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Are you an influencer?
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Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com
Washington , DC
Tuesday, October 08, 2019

 
 
Are you an influencer?   
   

Merriam-Webster defines influencer as: "one who exerts influence: a person who inspires or guides the actions of others"
 
If there was a test – would you qualify?
 
Well, now there is a test
– and if you qualify you may be able to earn 
– free of charge:
 
1) A "Verified Influencer" Badge you can share on your website. A verified Influencer badge helps visitors know you are you say you are and by color know your status.
2) Press room at ExpertClick.com – or upgrade if you already have one. Your press room is a standard presentation ensuring visitors see all your relevant info in a standard format.
3) Curator status at ExpertClick – you'll be able to offer free invitations in the expertise section you moderate (and as moderator earn commission on those who upgrade), subject to availability – See how Peggy Sands is the Curator on "Immigration" here:  https://www.expertclick.com/experts/Immigration.aspx


Whoa, slow down – what is all of this? 
 
 How did this all get started 
 
– and why is this free?  
 
 Ok, let's to the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How.
 
Who?  Mitchell P. Davis is the "Who" Graduate of the Georgetown University B-School, and winner of the universities Bunn Award for Journalistic Excellence…
 
What?  The expert referral database is the ExpertClick.com website.  Based on the printed Yearbook of Experts, Authorities & Spokespersons, accepts bona-fide experts for news media access.  The New York Times called it: "Dial-an-Expert"
 
When?  Published annually in January the Yearbook of Experts has been requested by tens of thousands of journalists. 
 
Where?  Access to the experts is now primarily via the ExpertClick website and downloadable PDF, but the printed Yearbook continues to be available free of charge to bona-fide journalists.
 
Why?  Journalists rely on ExpertClick.com and The Yearbook of Experts, for they know we've: 1) Screened the listed experts for validity on their expertise , 2) The experts welcome media interview & 3) Contact info is up to date.
 
How?  The resource is provided free of charge to the news media, and includes editorial – free – review of many experts, supported three ways:  1)  Some members buy advertising and ranking. 2)  We run Google ads on the site for revenue, and 3) we are paid royalty fees by Lexis for member biographies and news releases. 
 
So let's get to it – Do you Qualify?  
 
Please answer these 20 questions and you'll instantly know your score and be able to share it!  
 

 
Mitchell P. Davis
Editor
Broadcast Interview Source, Inc.
Washington, DC
202-333-4904
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