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Social Media Strategy Today on the TalkWorthy Radio Show with host Kim Power Stilson! Listen on SiriusXM 143

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Today on the TalkWorthy Radio Show talk with those who know something you may not about . . . Social Media Strategy!

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Kim Power Stilson interview Shahar and Nash Boyayan and Michele Scism for the at the Extreme Income Explosion Summit 2012 with the Buzz Boosters. Listen live on the Talk Worthy Radio show

Join host Kim Power Stilson as she talks with 4 savvy social media strategists — Bob “The Teacher” Jenkins, “The Results Lady” Michele Scism, and a mother daughter Buzz Boosters Team Shahar and Nash Boyayan – about the newest and more productive social media tools and strategies on the TalkWorthy Radio Show this Friday, May 3rd at 2 pm Mountain/ 4 pm EST on SiriusXM 143 BYU Radio!

Catch the TalkWorthy show repeats on Saturdays at 10 am Eastern/8 am Mountain and Mondays at 6 pm Eastern/ 4 pm Mountain on SiriusXM 143 and BYURadio.org. Get your show information on www.talkworthyradio.com.

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Kim Power Stilson on the TalkWorthy Radio Show which airs every Friday 4 pm Easter on SiriusXM 143 BYU Radio

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Hot News on Social Media Strategy Today on TalkWorthy Radio with Kim Power Stilson!

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Today on the TalkWorthy Radio Show talk with those who know something you may not about . . . Social Media Strategy!

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Kim Power Stilson interview Shahar and Nash Boyayan and Michele Scism for the at the Extreme Income Explosion Summit 2012 with the Buzz Boosters. Listen live on the Talk Worthy Radio show

Join host Kim Power Stilson as she talks with 4 savvy social media strategists — Bob “The Teacher” Jenkins, “The Results Lady” Michele Scism, and a mother daughter Buzz Boosters Team Shahar and Nash Boyayan – about the newest and more productive social media tools and strategies on the TalkWorthy Radio Show this Friday, May 3rd at 2 pm Mountain/ 4 pm EST on SiriusXM 143 BYU Radio!

Catch the TalkWorthy show repeats on Saturdays at 10 am Eastern/8 am Mountain and Mondays at 6 pm Eastern/ 4 pm Mountain on SiriusXM 143 and BYURadio.org. Get your show information on www.talkworthyradio.com.

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Kim Power Stilson on the TalkWorthy Radio Show which airs every Friday 4 pm Easter on SiriusXM 143 BYU Radio

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24 Hour Radio Marathon

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Do you have 24 hours to talk?
Do you have 24 hours to promote your business?
Next week Kim Power Stilson has committed to do a 24 Hour Talk Radio Marathon to launch her new Small Business Marketing Survival Series “24 Hours to Zero Down Marketing” from the new Planetary Streams Internet Talk Radio Network studio in the Rocky Mountains of Utah.
February 26th and 27th! Thursday and Friday, from 7 am (mountain) to 7 pm!
She needs someone to talk to and she wants to share YOUR story!
You are invited to be a guest on a 24 Hour LIVE Talk Radio Marathon! Kim will interview business owners who have a product or service to sell and she want to fill up the hours with their success stories!
To sign up for your 20 minute Free talk slot or to refer a friend to get a radio interview about their business, please call 801-373-9469 and ask for Danielle or contact kim@powerstrategies.TV with “24 Radio” in the subject line!
To listen find more details from http://www.powerstrategies.TV, on the Power Radio Tab, or log in and listen at http://www.planetarystreams.com!

If not our friends, who?

