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    Jane Tabachnick Named An Inspired Leader

     
    Featured in Inspired Leaders Raising a Ruckus, a weekly Interview series featuring inspiring business leaders - folks who have vision and passion for their work like Ms Tabachnick. She was interviewed for the series by host Michele Molitor of Nectar Consulting.

    The series title, stems from Ms. Molitor belief that one can be a confident, inspiring leader, while being visible and drawing attention or controversy in a positive way to yourself and the topic at hand – in other words, raising a ruckus. She has selected a broad range of top inspired experts from a Silicon Valley image strategist, visibility and publicity expert Tabachnick, to marketing and organization experts to be interviewed in the Inspired Leaders Raising a Ruckus Series.

    Ms. Tabachnick’s interview is on publicity and is entitled, “Are You A Media Darling?” You’ll learn some important keys to succeeding in today's "reputation economy" so you can be seen and heard above the noise of your peers and competitors, while avoiding costly mistakes. To listen to the interview visit: http://nectarconsulting.com/interview-jane-tabachnick/

    Jane Tabachnick is a digital strategist who lives at the intersection of Marketing Public Relations and Content Marketing. She is the founder and chief buzz creator of Jane Tabachnick & Co., a firm that whose goal is to help you become a Media Darling and achieve Total Market Domination in your niche. Jane has been featured in the media including Fast Company, Women’s Wear Daily, Clickz and many other outlets.

    To find out more about Jane Tabachnick & Co and how to become a media darling visit http://www.janetabachnick.com

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