How I Got Quoted on Entrepreneur.com

By , Small Business Consultant and Marketing Strategist

Solo-E Certified Solo Entrepreneur Expert

Michele A Scism - Small Business Consultant and Marketing Strategist

What are the big news sites and magazine sites for your industry? Where do your prospects get their news online? I work with entrepreneurs, so for me, it is sites like Entrepreneur.com and Forbes.com.

Recently, I was quoted in an article on Entrepreneur.com about millionaire entrepreneurs who sleep in. If you know me, then that will not surprise you because I am a night person not a morning person. As a matter of fact, it is actually 1:30 AM right now and I am writing this blog.

Anyway, I decided to make this week’s podcast about what we did to get me in that article.

You know what my secret is to getting on Entrepreneur.com? I don’t wait for them to find me. My team is constantly searching the web looking for opportunities to promote Decisive Minds online and on radio shows. We use a site called HelpAReporter.com to find freelance writers who are looking for quotes and research for articles they are writing.

Once you find a post that you could respond to, be sure to do it quickly. The deadlines for these submissions are always a short window. That’s how the Entrepreneur.com article came about. The writer put in a request at HelpAReporter.com.

Are you putting yourself out there or are you waiting for them to find you? I never wait! 🙂 Go to HelpAReporter.com now and see what you qualify for.

 

Michele Scism is a decisive, driven and committed entrepreneur who helps successful business owners create passive income streams so they can stop working so hard and start enjoying the benefits of entrepreneurship.

Michele’s business expertise has been highlighted recently on NBC, CBS, Fox, Entrepreneur.com and Forbes.com. She is an international speaker, best-selling author and the Founder of Decisive Minds.

She is a serial entrepreneur who knows how it feels to fail miserably at business, at one time the bank actually called demanding their $1.5 million back, and also knows how it feels to sign the contract to sell your company for $9 million dollars. For business building tips visit http://DecisiveMinds.com

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