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CHARGE PR ADVICE TO YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT – “PR & PUBLICITY” HOTLINE – NEW BUSINESS SERVICE

Want to run a slick, sophisticated publicity campaign just like the big guys, but without the big budget? Well, now you can, according to top online publicity expert, Delroy A. Whyte-Hall of WHYTE-HALL COMMUNICATIONS, LLC.

“Regardless of the size of your business or your pocketbook, now you can launch the kind of multimedia publicity campaign that will get your name, company, or website the high visibility it needs to succeed,” says Whyte-Hall.

Whyte-Hall notes that “many business and professional people, particularly entrepreneurs, neither need nor want to retain a full-time public relations agency or practitioner. What they need is good, workable nuts-and-bolts advice to preparing and executing well-rounded publicity programs.”

That’s why Whyte-Hall, head of the leading online PR consultancy WHYTE-HALL COMMUNICATIONS, LLC created the “PR & Publicity Hotline“, a telephone service (240-707-0769) that allows anyone with a PR (publicity, press release creation, crisis management, media relations, community relations, etc.) question or problem to call. You can charge the service to their PAYPAL account.

At US$50 for the first forty minutes or US$75 for up to an hour, “a lot of very specific analysis, information and advice can be provided. The focus is on print, online, radio and TV publicity, and we’ll steer you to the nearly limitless publicity opportunities available in familiar places, as well as, many other places in which you never thought to look. The emphasis will be on getting you the publicity you need at little or no cost.”

Whyte-Hall has been dispensing advice and service to individuals, small entrepreneurs and business operations for more than 15 years. He’s a former multi-award-winning journalist, but today a very well respected and admired practicing public relations practitioner, publicist, content strategist and PR writer.

CONTACT: Delroy A. Whyte-Hall, Public Relations Strategists/Writer | Phone: 240-707-0769 | WHYTE-HALL COMMUNICATIONS, LLC.

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O.Y.S (Overcome Your Shackles) Film Project Seeks Kickstart Funds!

O.Y.S (Overcome Your Shackles), an inspirational Christian film, is in the works and its creators have today made an impassionate appeal for funding to help them get the project off the ground.

An a low budget indie SAG feature film, O.Y.S. portrays the parallel yet interweaves troubled stories of a group of people whose path unexpectedly collided.

“Be our HERO by being the first person to support this project,” says Godwin E. Enogieru, head of Inspirational Films, LLC. 

Just like the GERMAN’s say’s: “aller Anfang ist schwer”, meaning: “Every beginning is difficult”, and so the O.Y.S. creators are inviting persons to help them “Kickstart” this very auspicious campaign.

“We are currently seeking donation and sponsorship for the production and completion of this dramatic, but inspirational Christian motion picture, property entitled O.Y.S (Overcome Your Shackles),” appeals Godwin.

Set in the urban hustle of Dallas, Texas, The O.Y.S film dramatizes troubled encounters of a group of people whose path unexpectedly collided and consequently altered the course of their lives forever.

The O.Y.S film skillfully woven tapestry portraying the life of curious mix of characters, Among them are an over-stressed, but honest father working overtime as a freight truck driver and his despondent wife with a taste for luxury and other men, and a spiritually embittered gospel singer trying to come to terms with her fallout from grace, a fatally injured successful born architect distraught by a recent divorce, an atheist and high profile attorney whose job is defending drug traffickers, a murderous thief who has an epiphany in jail, and a well regarded preacher head of his own ministry.

The O.Y.S narrative, according to Godwin, underlines the maladies and ambitions of the human condition.

“This emotional drama is presented in a bold cinematic language utilizing a compelling down-to-earth storyline with universal appeal about the daily events that shape their lives,” says Godwin, who believes O.Y.S brings to the audience an honest perspective for compassion and justice.

“Our storyline is sprinkled with action, anticipation and shrewdness therefore creating the perfect condition for redemption and forgiveness,” the film’s spokesperson adds.

Even though O.Y.S (Overcome Your Shackles) delivers quality entertainment and high production values, Godwin says it offers, most importantly, a motivational message revisiting the inherent human potential for doing the right thing.

