Blogger Writes Book on Buzz | Get 27Answers to Create Buzz Signed and Delivered $9 plus S&H | by Yalanda P Lattimore, DryerBuzz.com
March 26, 2014
Veteran entrepreneur and blogger, Yalanda P Lattimore, answers 27 of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about creating buzz for business, blogging for business and nonprofits, with social media, networking, customers, and business.
Yalanda P. Lattimore is the founding editor of DryerBuzz.com News Podcast and NetTV and owner of Sistributions Media. With two decades engaging niche audiences and helping entrepreneurs create buzz for their business, Yalanda moves into a new arena as an author and publisher.
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November 21, 2013
Friend of the Buzz Bey Bright is Back with New Book…
While millions of women believe they know how to handle their relationships with men, most struggle to find true love and happiness. However, a compelling new book by relationship expert Bey Bright is about to change their lives for the better.
‘Claim Your Man; A Woman’s Guide To Love, Happiness & Self-Empowerment’ combines Bey’s unique ability to motivate others with the experience he has gathered studying thousands of relationships. The result is a book that every woman needs to read.
This book is a self-help woman’s guide to attain love, happiness and self-empowerment in relationships. Written by relationship expert and author Bey Bright.
This book aims to give women of all ages and backgrounds real life solid information to be applied in their everyday lives.
As the author explains, his book holds the vital clues to many relationship mysteries.
“This book is vitally important because it gives women of all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities and social statuses a clear and creative roadmap back to rediscovering love and achieving personal fulfilment,” says Bright, an accomplished entertainer and inspiring consultant.
Continuing, “It was written for those both struggling to find love and those already in a healthy relationship. No relationship is perfect and there’s always room for improvement. My book’s broad appeal makes it useful to anyone – however unique or stable their situation.”
Critics praise the author for the diligent efforts he is taking to change the lives of others. However, according to Bright, it’s a calling.
“Empowering and helping others is a deep passion that I just can’t shake. I’ve now dedicated my life to this cause and there are further books in the works. Stay tuned!” he adds.
‘Claim Your Man; A Woman’s Guide To Love, Happiness & Self-Empowerment’, published by BookBaby, is available now: http://amzn.to/GLg4QP.
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August 27, 2013
VideoBuzz: In this quickbuzz video, Yalanda P Lattimore, editor of DryerBuzz.com and author of #27Answers to Create Buzz shares a quick tip on how to create buzz. ”Go from the audience to the stage; from the back to the front. That’s how you create buzz, says Yalanda.”
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August 24, 2013
#27Answers to Create Buzz answers “What’s branding?” Enjoy this really simple answer to a FAQ. Watch. Spread the Buzz
Yalanda P. Lattimore is founder and editor of DryerBuzz.com buzzing online since 2002 with 20 years engaging niche audiences, and author of #27Answers to Create Buzz: with SocialMedia Networking, Customers, and Business
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DryerBuzz Host Book Signing for #27Answers to Create Buzz by Yalanda P Lattimore Thursday May 16th | BookBuzz
May 15, 2013
DryerBuzz.com is excited to host series of book signings and workshop to celebrate print release of #27Answers to Create Buzz with Social Media, Networking, Customers and Business for businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits.
Come meet #27Answers author, Yalanda P Lattimore, editor of DryerBuzz.com Thursday, May 16th 7:30 PM following Blogging for Business and Nonprofits Workshop, HOPE Financial Dignity Center Cyber Cafe, 101 Jackson Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA (at Ebenezer).
Over 50 have registered for an accompanying FREE workshop which takes place before the book signing and the wait list still growing. Books and banana pudding served by Your Home Cooking, which caters the event, will go fast. Be sure to get a book for yourself and your friends so yours won’t disappear.
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About #27Answers to Create Buzz
Two decades engaging niche audiences and helping entrepreneurs create buzz for their business, Yalanda P Lattimore answers frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) in this perfect accessory for entrepreneurs, #27Answers to FAQs About Social Media and Networking.
Over the years, how to reach customers and audiences evolved. #27Answers helps passionate entrepreneurs, businesses, and nonprofits ease their way into creating buzz and credibility for their business with leadership and authority.
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Book Clippings: Surviving Marriage Tips Book released by Jenny and Rufus Triplett, Ebony Magazine’s Couple of the Year
April 11, 2013
Jenny and Rufus Triplett are one of the few professional husband and wife teams who do just about everything together, having survived over twenty plus years of marriage being attached at the hip. The couple met in the late 80′s when Rufus was singing, writing and touring with the platinum R&B group, Ready for the World. Jenny was an intern at a radio station and headed the marketing outreach team for the act.
