Robin and her team help Fortune 500 brands and small businesses gain more visibility through positioning, promotions, marketing, event management, strategies and public relations.
Create a deeper relationship with your audience.
We specialize in Brand Ambassador Marketing for Fortune 500 companies to help promote products, services, and events. We create increased brand awareness that leaves a positive lasting impression on your ideal clients that results in more leads, and ultimately, increased sales.
When small business owners and entrepreneurs want more visibility they turn to the team at Let’s Make you Shine. Utilizing Public Relations and promotional strategies, our team leverages out 20+ years in sales, marketing and advertising to create a plan that not only gets you noticed, but gets you results.
It seems like an oxymoron. How do you “work a room” without being there? The answer is one of those potent networking secrets that very few people know – and in a few minutes, you’ll be among them. Let’s dive into this by way of an example. Imagine that you’re a new author from Boston, and have just written a game-changing book about social media strategies. That’s the good news. The bad news is that you’re traveling, and can’t make it to the biggest social media conference in the country until the very last day. How can you make a splash and meet the top dogs in the room – but without making a dash? In the past, you couldn’t. But now, if you apply these little-known tactics, you’ll be able to “work a room” like a seasoned networking pro without being there: 1. Do Your Homework Research the conference and identify the main organizer contact (this information is usually on the website, or in a press release, or can be found with a little digging). Then, introduce yourself via email, social media and a phone call. Offer to help with promotion, and share any tips or suggestions that will make you look great. For example, if you know of a great and little-known restaurant in the area, share that information. What seems like the smallest or simplest tip can be extremely well received. The bottom line is that you’re being helpful, positioning yourself as a strategic ally, and you […]