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Last night I needed a solution to a tough problem. I thought of a friend I “used to know” someone I hadn’t talked to in a while, someone I knew who might help me find a solution. I looked for her in my phone address book and texted a note to her, “Is this you?” meaning I hoped it was the right friend. She texted, “yep it’s me!” and I shared my problem with her though we hadn’t talked in months. The next morning she texted back the solution to my problem, not just advice, but the entire solution. I was amazed! Grateful! I asked (as our polite moms taught us) what I could do for her and she texted, “Kim that is what friends are for! If we don’t have friends to lean on during these tough times we won’t make it, we won’t survive. I am happy to help!”
She then went on to share how tough things have been for her, her husband laid off and a failed business partnership. I asked what I could do for her and she said, “If I think of anything I will let you know!”
Now here is something important to note the solution she had provided for me was within her line of work, something she could charge for, and she did let me know that if I needed more than that she would charge me but she was happy to do what she did for me, gratis, for a friend this time, for free. “Why would you do that?” I asked. She said, it was simple didn’t take much time and she knew I needed help. If I needed more she would send rates, but again she was happy to help and (get this) glad I called or well texted.
I thought about her this morning, a friend I “used to know” was there for me, when I needed her, to support me without a price. I wondered if I was that kind of friend and I hoped so. I think her text words are so accurate now, perhaps, more than ever before in recent history with all the bad things happening around us. “If we don’t have each other to lean on how do we survive?”
I love her words, she is right. We need each other. Thanks to Social Media and the Internet and Web we can reconnect with old friends. We can talk like we used to when we met in the halls or at the store and say, “how are you?” “How’s work?” “cheer up” “I know someone who could help you with that!” in ways that were constricted by geography only a few years before. Now I can see what my “used to know” best friend from high school is having for lunch just be reading her Facebook wall. Thanks to Social Media we are all in contact again.
So, today, after that great experience with my friend, I want to make sure I am that kind of friend too. Whether you “used to know” me or whether we talk daily, I want you to know I am here if you need a friend to lean on. Whether you need a new recipe, advice on raising giant dogs, or a little marketing and advertising help! Here is what I can do to help, if you ever want or need it. Obviously, I do Social Media and marketing along with a weekly talk radio show about business. I once had a friend interview on the show, no cost to her, and she sold 12 of her quilt making kits. Maybe not a lot of sales, and I surely can’t promise, but it helped her pay that month’s bills. So, if you need a little extra help marketing, I can help in this way . . . I can share advice, I can give you Free advertising or interview you on my talk radio show, I can edit or write if you need a quick hand, you can lean on me, first time free.
Perhaps you don’t need that kind of help? I don’t have many other talents, certainly not singing, but I can put together tasty, inexpensive Crockpot meals or desserts in 2 minutes or less. I am a good listener. I may know someone who needs someone like you to hire. I may not be able to give you a solution but I probably know someone who can. In those ways and any other you may be able to think of, like my “used to know” friend, am happy to help! Now having written that I am going to challenge you, as a good friend would, to share your talents, if you want and if you can! What can you do to ease another’s burden? If we don’t have each other to lean on, how do we survive? It’s just a thought I came up with this morning, and it is up to you!
Either way, I want you to know I care, you can text me anytime and ask “Is this you?” and you can be sure of reaching a friend you “used to know” who loves you still and will help if she can!

Bluebird families Can Help Children’s Confidence in Economic Crisis

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Kim Power Stilson says WAHFs Can Help Children’s Confidence in Economic Crisis Suggests Return to Family Business

 

October 1, 2008 – The Internet & Dunmore East, IR & Woodland Hills, UT– Kim Power Stilson, author, radio host and work at home mom suggests that work at home families (WAHF’s) have the opportunity to help with children’s confidence amid economic crisis.  Inspired by her 14 year old daughter’s clarity amid rampant media coverage which could promote financial fears for children, Stilson says the solution is simple…  Stilson was listening to the news while driving with her daughter, Maddy (who normally has Ipod earphones on and ignores her mother) interrupted to make a comment about the economic crisis being described on the broadcast.  Stilson asked Maddy if she was worried and Maddy answered, “No Mom, people need to keep doing business and they need a plan to succeed – like the one you teach, mom —  everything will be alright!”

 

Stilson, a social marketing strategist and pioneer of Internet talk radio has recently launched a do it yourself marketing strategy guide for entrepreneurs and small business, to learn how to market and sell their products on and off line.  She was stunned by simple summary and pleased her work at home values were rubbing off on her daughter and with the number of family-owned businesses in the world hoped saw a positive side the latest woes.

 

“If we, families, teach our children to work by our examples even through tough times like these, they will be prepared for any economic future,” said Stilson.  “I am so pleased that my daughter who must have listened to my last social media marketing webinar sees how simple it is.  If you have a product and a plan to market and sell and then put the action and effort in you will succeed in any market condition. Families can succeed together.”

