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business tip: love is all you need... to expand your audience

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“Local Love” - a fabulous tip from Kelli France on growing your audience: “My plan is to contact upscale boutiques and salons within my community. I'll ask one vendor each month if I can photograph their store and feature them on my blog with a giveaway. The giveaway will include a prize from both of us and will require peeps to like both of our Facebook pages and join our newsletters. I will encourage them to send their fans to check out the blog feature & giveaway via email and with a framed image to put by their cash register. Bam! My audience has just gotten bigger!”

Read more about how Kelli creates success in The Essential PR & Marketing Guide & Calendar 2013! This robust guide and comprehensive set of companion worksheets will help you jumpstart the new year with a new and improved PR and Marketing plan for the highest level of studio success.

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