re looking for a no nonsense, kick in the pants, straight forward guide to marketing and PR for your personal brand, look no further, because this is it! A combination of creative prompts, exercises, interviews, information and advice, The Fine Art of Shameless Self Promotion offers the reader a clear cut pathway to creating success and doing it with style! Written in an irreverent, humorous tone, this book is sure to engage, entertain and inspire readers to stop dreaming about creating success and start making it happen! Author, TV host, designer, freelance writer, performer, blogger and consultant Margot Potter built her own highly successful brand through years of hard work and shares what she’s learned in the process regularly with her blog readers. This engaging e-book takes that advice and her concept of ‘life crafting’ to another level. Margot doesn’t just encourage you to ‘think outside of the box’, she shows you how to tear it apart, repurpose it into something fabulous, stand on it and reach for the stars. PLUS BONUS interviews with a variety of incredibly inspiring entrepreneurs who share their advice about how to create success!
ebook - 130 Pages
words - 42,536
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