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The PR Maven® Podcast is the combination of traditional networking techniques combined with the power of social media to build your personal and professional brand. The podcast features interviews with industry leaders, top executives, media personalities and online influencers about public relations and their personal brand. Each week, Nancy Marshall, The PR Maven®, connects with a special guest to talk about their career, and business or organization, as well as the latest news and events that will give listeners a unique perspective on the world of public relations, marketing and personal branding, including actionable takeaways.

The PR Maven® Podcast is the combination of traditional networking techniques combined with the power of social media to build your personal and professional brand. The podcast features interviews with industry leaders, top executives, media personalities and online influencers about public relations and their personal brand. Each week, Nancy Marshall, The PR Maven®, connects with a special guest to talk about their career, and business or organization, as well as the latest news and events that will give listeners a unique perspective on the world of public relations, marketing and personal branding, including actionable takeaways.

Location:

United States

Description:

The PR Maven® Podcast is the combination of traditional networking techniques combined with the power of social media to build your personal and professional brand. The podcast features interviews with industry leaders, top executives, media personalities and online influencers about public relations and their personal brand. Each week, Nancy Marshall, The PR Maven®, connects with a special guest to talk about their career, and business or organization, as well as the latest news and events that will give listeners a unique perspective on the world of public relations, marketing and personal branding, including actionable takeaways.

Language:

English

Contact:

207-623-4177


Episodes

Episode 77: How to tell stories that build authenticity and relationships

2/11/2020
About the episode: Kim Jackson has a passion for storytelling and brand development with more than two decades of experience in marketing and communications in the public and private sectors. She has worked in various industries, including health and fitness, skiing, snowsports, travel and tourism, and most recently, the nonprofit sector. She has expertise in brand building, storytelling and messaging. Her work spans from writing hard and feature news stories as a reporter for The Boston...

Duration:00:47:01

Episode 76: How focusing on the experience can build your brand

2/4/2020
About the episode: Ben Fowlie is the executive director of Points North Institute, and the founder of the Camden International Film Festival. He is a co-founder and co-programmer of The DocYard, an award-winning screening series in Cambridge, Massachusetts and has served on juries at the Silverdocs Film Festival, Hot Docs Festival, Dokufest Kosovo, IFFBoston and IFP’s Gotham Awards. Ben is currently the nominee’s chair for the Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking, and a member of...

Duration:00:42:51

Episode 75: How listening and networking can improve economic development

1/28/2020
About the episode: Jim Dinkle became president of the KRDA/FirstPark on November 6, 2017. He moved to Maine from Arizona where he had led a regional economic development organization along the Interstate 10 corridor between Phoenix and Tucson. He was deputy chief of staff to former Kentucky Governor Wallace Wilkinson and he went on to serve as Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley’s special projects manager leading the first-in-the-nation brownfields initiative to remediate and market 345 acres of...

Duration:00:46:48

Episode 74: Why a PR and Marketing Strategy Matters

1/21/2020
About the episode: In this episode, Nancy describes the power of a plan. With public relations and marketing being so expensive, it is important to start with a plan that ensures you are using your money wisely—after all you wouldn’t build a house without blueprints! Nancy goes through the process of creating a marketing and PR plan, as well as why she created The Marshall Plan®. Nancy also provides examples of how clients have benefited, and continue to shine, after creating a marketing...

Duration:00:28:08

Episode 73: How To Be A Great Podcast Guest

1/14/2020
About the guest: Greg is the perfect guest for today’s episode because in addition to his role as an account supervisor at Marshall Communications, he is also one of the producers for The PR Maven® Podcast. In his role, he helps schedule the guests we have on the podcasts, plus he helps Nancy with media pitching and schedule coordination to appear on other popular podcasts from around the country. If you’re looking to be on more podcasts in 2020 to grow your personal brand, Greg is...

Duration:00:35:35

Episode 72: Top 10 marketing, PR and personal branding tips for 2020

1/7/2020
About the guest: Time and time again, as an account supervisor at Marshall Communications, Greg has stepped up with innovative and quick-thinking solutions to our clients’ problems. From social media to broadcast media to press releases, he does it all and does it calmly, thoroughly and efficiently. Greg’s sports background and competitive nature fuel his passion for strategic marketing and powerful branding ideas, and he loves sharing his knowledge. His enthusiasm is contagious, and...

Duration:00:39:52

Episode 71: Top 10 PR Maven® Podcasts of 2019

12/31/2019
About the episode: Closing out 2019, this episode includes the top ten podcast episodes of the year. Covering a wide range of topics and featuring guests from around the country, this podcast provides a description and a clip from each top ten episode. Reminisce on the year past and get excited for the year ahead, full of new and exciting PR Maven® Podcast episodes! In the episode: 10. Episode 62 with Kurt Kleidon: In this episode, Kurt talked about overcoming the obstacle of...

Duration:00:23:32

Episode 70: How to Maintain a Customer Service Culture in a Digital World

12/24/2019
About the guest: Andrew Silsby is the president and CEO of Kennebec Savings Bank, a long-standing community bank that supports the Central Maine region’s economic and community development, while providing their customers with a great banking experience. Andrew has worked up through the ranks in banking, starting as a teller in 1986 to his position now as president and CEO. He has performed nearly every job function in banking over the past 33 years, getting to know banking inside and...

Duration:01:03:34

Episode 69: How Public Relations is Shifting Toward Content Marketing

12/17/2019
About the episode: Since its beginning, the public relations industry has depended on the media to share client stories and increase visibility by providing their audience with timely and interesting content. Public relations professionals would pitch a news outlet with a story idea and rely on the news outlet to publish their story. With the increased popularity of the internet, information can be easily accessed at any time, causing more people to seek stories on a wide variety of...