 

According to Kim, her strategy guide needed to be written to help entrepreneurs who would ask Kim for suggestions on how to spread the word about their product/services.  Based on a success-proven strategy, Make, Bake, Shake, Rake & Fresh, created with 17 years of marketing success, Kim would suggest first creating a strategy or plan based on goals and then applying regular efforts to achieve name awareness and sales success. 

 

 “No matter what happens in Washington or Wall Street people will need goods and services.  Your business may have a great product but if consumers don’t know about it they can’t buy it,” said Power Stilson. “The best thing we can do now is to focus on marketing and selling our products, cost-effectively, with a plan.  Entrepreneurs and small business sometimes overlook marketing because they don’t have the resources to hire someone and most don’t have the time to do it themselves.  Now they can be doing effective marketing in just 24 Hours for $1 -$10, we can all afford that.”

 

24 Hours to Zero Down Marketing Strategy Guide & Workbook is offered in an online PDF  version, as well as, a robust video, audio, Internet, Web, Social Media & Marketing certified education course.   (Prices range from $1 per tip to $10 per hour of online education.) For Free Media trial contact:  Jack Brian or Anne Roberts Jack@powerstrategies.TV  or anne@powerstrategies.TV or call 801-473-9174. 

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About Kim Power Stilson:  

Kim Power Stilson has helped over 50,000 small and women-owned businesses promote their products and services online.  In January 2008 she decided to give up the executive 80+ hour work week at the office to become a work at home mother or WAHM.  She has had so much fun that her husband has become a WAHF (work at home father) and now they are advocates of WAHF’s or work at home families.   She says that believe it or not, there is a lot of money to be made while having a balanced life. 

 Recognized as a pioneer of Internet Talk Radio and online social communications and marketing for women, Kim Power Stilson speaks as an expert to universities and associations about her award-winning Make, Bake, Shake, Rake & Fresh© a duplicatable marketing  formula that now has delivered 60% savings over costs, with an 140% increase in name awareness and delivering ordered sales of over $150 million to global clients.

Just launched her do it yourself marketing is now available as online training for small businesses and entrepreneurs who want to market and sell their products successfully without paying big bucks.   The step by step marketing training includes:

  1. 24 Hours to Zero Down Marketing” Strategy Guide and Workbook and other online training packages to help business people learn how to use online social communications skills for their businesses.  
  2. Get Online and  . . . Blog, Ping, Pod, Stream, Bookmark, Blast, Release, Wiki, Widget, Web, Link, Avatar, Tag & Twitter! What is it and how do I do it?” An Education Guide to the Internet, the World Wide Web and Online Social Media Communications!
  3. Putting a face and voice on your Website = Dollars! A profitable guide to Internet Radio & TV Advertising” and instigator of
  4. Monthly Marketing Service — The 24 Challenge, a $1 per strategic marketing tip monthly service with 200% success guarantee available at http://www.powerstratgies.TV.

 

The talk radio host for seven years of the Healthy Wealthy Wow (terrestrial and Internet syndicated) on the Grapevine Talk Radio Network, Kim is the new Internet talk radio, host of “Fresh Success radio!” on Planetary Streams (Log on and listen at www.planetarystreams.com) and “Power Strategies . . . Market your business to better bottom line!” talk radio show on the global expert aggregator, MyExpertSolution.com. 

Her new book and personal story, “Women Buy Everything – How the hot pink prom dress shattered the glass ceiling!” is available January 2009. Kim is the founder of the Bluebird Sisterhood and sits on the board of The Foundation House.  Kim loves to watercolor, play tennis, snow ski, scuba, write, and be near the sea. Kim divides her time between Ireland, Utah & California.  She really does have 4 dogs, 3 kids, 2 birds and a cat.  Her husband is a very patient man, a former cop, founder of Planetary Streams, Inc. and a pilot who flys out of the house every chance he gets!  For more information please visit, www.powerstrategies.TV or contact Jack Brian at jack@powerstrategies.TV.

About Power Strategies, Inc:

Power Strategies is a Social Media, PR, Web & Internet Marketing Strategies Company providing Education, Marketing Consultation and Public Relations Services to women and family owned businesses and corporations in the United States and Ireland. Please visit at www.PowerStrategies.TV and feel free to contact Kim Power Stilson at kim@powerstrategies.TV.

