The Monkey Case and Carmela Sterling Episode 29

Legal Bits Episode #29 – Lights, Camera…

The most natural presenters have the most practice. “Winging it” rarely works, especially when there are a million things to think about. A little preparation can go a long way, and make a presentation really stand out.

For years, Carmela Sterling gave presentations, helping people find something they could truly enjoy. Her presentations happened to be nationally televised on the Home Shopping Network and the Cable Value Network (now owned by QVC). Carmela presented effectively because she took the time to get to know her products and her guests. She researched for an interview so it seemed natural, and she practiced her questions ahead of time. Now, she takes her refined techniques and teaches people how to use Facebook Live to connect with an audience with her startup, TV Technique. Facebook has created free television, and Carmela is helping make it worth watching.

We’ll take a look at what makes a job worthwhile. The focus has to be on the customer, whether they are on the other side of the counter or the other side of the screen. If the message connects, it can be a tremendous benefit.

Plus, can a product be “natural” just because you say so? Well, Clorox might have an answer for you based on their bottom line.

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If you want help turning your Facebook Live presence into a marketing and networking opportunity, check out TV Technique on Facebook to connect with Carmela.

By | 2018-05-30T16:41:28-06:00 May 1st, 2018|Copyright, FTC, Green, Natural, Podcast|