Duration:00:14:46

Episode 68: What It Is Like To Be An Entrepreneur In Maine

12/10/2019
About the guest: Julene Gervais began her career after completing her master’s degree from Emerson College and undergrad at Boston College. Her first job was at WECT-TV, an NBC affiliate in Wilmington, North Carolina. In 1996, Gervais moved to Maine and became an anchor/reporter at WAGM-TV in Presque Isle before moving on to WLBZ-TV NEWSCENTER MAINE in Bangor and WGME-TV Channel 13 in Portland. Gervais owned and operated three restaurants with husband George Gervais until she was...

Duration:00:39:22

Episode 67: How Being a Lifelong Learner and Growing Your Network Can Advance Your Career

12/3/2019
About the guest: Laurie Lachance is Thomas College’s 5th president and the first female and alumna to lead the college in its 125-year history. From 2004 to 2012, Laurie served as president and CEO of the Maine Development Foundation. Prior to MDF, Laurie served three governors as the Maine state economist, and before joining state government, she served as the corporate economist at Central Maine Power Company. A frequent author and speaker on leadership, education and the economy...

Duration:00:52:31

Episode 66: How Millennials Can Make Connections

11/26/2019
About the guest: From outspoken CEOs to U.S. Senate candidates, Luka Ladan has advised some of America's most recognizable thought leaders. Ladan is an expert on strategic messaging and media relations, with a deep background in brand and issue management. Prior to founding Zenica, Ladan served as communications director at a leading public affairs firm in Washington, D.C. Ladan graduated from Vassar College with a B.A. in Political Science and Correlate Sequence in International...

Duration:00:36:52

Episode 65: How to Inspire Creativity

11/19/2019
About the guest: Angela Ferrari is an artist and children’s book author/ illustrator based in Portland, Maine. She is the creator and host of the Story Spectacular podcast. Angela grew up in the mountains of western Maine. Living in a rural setting, she developed a talent for finding creative ways to play and captivate her imagination. After graduating with a BA in studio art from the University of Maine, Angela moved to Portland. She was accepted into the Assets for Artists program,...

Duration:00:37:54

Episode 64: How Lobsters Are Helping People Heal with Patrick Breeding

11/12/2019
About the guest: Patrick is a biotechnology entrepreneur currently serving as project manager at Lobster Unlimited, where he works to identify, validate and commercialize biomedical and cosmetic applications of lobster-processing waste byproducts. He is also a co-founder of KinoTek, an innovative sports performance startup using motion capture and virtual reality to visualize, analyze and communicate biomechanical information to decrease risk of musculoskeletal injury. He earned his...

Duration:00:55:56

Episode 63: How to Find the Right Career Path and Excel with Jim Peacock

11/5/2019
About the guest: Jim is the principal of Peak-Careers Consulting offering professional development for career practitioners/coaches through workshops and online discussion-based seminars. He is a LinkedIn strategist, career coach and blogger. He is the author of A Field Guide for Career Practitioners: Helping Your Clients Create Their Next Move. For more than 11 years he was director of the Advising & Career Center at a community college, spent more than a decade as a high school...

Duration:00:46:03

Episode 62: Kurt Kleidon, President of Kleidon & Associates

10/29/2019
About the guest: Kurt Kleidon is the president of Kleidon & Associates, a marketing communications agency in Akron, Ohio. Kurt has more than 15 years of experience in marketing and media relations, with previous experience as a magazine editor and college professor. In his professional capacity, Kurt focuses on marketing strategy and helping his clients find the right balance between digital opportunities and traditional marketing efforts. With a background in storytelling, he truly...

Duration:00:40:11

Episode 61: Sean Riley, President and CEO of Maine Course Hospitality Group

10/22/2019
About the guest: Sean began running a 19-room motel & cottage business in Wells, Maine, in 1982 with his wife Dayna while teaching high school special ed., moving to a larger condotel three years later and then to a 130-room hotel, restaurant and marina. He switched full time into the hotel business, giving up his career as a teacher. The owner ran into financial trouble in the late 80s and put the hotel on the market. Although tough, Sean moved to Freeport to work as a front desk...

Duration:00:46:23

Episode 60: One-year Anniversary Party with Tim Cotton

10/15/2019
About the episode: Lieutenant Tim Cotton from the Bangor Police Department is a 22-year veteran officer with a fondness for upholding the law and having a sense of humor. His father was a police officer and he came off the beat in 1963. Tim didn’t follow in his father’s footsteps at first. Instead, he worked in radio, hosting local morning shows and writing newspaper articles. He sought out police work later in life compared to most officers. He had the inclination to go into law...

Duration:00:29:53

Episode 59: John Iannarelli, FBI Agent

10/8/2019
About the guest: John Iannarelli retired from the FBI after more than 20 years of service, during which time he was a member of the FBI SWAT team and participated in the investigations of the Oklahoma City bombing, the 9/11 attack, and Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ shooting. Among his many FBI assignments, John previously served in Washington, D.C. as the FBI national spokesperson and later on the executive staff of the FBI’s Cyber Division. He was a squad supervisor before becoming the...

Duration:00:42:44

Episode 58: Emma Dimock, Account Assistant at Marshall Communications

10/1/2019
About the guest: Emma is a recent Thomas College graduate with a degree in marketing management. She graduated in three years with a 4.0 GPA. In her final semester, Emma started working as an intern at Marshall Communications before starting her full-time position. In her role at Marshall Communications, Emma assists others in the office with research, analysis, communications, meeting facilitation and copywriting. Taking on projects from many of our clients, Emma uses her...

Duration:00:36:49