Download the Book

how-i-turned-journalism-into-inbound-marketingYou can download the book “How I Turned Journalism into an Inbound Marketing Career” here. Please feel free to share, too. At 30 pages, it’s a quick read. Maybe you know a reporter, producer or photojournalist who wants to leave the newsroom. Or maybe you own (or know someone who owns a business and traditional advertising isn’t working anymore. Check out my story and see if inbound marketing is for you. Here’s a hint: it is.

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