Me and Irishwolfhounds in the hammock!

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After last night webinar and all the stress to prepare for it (do me a favor please and watch “You’re invited to the Social Media Party”  http://www.livehuddle.com/event/index.php?event_id=5722caafb4825ef5d8670710fa29087c  and the day after catch up that comes with laser focusing on presentations to masses, which included return sales calls for our “do it yourself marketing to small businesses who need help selling” I finally was ready for a nap.  A nap!  I work at home WAHM that’s me and in the sunroom which looks out over our very pretty (needs to be weeded) garden.  My Irish wolfhounds were outside napping under the cloud covered sky legs and feet in the air, napping as dogs will do without pretense of modesty.  I thought about getting in the hammock behind them but every time I do they try to crawl in with me.  Irish wolfhounds are huge!  and they would not fit comfortably in my hammock perhaps certain concussion for me if they tried to leap in.  Sam and Daisy looked so comfortable and then the rain gently gently started falling  . . . stil the slept unconcerned . . . til the thunder.  Then I was glad that I hadn’t gotten into the hammock — wet hammock naps are not really restful.  I think instead I will have a hot bubble bath.  The dogs have not tried to hop in their yet . . .

I got into one of my size 8 suits and found $47 and lipstick in pocket!

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What a great day!  God must love me.  I finally fit into one of my favorite suits — a size 8 and while wearing it was told I looked great and then to make the day sweeter I found two crumpled twenty dollars bills and a five and a one!  love the lipstick too!  i am rich! rich! rich!  Those are great days aren’t they?  And to add to it I will be doing a webinar today!  here is the release!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Women Unite to Unlock Secret of Online Social Media Communications

WAHM’s Kim Power Stilson and Debbie Cluff Share the not so Mysterious World of Internet Web and Social Media Communications via Free Webinar tonight.  Please invite your mom and grandma, they will love it!

 

 

September 16, 2008— Pasadena, CA & Salt Lake City, UT   – Kim Power Stilson and Debbie Cluff announce the release of a new guide that helps everyone from daughter to grandmothers who run small businesses avail themselves of the Internet, Web and Social Media tools online.  The guide is green and available only online at http://www.powerstrategies.tv:

Get online and Blog, Ping, Pod, Stream, Bookmark, Blast, Release,

Wiki, Widget, Web, Link, Avatar, Tag & Twitter!

What is it and how do I do it?

An Education Guide to the Internet, the World Wide Web

and Online Social Media Communications!

 

The Webinar called “Know what the world Wants to Know!  You’re invited to a social media party!” in partnership with Prosper Learning and Power Strategies, Inc. is at 5 p.m. Pacific and 6 p.m. Mountain and 8 p.m. Eastern tonight, Tuesday September 16th.  Just log on to http://www.livehuddle.com/event/index.php?event id = 5722caafb4825ef5d8670710fa29087c

 

According to Kim Power Stilson, when her friend a savvy 65-year-old-businesswoman and grandma said that she felt like her daughters lived in another world, an online world, Kim decided it was time to make the Internet and Web less mysterious.  Calling on her 10+ years online experience marketing while raising kids, dogs, she partnered with educator Debbie Cluff, a self-proclaimed zany little lady from Pasadena to write a non-techie guide that explains it all and makes it fun.  More party like than serious.   and etc. She believes the Internet and World Wide Web are a tremendous convenience for working moms, single parents and small businesses.

 

“The Internet and Web are a tremendous convenience once you get it, but some people are shy about really getting online,” said Kim.  “It’s like a party, it’s easier once you get to know people, the lingo, the opportunities.  The webinar and guide will give our savvy moms and grandmas and business people like them a great chance to learn the social skills needed online.”

 

According to Debbie Cluff, mother of three and master educator, founder of Links for Learning, having an online tutoring business inspired her to help women and parents find a comfortable way to use online tools to their advantage.  She sees that working, playing and learning online brings convenience and success and most moms, parents and people need that benefit.

