Stay In Front of Potential Customers With Interviews

Published by Lorne S. Wellington on

No Matter How Big or Small Get The Interview

Getting in front of potential customers is a constant effort. Whenever you get a chance to be interviewed or to promote yourself TAKE IT, no matter how big or small the publication.  By doing the interview you are getting more exposure. You never know, someone in their readership could be your next customer or client. When interviewing make sure to focus on your brand and keep highlighting the benefits of your service or product.  Be enthusiastic and always send some kind of thank you to the interviewer. This week Sculpted Silhouette, my retail business, was spotlighted in The Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine. Please check out our interview with Michelle Marts-Shanon and tell me what you think.

The Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine, founded by Michelle Marts-Shannon, is a magazine created to bridge the communication gap in the community. It takes a village to raise a child as well as build a great community. Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine spotlights Los Angeles area business owners, authors, artists and events. Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine provides information for parents to stay informed of programs to benefit, educate and uplift our children for a very successful future.

Wishing you much success and Merry Christmas.


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10 Days… | Lorne S. Wellington | 323-778-2109 · April 24, 2014 at 8:46 PM

[…] groups. I could easily do that 3 to 5 times a week and that was a goal in 2010. See the blog post Stay In Front of Potential Customers With Interviews. That’s a new goal. In order to present that often I need to ask people and organizations if […]

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