Top Business Leaders

#120 – Barbara Ingrassia on What Authors Need to Know About Copyrights

Barbara C. Ingrassia is the president of Manage Copyright. She is a copyright compliance and content protection strategist, speaker/workshop facilitator, trainer, and digital content licensor. She has studied the “murkiness” of copyright law with the Center for Intellectual Property at the University of Maryland, the Special Libraries Association, Duke University, copyrightlaws.com, and the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School.

#119 – Claudia Volkman on How Authors Can Keep Their Voices

Claudia Volkman is the owner of Creative Editorial Solutions. She has more than thirty-five years of experience in acquisitions, product development, editing, and typesetting, and has worked full-time for several trade publishing houses. Now, as the owner of Creative Editorial Solutions, she assists publishers, authors, entrepreneurs, and speakers with their editorial needs.

#117 – Lou Bortone on Why Every Author Needs to Use Video

People call Lou Bortone “The Video Godfather,” because he’s been doing this a long time, and he’s really damn good at it. He spent 20 years in the television business and another 15 in digital marketing. He’s been doing video marketing since long before it was a “thing.” When it comes to creating your video marketing plan, he guides you through the process, step-by-step, and set you up for success with video.

#114 – Melanie Herschorn on Marketing Strategies Every Author Needs to Know

Melanie Herschorn is a Content Marketing Strategist and Coach on a mission: to support women business owners to land more clients by conquering their content marketing challenges. Through her company, VIP Digital Content, Melanie provides the strategies necessary for her clients to attract their ideal clients, nurture leads, and position themselves as experts in their field.

#113 – Shel Horowitz on Creating a Social Movement With a Book

7 of Shel Horowitz’ 10 books have won one or more awards and/or been translated and republished by publishers in other countries (his US publishers include Simon & Schuster and John Wiley & Sons). A TEDx Talker and International Platform Association Certified Speaker, Shel has given talks like “Impossible Is a Dare” and “Making Green Sexy” as far east as Istanbul and as far west as Honolulu.

#112 – Erik K. Johnson on Why Authors Should Produce Podcasts

There are many podcasts and coaches who teach you the technical side of podcasting. Erik K. Johnson is the premiere coach focused on the art of podcasting. Erik has been near the top of the radio ratings since 2000. He has also coached many others to do the same with even greater success. He is a nationally recognized talent coach, on-air personality, and radio program director.