 

“Not just the techies and pro-bloggers, everyone needs to learn how to be soiccal online,” said Cluff.  “And we loved the idea of women using this knowledge to get better jobs, work from home, and succeed online.  It will be a great social party once everyone knows how to get there!”

 

The Guide, Get online and Blog, Ping, Pod, Stream, Bookmark, Blast, Release, Wiki, Widget, Web, Link, Avatar, Tag & Twitter! What is it and how do I do it? An Education Guide to the Internet, the World Wide Web and Online Social Media Communications! is offered in an online PDF  version, as well as, a robust video, audio, Internet, Web, Social Media & Marketing certified education course.   (Prices range from $240 – $2400 with certification. Prices include 90% Discounts for women, single parents and small businesses. For Free Media trial contact:  Jack Brian or Anne Roberts Jack@powerstrategies.TV  or anne@powerstrategies.TV or 801-473-9174. 

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About Kim Power Stilson:

Founder of Power Strategies, Inc.,  Kim Power Stilson, is the author of Women Buy Everything (Fall 2008) 24 Hours to Zero Down Marketing Strategy Guide and Workbook.
Kim is the weekly Internet talk radio host of “Power Strategies! Market Your Business to a Better Bottom Line” and “Women Buy Everything” radio shows on Planetary Streams (Log on and listen at www.planetarystreams.com )  and the founder of the Bluebird Sisterhood.  She really does have 4 dogs, 3 kids, 2 birds and 1 cat and a very patient husband. She loves to watercolor, play tennis, snow ski and be near the sea. She divides her time between California, Utah & Ireland.  She blogs at http://www.powerstrategies.TV.

 

About Debbie Cluff: 

Debbie Cluff is the CEO of Links for Learning, Online Coaching and Instant Homework Help. She was born and raised in South Pasadena, California, USA. Debbie has taught in both the home and the classroom and has her Masters in Reading and Writing at the Elementary School Level. She is a reading specialist and an author. She has written over a dozen articles for online publications and has been a contributing author to such online companies as, earticle.com and ezine.com. Her first book 7 Easy Ways to Help Your Student Succeed: How Ordinary Parents can Make Extraordinary Students, can be purchased or downloaded free directly from her website, http://www.links-for-learning.com.

Debbie hosts two weekly talk radio shows on Planetary Streams called “The Debbie Cluff Show” and “Women Buy Everything” you can listen by logging on to www.planetarystreams.com.

Debbie resides in South Pasadena, California with her husband and three children. She would LOVE to hear from you and your personal educational stories, please contact her directly at debbie@links-for-learning.com.

Bluebird Battles Blunders

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I had an interesting exchange with Wendy Piersall today.  I made a comment on her article, “10 Social Media Blunders” (see link below) and I guess it wasn’t so much that the exchange was interesting as the thoughts I had surrounded it were.  You see, I don’t think I am alone in my feeling of isolation upon really entering the bloggers world.  Blogging gives the Web a voice, I like that but like all things you read you can read into them further and farther than you would ever want.  I read through comments, discussions and posts and think, “Who are these people and how are they so brilliant?”  also I think, why are they so rude about rules I know nothing about? ”  I have not been banned or shunned but you can tell reading their written voices that if you don’t have the right words and phrases, much less know what they mean,  you are on the outside of the bloggers social circle.  Feels like high school but then again I have yet to meet the Emily Post of the WWW.  However, as close as you can come from what I have seen is Wendy Piersall.  I like her, I like how she writes, you feel like she cares.  She is like the prom queen in highschool, the good kind, who smiles and leads her fellow classmates to social safety.  I know Wendy may not like being compared to a high school prom queen, she is gorgeous from her photos and all, but come on she is a multi-tasking social media entreprenuer, who cares if she has a crown?  Anyway, undaunted I continue to figure out this whole social media thing, if only to champion those flitting around on the outside like the little Robin Red Breast that taps on my window every morning.  I’m not kidding about this . . . she (or he, how do you tell?) sits on the ledge outside my window and hassince the spring thaw started (no end in site after yesterday’s snow storm) and taps.  Even my dogs, which I have one less of since Lucky, but you’ve already read that) have quit barking so used to her daily ritual they’ve become.  Perhaps, she has a message for me, being on the outside and all, perhaps a living analogy.  Perhaps I’ve been online too long!

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