Free Publicity – Get Buzz And Attention In The Media

Free Publicity - Get Buzz And Attention In The MediaHow can your business can get the attention of local and national media? It’s not hard! It just takes strategy and creativity.

Businesses who get media attention build credibility and quickly extend their brand reach faster than simple word of mouth marketing or other marketing. Attendees will leave this insightful, energized and practical presentation with specific tools and best practices to get the attention of local and national media.

Presenter Ramon Ray has been featured in the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Inc Magazine and beyond. In this online webinar replay, he’ll share his secret sauce for getting the media talking about YOU and your product or service.

CLICK HERE to take the “Free Publicity – Get Buzz And Attention In The Media” Online Workshop, right now!

About the Presenter:
Ramon is a serial entrepreneur, best selling author (Facebook Guide to Small Business Marketing), international speaker and more. Ramon is publisher of Smart Hustle Magazine and Small Business Success Evangelist at Infusionsoft. He’s a piano player, graduate of the FBI Citizens academy, former United Nations staff member and interviewed President Obama in the President’s first Google Hangout. See Ramon’s full bio at

Sponsored by:
The National Urban League is a historic civil rights organization focused on economic empowerment for communities of color. Our mission is to enable communities of color to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights. We have 94 affiliates in 35 states and the District of Columbia who provide direct services to over 2 million people annually, including: workforce development, health services, education training, and housing counseling. We also have 12 Entrepreneurship Centers located in our affiliates that focus on the 3 C’s of entrepreneurism: capital, contracting and counseling. In addition, the National Urban League is actively involved in drafting and advocating for progressive policies through its Washington Bureau office to ensure local, State and federal policies consider the impact on communities of color.