How to Become a Freelance Media Spokesperson


Get Paid to Promote Your Book or Blog: How to Become a Freelance Media Spokesperson” Audio Program

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How to Become a Freelance Media SpokespersonThese “outside” expert spokespeople are hired on a project basis to represent consumer brands with the press and in presentations to key audiences. In addition to being well-paid for their time, authors and bloggers get an added bonus – their book or blog title is always mentioned when they’re introduced or quoted. They’re getting paid to get priceless exposure across the country!

Consumer brands use outside experts like you because your knowledge lends credibility to a communications campaign. Authors and bloggers who boost their income as media spokespeople are experts on topics that can be linked to consumer products or services (for example, a parenting expert can work with a baby products or toy brand, while fitness or weight loss gurus can team up with supplement or exercise equipment companies). In addition, they often have media interview experience – an attractive quality for marketers and their public relations agencies.

If you think you have what it takes to be a well-paid product spokesperson, you will love this information-packed audio program on how to make it happen. Sandra Beckwith of Build Book Buzz interviewed the premier expert on the subject, Deb Durham, owner of SPOKESPERSONS PLUS NETWORK® and So You Want to Become a Spokesperson. In addition to helping consumer brands find just the right expert for their publicity campaigns, Deb helps authors, bloggers, and others learn how to attract, find, and secure these plum projects.

“Superb session! She knows her stuff and is smart and savvy. I loved it.”
Monica Bhide

“This was an excellent teleseminar full of useful information.”
Rosemary O’Brien

In this 75-minute long information-packed presentation, you will discover:

  • How your expertise translates to paid spokesperson assignments
  • Why you’re more attractive to a consumer brand than Jennifer Anniston or the company’s head of R&D
  • Typical spokesperson tasks and responsibilities
  • How much you can expect to earn
  • The 3 things you must do to find and attract spokesperson work
  • Tips for creating a showcase video that will seal the deal
  • The single most important element needed to get you spokesperson assignments (hint: it’s one that most people overlook)
  • Much, much more!

If want to learn how you can boost your income by becoming a freelance spokesperson, don’t miss this valuable program!

The price is just $29. It includes the downloadable audio recording and the bonus handout,  “7 Things You Can Do Right Now to Generate Paid Spokesperson Assignments.” Download both and begin learning immediately!

About our guest expert, Deb Durham:

Nobody knows more about how to become a paid media spokesperson than Deb Durham, owner of SPOKESPERSONS PLUS NETWORK® and So You Want to Become a Spokesperson. Deb has more than 30 years of experience on both sides of the camera – as a link between companies and experts, and as a spokesperson herself. During the past two decades, she has brokered deals between major consumer brands and hundreds of expert and celebrity spokespeople. She has landed well-paid assignments for expert spokespeople with companies ranging from InSinkErator to Intel, Microsoft to Nestle, S. C. Johnson’s Scrubbing Bubbles to Shell Oil and American Express. As a spokesperson herself, Deb has represented such household names as Chex Party Mix, OFF! insect repellent, HandiWipes and Procter & Gamble, appearing on shows ranging from those in local markets to “The Today Show,” “Good Morning America,” and HGTV.