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NewsJacking & SearchJacking – Normalcy  --Talk Radio News
NewsJacking is "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"
SeachJacking   " to encompass many kinds of snarkey SEO much of it unethical and some illegal SEO"
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Contact:  Mitchell P. Davis,  (202 333-5000 or ExpertClick@Gmail.com
A Vote for Normalcy in the United States
A major concern was (and is) a significant concern that Sanders at the top of the ticket would mean that the down-ticket races of senate and house seats would in jeopardy. Many current office holders up for re-election have expressed this fear. Poll after poll in the US has shown that that the number one issue for choosing a candidate for the Democratic electorate has been the ability to prevent President Trump from having an even more disastrous second term.
Joyce L. Gioia, CMC, CSP -- The Herman Group
Cell:  336-210-3548    joyce@hermangroup.com
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Bottom or Top Shelf?  Keith P. Felty -- Author, Happiness Expert & Trial Attorney
Are you living a top or bottom shelf life?  The best wine or booze is usually on the top shelf and so are the best carnival prizes, unless they are so huge they stand alone.  You probably have some pretty good childhood memories at the carnival or fair.  Most of us have those memories so a genius created grown-up carnivals called "Dave & Busters" where adults (or at least they look like adults) go to let the kids run wild while they drink beer and play carnival games.  The smells may not be quite as good without the elephant ears and candy apples, but you know the drill.
The carnival brings a special gleam to the eyes.  The sights, sounds and general atmosphere emit high level energy and create joyous, lasting memories.  A life well lived should replicate the carnival.  Recall the endless rows of games, collecting tickets and the unbridled determination to accumulate the longest strand possible to get that coveted top-shelf prize.  The actual worth of the item could not have mattered less.  The value of the conquest was the only reason for the pursuit.  The day at the carnival was a metaphor for life.  Enjoy the sights, the sounds, the energy of the moment and the people with whom you share the experiences.  Give your best each day and persevere through each small task until your ticket strip measures up.
734-891-6795    americathehappy@gmail.com
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Talk Radio News from Talkers Magazine:
Sean Hannity to Head All-Star Lineup of Speakers at 23rd Annual TALKERS Convention Set for NYC on Friday, June 5.  In what has become an annual tradition, Premiere Networks and FOX News Channel superstar Sean Hannity will reprise his role as one of the key speakers at the forthcoming TALKERS Convention.
Michael Harrison  413-565-5413    Michael@talkers.com
&  Holland Cooke will be there.  Get his January NewsLetter download here:
Holland Cooke  401-330-6868    survivalspeech@hollandcooke.com
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- *A Holistic View of Phobias  By Marilyn L. Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT

- According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, a phobia is an exaggerated usually inexplicable and illogical fear of a particular object, class of objects, or situation. There are three main categories of phobias, Specific phobias, Social phobia, and Agoraphobia

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- The Institute for Public Relations and Peppercomm are conducting a survey of communication leaders and executives to determine how companies are responding to potential issues with the coronavirus (COVID-19). We hope the results released next week will help you and other communication functions in their response.

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- I'm not a doctor. And I don't even watch them on TV. But as a small business owner I take the idea of a global pandemic very seriously – whether it involves zombies or coronavirus.
- My business is primarily focused on helping speakers, trainers and consultants connect with, and convert, clients. For most of these folks live, in-person events are the bread and butter that pays for the bread and butter. 
- So they are obviously very nervous as the fear factor escalates and the prospect of cancelled events not only seems more likely by the day – it's actually becoming a reality.
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- The Real Virus
- I don't think there's a great deal of value in trying to help scared clients "get through" the coronavirus scare, which is causing more economic havoc than it is health problems. I think the value is in helping bold clients continue to move forward, rationally and intelligently, and helping their own clients and customers make productive decisions unaffected by fear and the media.

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Mitchell P. Davis
Broadcast Interview Source, Inc.
Washington, DC
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