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Maggie Jessup, Co-founder Platform Strategy, PR & Brand Strategy Firm spoke about FAME 101…the ultimate guide to personal branding, publicity, professional celebrity, and the other components of Fame for anyone wanting to increase their visibility, capture the power of a compelling personal brand, and monetize the results. www.fame101book.com
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Fame 101 - Powerful Personal Branding & Publicity for Amazing Success
By Jay Jessup & Maggie Jessup
Sutton Hart Press
Mother Theresa is an unlikely place to start when talking about fame and celebrity. Lady Gaga, Bill Clinton and Angelina Jolie — all seemingly better choices when trying to deconstruct that upper echelon (top 1%) that live in the spotlight. And more importantly: why them, and not you?
In Fame 101 – Powerful Personal...
Authors of 'Fame 101' claim their book can teach you how to become famous in less than a year.
Fame is the secret to wealth, security, and success, according to a new book, Fame 101, by Maggie and Jay Jessup. The authors argue that becoming a well-known entity, whether you’re a librarian, florist, or politician, is the path to more money and satisfaction. And they believe they can teach anyone to become famous.
“Fame is America’s most powerful force and anyone can harness it with compelling personal branding,” the authors, who are publicists,...
Did you give up on the idea of fame when you realized you couldn't cut it as a rock star or Major League ballplayer? Must you earn your living in obscurity because you became a teacher or an optician or an accountant?
The fact is, anybody can achieve career-related fame, says Jay Jessup, a principal at Platform Strategy, a branding and publicity firm in Vancouver, Wash. Social media, reality TV and other avenues have brought us celebrity mechanics, tattoo artists and cake...
The "two kinds" of fame, and why networking doesn't work
Lady Gaga. Rachael Ray. Barack Obama. They've all mastered the fame formula, so called by authors Maggie and Jay Jessup. The publicists and founders of Platform Strategy have written a book called Fame 101 about what it takes to get famous fast -- and no, going viral on YouTube isn't really part of the plan. Here, Ms. Jessup shares some of her thoughts on brand building, the "two kinds" of fame, and why simply networking doesn't work.
In a nutshell, what's the "fame formula" as...
Jay and Maggie Jessup, founders of the branding & publicity boutique Platform Strategy and authors of Fame 101 (Sutton Hart Press) are slated to address America's brightest at Mensa's 2011 Annual Gathering at the Portland Hilton Conference Center on February 1, 2011.
Mensa conference attendees, with membership requiring a top 2% IQ, will learn how to package, brand, and publicize their professional expertise to become the nationally recognized leading voice of any field using ...
Although there is no shortcut to success, there is a magic ingredient. Maggie Jessup, director of Platform Strategy has that secret formula which catapults her clients into the top one percent of their professions. A former journalist turned publicity maven, Maggie in her new book, Fame 101, shares behind-the-scenes strategies of entertainment industry notables, evangelists, celebrity lawyers, winning politicians and others.
In an interview in Can-India News, Maggie lifts the veil into...
Platform Strategy publicist Maggie Jessup addresses SPAWN, the Small Publishers and Writers Network, on the subjects of branding, publicity, and promotion for greater professional success.
"St. Louis listeners learn lessons in branding and publicity from fame maven Maggie Jessup, author of Fame 101" (Sutton Hart Press).