Joanne McCall featured
in the media
Joanne talks with Zonie Living podcast host Bonnie Stevens about her recently released book Media Darling: Shine Through Every Interview and how authors can gain more visibility in the media by being great interview guests.
Jan Carroza of the Center for Direct Marketing talks with Joanne about her new book Media Darling: Shine Through Every Interview and how she coaches her clients to deliver compelling interviews along with much more.
Joanne talks with Louis B. Free on iHeart Media’s Brainfood from the Heartland. They cover a variety of insider topics and share lively stories about the art of interviews. A conversation filled with tips and advice for anyone who wants to be a successful interview guest.
Joanne shares insights with Carla King of the Nonfiction Authors Association about what producers are looking for and how to increase your chances of getting interviewed on podcasts.
In an exclusive interview with New York Weekly, Amanda Greyfield talks with Joanne about her new book, advice for aspiring media people, and maybe some life lessons along the way.
Joanne talks with Mark Garrett Hayes, host of Training Business, on how she trains business owners to become, what she calls, ‘Media Darlings’, and the steps you can take to become more media savvy and get your name to reach a wider audience.
In today’s world, brand loyalty is created through sharing aligned values, McCall said. “The more the leader can say about their own values, how they’re handling things, there’s a comfort in that.”
While there’s a lot to learn about publicity for your business or book, the place to start is developing an understanding three basic types of media you can develop.
If you have a book, before you reach out to a publicist to help you with publicity, it is critical that you have these three essential items handled, or that your publicist can help you with them.