For further information at O.Y.S film production and time table, please visit the following website:

http://www.OYSFilm.com
http://www.InspirationalFilms.com

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“Losing Paradise & Music” – A Top Entry in This Year’s Reggae Festival, (August 1-5)!

One of the interesting and thought provoking entrants to this year’s Reggae Film Festival set for August1-5 at the Island Village in Ocho Rios, Jamaica is LOSING PARADISE & MUSIC, documentary film directed and produced by the multi-talented Jamaican-born singer, stage and screen actress, Claudja Barry.

Barry, who is greatly anticipation the showing of her documentary at the festival, says she’ll also looking forward to joining the likes of leading female dub poetess, Cherry Natural and Reggae/Dancehall aficionado, Dr. Carolyn Cooper, in a panel discussion of her creation, “Losing Paradise & Music”.

According to Barry,”Losing Paradise & Music documents the negative impact Reggae/Dancehall music is having on society. However, Barry is of the view the language of Dancehall and the attitude of its performers send a negative voice to Jamaican youth and to the rest of the world.

Many of the persons appearing in the documentary echo a similar sentiment, and do feel Jamaica has become a culture of violence and that sending this message through it’s music, doesn’t help.

Barry, who set out to hear the views of a wide group of Jamaicans on why Dancehall music has taken on such a dark image, admitted the documentary was a result of a personal quest to know if there were any redeeming qualities about Dancehall, which has become the dominant sound emanating out of bowels of the Jamaica people over the past 20 odd years.

“I wanted to find out if Bob Marley’s message of love, respect and caring were prominent in the music of today, which is dancehall, and if the current artistes are holding up the standards set by Marley and those of his era,” said Barry, who interviewed psychologists, family life specialists, doctors and musicians for the project.

Losing Paradise & Music,which curiously zoomed in on dancehall’s dark side, debuted on OMNI 1 TV in Canada earlier this year (February 17). And having chosen to look on the darker side of the music, one can’t help but wanting to know whether Barry was about censorship.

“As an artiste, I don’t believe in censoring others’ creative output, but where I draw the line is when society fails to realize that without exposure to other forms of music, some people limit themselves emotionally, which will limit how the whole person develops,” said Barry, a Jamaican who grew up in Canada.

According to Barry, she understands there are a generation of listeners who have heard only dancehall reggae and obviously enjoy that form of music.

“I’m in no way trying to change anyone’s preference, but, there should be music appreciation in schools, so that from an early age all children would have knowledge of all types of music,” said Barry, who studied acting at the world-famous Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City, then studied voice in Berlin and Vienna. She has also recorded several albums and appeared in the 1985 movie,Rapping, and was inducted into the Canadian Black Music Hall of Fame in 2003.

”Losing Paradise” will next be shown on August 3rd at 8 p.m. at the upcoming Reggae Music Festival, scheduled for August 1-5 at the Island Village in Echo Rios, Jamaica. It has also been said to be one of this years top entries.

CONTACT:
Delroy A. Whyte-Hall
Publicist
1876-460-1425
whcomn@gmail.com

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The Online Marketing Industry Gets A Reality Check This Weekend!

Project A.W.O.L. (living Another Way Of Life) is a new name on the scene in reality show TV, as it makes its debut on behalf of the online-business world.

Brandye Dague of Uniontown, Ohio (http://brandyedague.com/brandye-dague), announced, today, that she along with some of her online marketing colleagues, recently got a “reality check” in Phuket, Thailand by filming A Reality Show! Ms. Dague was one of eight cast members chosen to participate in Season #1 which launched this Saturday, July 20, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. “This is a fresh, creative and unique idea that’s never been seen before by the online marketing industry; we have literally pulled out all the stops and are truly raising awareness to the simplicity of earning an online income.”

The life changing experience began in May (2013). 32 average and ordinary people from all walks of life were pre-screened, selected and grouped in teams of eight to be in each week’s episodes. “You will see and experience the personal breakthroughs, the trials & tribulations and the type of lifestyle that is possible with an online business when you allow nothing to hold you back,” says Brandye.

