Public Relations

Fresh Impact PR Group's mainstay, we've been helping clients make the news for over a decade. Now, we're helping them make the news and create the news.

Amazon Bestseller Strategy

Placing on an Amazon or New York Times bestsellers' list will offer a significant opportunity for any author.

Micro sites

Our goal in utilizing micro sites is simple: engage activity around the launch of a new project to build online community and presence.

Brand Development

Branding is a critical component to a customer's purchasing decision; customer complaints and opinions are available online and viewable through a simple search.

Media Coaching

Can you communicate your message in 30 seconds or less? Are people responding to your message?

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Article Archive for May 2013

What Are Other’s Saying about Your Brand?
May 29, 2013 – 3:26 pm | No Comment

As the digital media space continues to explode with new methods it is becoming more and more important with any brand to begin to monitor what others are saying about your brand.  When talking with …

Modern Day Peter Drucker, David Goldsmith Available
May 21, 2013 – 8:42 am | No Comment
Modern Day Peter Drucker, David Goldsmith Available

 
 
 

The Modern Day Peter Drucker of Leadership paidtothink.com author David Goldsmith available for interviews #business #leadership
— Scott Spiewak (@freshimpactpr) May 20, 2013

 

Heaven is for Real for Kids Curriculum sparks CNN story
May 20, 2013 – 7:28 am | No Comment
Heaven is for Real for Kids Curriculum sparks CNN story

Many times reporters look for trends in certain niches.  Within the religion market this has held true for years.  Which is why we presented CNN’s Belief Blog with the trend of Heaven books hitting the …

Book Publicity + Book Marketing = Happy Author!
May 9, 2013 – 8:41 am | No Comment
Book Publicity + Book Marketing = Happy Author!

Many times we funnel questions from authors in various genre’s.  But all too often questions arise about return on investment, especially in this volatile book market.  Some authors like to pencil out what they pay …