You Can Become the Ideal Media Interview Guest

Yes, you can become the ideal media interview guest.

Watch the video above, to:

(1) Understand what the word media means today.

(2) Hear my tips about what you can do before and after the interview to maximize the interview opportunity.

WHY I’M OFFERING THIS ADVICE
I’m sharing tips about becoming the ideal guest because I know that your appearances on interview programs–such as my weekly “Biz Communication Show”–have strong potential for increasing your credibility among viewers and listeners.

The guidelines I am sharing arose from my decades of hosting radio shows as a freelancer. Also, having interviewed around 75 people on my Biz Communication Show has given me a clear picture of what a guest needs to do to excel.

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Bill Lampton, Ph.D.

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CALL ME
First, visit my Website, to learn about my services for corporations and leaders.

https://bizcommunicationguy.com

Then call me for an introductory no-cost no-obligation conversation. Tell me about your communication problems and challenges, and we’ll explore how I can work with you to find solutions.

Call today: 678-316-4300

Don’t Start Your Reply With This Word

How Not To Start Your Reply from Bill Lampton, Ph.D. on Vimeo.

Yes, starting your reply with “Look!” will create a highly negative image for you in an interview.

NOTE: That’s true in these situations too:

–Ordinary conversation
–Sales presentation
–Speaking to an audience
–Networking interactions

Avoid “Look!” and you’ll escape the inevitable wrong impression that would have resulted.

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