The cast members were exposed to (and filmed) living the $100,000 a month lifestyle inside two hillside mansions equipped with chauffeurs, private chefs, cleaning staff, yacht and masseuses. Who was filming this lifestyle?

The Hollywood based camera crew that brought you The Bachelorette, The Ultimate Fighter, Shark Tank, Extreme Home Makeover, The Real World and other programs was on the scene, a first for them as well. “Yes, the show provides entertainment in a luxury setting, but there is also an eye-opening, thought provoking education element included.”

“Although I dreamed of financial freedom it wasn’t until I teamed up with Project A.W.O.L. that I began to believe that it’s possible and that I deserve it. I am now mentally ‘fit’ to change my life and others. For the first time in a long time I’m excited about my future because of my involvement here with Project A.W.O.L.”

Known for her passion for people and spreading the truth, Brandye says, “Job security no longer exists; now more than ever people are looking to earn money online, and we are here to show them how simple it can be.”

“I am a firm believer that the generous will prosper; those that water others will themselves be watered (Proverbs 11:25). The foundation of everything I/we do is in helping others thrive vs. just surviving”

Keep in touch with Brandye through her blog at http://www.brandyedague.com, where she shares knowledge and wisdom from her experience before, during and after the show and learn how to get started making money online.

CONTACT:
Skype: BrandyeDague
justbhealthyandwealthy@gmail.com
http://brandyedague.com

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Online Marketing Industry Gets A Reality Check!

Anna Linnehan of Newburyport, MA, (http://annalinnehan.com/about/), today announced that she along with some of her online marketing colleagues, recently got a “reality check” in Phuket, Thailand by filming A Reality Show! Mrs. Linnehan was one of eight cast members chosen to participate in Season #1 which will launch this Saturday, July 20, 2013 in Denver, CO.

“It s something that s never been seen before by the online marketing industry; we have literally pulled out all the stops and are truly raising the bar for the rest of the industry,” Anna says.

“We experienced a $100,000/month lifestyle complete with 2 hillside mansions, chauffeurs, private chefs, yachts and a full Hollywood based film crew and producer whose previous work includes The Ultimate Fighter, Shark Tank, Extreme Home Makeover, The Real World just to name a few.”

Known for her huge passion and big dreams of bringing joy, laughter, and abundance to the world by helping people in need, Anna says “Reality” the experience “rocked us all to the core in an amazing way.

“There is no question about it, this level of exposure will certainly affect us (online marketing industry) in both positive and significant ways,” notes Anna.

This significant move began back in May (2013), when people from all walks of life were pre-screened, selected and placed in teams of 8 to be in each week’s episode. You will see the personal breakthroughs, the trials & tribulations…not to mention experience the type of lifestyle that is possible when you allow nothing to hold you back with an online business. Now more than ever people are looking to earn money online, and we are here to show them how simple it can be.”

You can get a sneak peak (http://projectawol.com/sneak-preview.php) (Anna is second from left with bag behind her. She can also be seen several times on the teaser insideshe says it s only a tiny bit of what s to come!

Keep in touch with Anna through her blog http://www.annalinnehan.com where she will be sharing experiences she had while filming the show.

CONTACT:
Anna Linnehan
978-857-0956,
aklventuresinc@gmail.com
http://annalinnehan.com/

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How to Use Publicity Alerts!

To get started, sign up as a HARO source (http://www.helpareporter.com/sources/free?cid=70180000000oueY&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=FreeHARO-Prospect%20target=). Three times a day, HARO emails you a list of queries from journalists and bloggers who need sources like you for their stories. Each alert is categorized by topic and contains deadlines, reporter contact information, and a brief summary of what the reporter is looking for.

You can reply to any query in the publicity alert, as long as you follow the rules: your pitch needs to be on-topic, respectful, relevant, and you only contact the reporter once per story.

Because publicity alerts are crowdsourced, reporters often receive several replies to the same pitch. But your story can stand out. Here are some ways to increase your chances of being one of the thousands of businesses generating publicity through HARO.

