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What skills do I need to be your publicist?

Requirements:

  • Must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills.

  • Demonstrates ability to think creatively and analytically.

  • Exhibits professional but outgoing demeanor.

  • Is capable of conducting independent research.

  • Manages time effectively.

  • Demonstrates excellent organizational skills.

  • Works well with a variety of individuals.

  • Possesses knowledge of best marketing and promotional practices.

  • Demonstrates awareness of industry trends and consumer desires.

  • Is able to navigate social media and other websites easily.

  • Exhibits proficiency in word processing programs.

  • Demonstrates familiarity with creative publishing software.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, or related field is recommended.

  • Previous experience in PR or marketing is required.


  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.

  • The ability to think creatively and analytically.

  • Professional but outgoing demeanor.

  • Conduct independent research.

  • Effectively manages time.

  • Exceptional organization skills.

  • Detailed oriented

  • Active listener

  • Thinks outside the box

  • Ability to see correlations between subjects and events

  • Works well with a variety of individuals.

  • Knowledge of best marketing and promotional practices.

  • Awareness of industry trends and consumer desires.

  • Navigates social media and other websites easily.

  • Proficient with word processing software.

  • Proven ability to use creative publishing software: Photoshop, InDesign, Motion, FinalCut Pro X and more.

Education:

Bachelor and Master green in business, management

Over 30 years in entertainment (music, music publishing and book publishing)

Previous PR, branding, and marketing experience

Based on the above, you decide if I have what it takes to be your publicist. When you are ready, contact me. I am looking forward to working with you.




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