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Talkers – June 15, 2020

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1) Proven System for Creating Winning Book Title with Book Title Generator by Scott Lorenz, Book Publicist & Pres. Westwind Comm.



Plymouth, MI—There's an old saying that fisherman use—"You have to hook 'em before you can cook 'em." The same holds true for book titles! Picture yourself walking through a bookstore where book spines resemble wallpaper or scrolling through endless titles on Amazon or other book selling websites. All too often those few words in a book title are the difference between further interest, and a sale, or getting left out in the cold.

That's why Book Publicist Scott Lorenz, of Westwind Book Marketing, created a strategy for crafting a buyer grabbing title for your book. Years of painstaking work writing a book requires that all-important final touch, which is where Book Title Generator comes into play.

Name: Scott Lorenz

Group: Westwind Communications

Dateline: Plymouth, MI United States

Direct Phone: 734-667-2090

scottlorenz@westwindcos.com

http://www.newsreleasewire.com/231979

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2) Trump Accuses Protester of Violating Law of Gravity, "Fell Harder than Was Pushed"

 



President Donald Trump accused a protester injured by police officers in Buffalo, New York, of violating the law of gravity today, tweeting, "I watched, he fell harder than was pushed."

The protester, 75-year-old Martin Gugino, remains hospitalized but is out of intensive care after suffering a head injury when he fell backwards and hit his head on a concrete sidewalk.

Trump's tweet was apparently prompted by a conspiracy theory he saw on right-wing One America News. The tweet read, "Buffalo protester shoved by Police could be an ANTIFA provocateur. 75 year old Martin Gugino was pushed away after appearing to scan police communications in order to black out the equipment. @OANN I watched, he fell harder than was pushed. Was aiming scanner. Could be a set up?"

Name: Preston Coleman, Satirist

Dateline: Oxford, MD United States

author@prestoncoleman.com

http://www.newsreleasewire.com/231997

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3) New Book Showcases What Became of Michael Vick's Dogfighting Compound



When chained-dog activist Tamira Thayne and her nonprofit Dogs Deserve Better purchased Michael Vick's dogfighting compound and set about transforming it to a rescue facility, she had no idea what she was walking into.

The decision would lead not only to a home for her nonprofit's rescue dogs, but also to the most turbulent four years of her life: she faced down allegations of racism, community harassment, poisoning, and, ultimately, false charges aimed at driving her and Dogs Deserve Better from the county.

The four black sheds where Michael Vick's dogs trained and ultimately lost their lives still stand today, serving as a stark and brutal reminder of the world of dogfighting.

What Thayne remembers about her first experience with the house and grounds of 1915 Moonlight Road was "a stillness, a loneliness, an oppressive feel; yet underneath there was a yearning for more—a wish to be seen, to be heard. Did the land, the souls who remained on the property seek redemption for the blood spilled in their name? Perhaps."

Name: Tamira Ci Thayne

Title: Publisher

Group: Who Chains You Publishing

Dateline: Amissville, VA United States

Direct Phone: 757-474-5474

tami@tamiracithayne.com

http://www.newsreleasewire.com/196555

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4) NewsJacking vs. SearchJacking.



NewsJacking:

The word was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2017 ("the practice of taking advantage of current events or news stories in such a way as to promote or advertise one's product or brand") and appeared as one of the eight neologisms on their Word of the Year shortlist. They credit David Meerman Scott, marketing expert, for this contemporary usage.

SeachJacking

SearchJacking is best described by Mark Scheafer at BusinessGrow.com; He defines it as: "When a topic gets hot, the Internet Bad People quickly catch on and capitalize by finding ways to catch the wave with their own spammy offerings. It could have been worse — there were so many posts about the subject that it is pretty saturated with legitimate content but you can see how not protecting yourself as your business grows can provide vulnerabilities to your brand." See his blog post at: https://tinyurl.com/SearchJacking

Name: Mitchell P. Davis

Dateline: Washington, DC United States

Direct Phone: (202) 333-5000

ExpertClick@Gmail.com

http://www.newsreleasewire.com/231888

 

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Dateline: Washington, DC United States
Direct Phone: 202-333-5000
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