1. Be prepared.

Read your Publicity Alerts as soon as they arrive to get a head-start on the other business sources you’re competing with. You should also create a clear, well-written “elevator pitch” about your expertise, service or product to have on hand when you need it.

 
2. Keep it simple.

Your pitch needs to sell your business, product or brand in a compelling, concise, and informative way. Keep your entire response to three short paragraphs, with no more than three or four sentences in each.

 
3. Don’t give up.

While follow-up is an essential part of PR, it’s considered rude (and against the rules) to chase reporters found through a Publicity Alert if they don’t respond to your pitch. Instead, keep looking. Thousands of other opportunities pop up each week; sooner or later, you’ll find the perfect opportunity for your business.

The more you hone your message, tailor your response to a story, and pitch your experience or expertise where appropriate, the better chance you’ll have. Happy pitching!

One more Vocus Point: to make publicity alerts part of your everyday marketing routine, take a look at the Vocus Marketing Suite, which integrates HARO into one dashboard along with PRWeb News Releases and our social media.

Need publicity services? http://acclaimpr.com

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Facebook must go mobile to conquer the world, says Coke exec

Facebook must get mobile right in order to help brands reach consumers in the developing world, says Coca-Cola Marketing Senior Vice President Wendy Clark.

Many millions of low-income consumers access the Web through mobile phones, so it’s imperative for Facebook to offer brands ways to reach consumers via mobile applications and ads.

“Facebook is the Internet for them,” said Clark, who is also a Facebook adviser.

“If you start to cut into emerging and developing markets, the mobile phone is the easiest and most direct medium that we can reach consumers with,” added Clark.

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

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What’s The Difference Between A Peddler & A Sales Person?

A peddler is someone who comes to your home or office. He informs you that you need what he has to sell. The full intent of this person is to insist that you buy.

A salesperson is someone who comes to your home or office. (However, this is where the similarity ends.) The salesperson asks, “What do you need?” Or, “What do you want?” Then, the salesperson fills that need or want.

With this in mind, isn’t it easier to understand why most of us are sales-resistant? If you had a choice, which of these two sales professionals would you prefer approach you? The peddler or the sales person?

Which of the two would your prospects judge you to be?

Have a great sales day!
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Charge PR Advice To Your PayPal Account – “PR & Publicity” Consultation for New Business Service!

Want to run a slick, sophisticated publicity campaign just like the big guys, but without the big budget? Well, now you can, according to top online public relations and content creation expert Delroy A. Whyte-Hall of Whyte-Hall Communications, LLC.

“Regardless of the size of your business or your pocketbook, now you can launch the kind of multimedia publicity campaign that will get your name, company, or website the high visibility it needs to succeed,” says Whyte-Hall.

Whyte-Hall notes that “many business and professional people, particularly entrepreneurs, neither need nor want to retain a full-time public relations agency or practitioner. What they need is good, workable nuts-and-bolts advice to preparing and executing well-rounded publicity programs.”

That’s why Delroy, who’s head of the leading online PR consultancy Whyte-Hall Communications, LLC, has created the PR & Publicitya Consultancy Zoomline. Conducted via ZOOM, the consultancy allows anyone with a PR (publicity, press release creation, crisis management, media relations, community relations, social media, etc.) question or problem to tap into. You can charge the service to their PAYPAL account.

At $90 for the first 30-minutes, $150.00 for up to an hour, Delroy says, “a lot of concrete analysis, information, and advice can be provided.”

While the focus is on print, online, radio, and TV publicity, the public relations consultant promises to steer clients to the nearly limitless publicity opportunities available in familiar places, as well as many other places in which they never thought to look.

“The emphasis will be on getting clients the publicity they need at little or no cost.” Notes Delroy. He been dispensing advice and service to individuals, small entrepreneurs, and business operations for more than ten years. As a former multi-award-winning journalist, he’s today a very well-respected and admired practicing public relations practitioner, publicist, content strategist, and PR writer.

CONTACT: Delroy A. Whyte-Hall, Public Relations Strategists/Writer | Phone: 240-979-2011 | WHYTE-HALL COMMUNICATIONS, LLC.

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