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.
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending the MED (Minority Enterprise Development) Day in Boston, learning more about the benefits of being a WBE (Women’s Business Enterprise) in the state of Massachusetts. I was thrilled to be certified to develop coaching and branding strategies, and find additional ways to grow my business! At the convention, I met a radio producer who interviewed me about a year ago. His show was called Radio Entrepreneurs, and we talked about setting up a time to discuss Let’s Make You Shine. Knowing I would be on-air as soon as next week, I revised a list of Radio Interview Do’s and Don’ts that may be useful for your own media training: Easy Guidelines for Creating A Powerful Radio Interview A picture is worth a thousand words, but your listener can’t “see”. Speak in terms of vibrant images and make sure to use details. Think of ways to describe what you’re talking about so your audience can “see” for themselves. Start with a bang! Talk about something you find interesting, so your listeners will too! Don’t build your talk brick by brick, start strong. Making a positive impression straight from the gate can be a deciding factor in whether the listener tunes in, or out. You want them tuned in and tuned on! Don’t fib. Today’s audience can tell when you aren’t being authentic. A sensitive subject? Learn to sway gracefully, but still hold integrity. Please don’t bore your audience to death. Stand up when you […]