Now adding self-published co-authors and Amazon Best Sellers to their long list of accomplishments, “Surviving Marriage In the 21st Century: 13 Easy Tips That Can Help You Get To 20 Years and Beyond,” released February 2013, is sparking the much needed conversation about marriage and that tips needed to survive the foundation and institution of the family that it has always been.
Jenny and Rufus Triplett were honored in Ebony Magazine (February 2012 Issue) as “Couple of the Year.” They have always kept it 100 percent real during their two plus decades of matrimony. The couple has survived military service, a head on collision, incarceration, raised three young men, run their own multimedia company and are celebrating 23 plus years of successful marriage. They were also featured in the February 2013 issue of REDBOOK Magazine as marriage tipsters and named one of the Top 14 most inspiring Couples of 2013 by Black Love Forum and Essence.com writer Jai Stone.
Out of all their many trials and tribulations the Triplett’s are acknowledged for their faith, perseverance and commitment. Their seemingly plain and simple approach has resonated through their marriage tips and relationship advice given to newlyweds, engaged, dating and long term couples. Surviving Marriage Tips is more than a book of general rhetoric. Co-written with the help of an app, it is a book of relatable experiences from the viewpoint of a man and woman, in their own humorous way, who committed to the institution of marriage at the young age of 21.
The Triplett’s are the owners of Dawah International, LLC, a multimedia company which publishes Prisonworld Magazine and co-host their own weekly radio show, the Prisonworld Radio Hour, which airs on the Prisonworld Radio Network Mondays @6pm EST. Their radio show draws a global audience of over 1.2 million listeners monthly including distribution within the prison system and syndication to iTunes.
As a husband and wife team, Rufus and Jenny readily acknowledge their individual male and female perspectives but both agree that communication is the greatest survival tip. Their appearances on “Huff Post Live” talking about the disagreements married couples have as well as the reasons why weight gain should not be a reason for divorce was well received by the producers and viewers of the show. Their appearance on “Family Court with Judge Penny” and “Dr. Phil” garnered rave reviews for their parenting philosophies. Jenny has appeared on “The Mike & Juliet Morning Show” giving some words of wisdom to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and she is also a prison and relationship pundit contributing to Loop21, Reuters and has provided commentary for CNN, Black Enterprise Magazine, MSN.com and the Los Angeles Times.
Jenny and Rufus Triplett appearance on DryerBuzz.com Great Debates: Temptation Before Scandal: New Relationship Norms? Listen
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Art of Conversation Atlanta Presents: Education’s IMPACT on Relationships | Dr. Alduan Tartt, Jai Stone and Panel Debate Success and Relationships
April 10, 2013
Living Atlanta Style! — Art of Conversation Atlanta Presents: Education’s IMPACT on Relationships. Thursday, April 11, 2013, come out for a candid conversation about dating habits of educated and successful.
Have you noticed the higher the degree one acquires the harder it is to maintain and or find a good relationship? Can a person be too successful for a HAPPY RELATIONSHIP?
Explore this phenomenon with Friends of Art of Conversation: Dr. Alduan Tartt, Jai Stone, Anthony ‘The Voice’ Faucette, Angelia ‘Lia Marie’ Brown, Social Media Party: Vitamin Q
Where there’s a debate, there’s Buzz! DryerBuzz.com Great Debates will podcast live on location from the event to bring you the buzz behind the buzz. Listen Live: AOC Presents Education’s IMPACT on Relationships
Entertainment by: Natural Gentlemen Media Group. Sponsored by Svedka.
The Art of Conversation is an alternative to the traditional forms of entertainment bringing people together while incorporating networking, social activity, and philanthropy.
Note: Scandal with Kerry Washington is an encore. You’re free to network.
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Theatre Buzz: See Sojourner at 7 Stages Theatre January 23-27, 2013 | starring Barrymore Award Nominee Zuhairah | Living Atlanta Style
November 18, 2012
Sojourner Coming in January just in time for
BHM starring Barrymore Award Nominee Zuhairah
The Buzz: “Sojourner” is a biography of Sojourner Truth. “Sojourner” takes a hard look at her life, not only as a woman, but as a slave. It also takes a compelling look at pre-civil war America and what led to the conflict.
“Sojourner” will at times make you laugh, then cry, and force a look at the morals, values and conditions that shaped America. You will awe at Sojourner Truth’s unwavering spirit to overcome – and be moved to “sojourn for the truth… even to the ends of the earth.”
Showtimes: Wednesday January 23, 2013 8:00 p.m.; Thursday January 24, 2013 8:00 p.m.; Friday January 25, 2013 8:00 p.m.; Saturday January 26, 2013 3:00 p.m.; Saturday January 26, 2013 8:00 p.m.; Sunday January 27, 2013 3:00 p.m.
General Admission $20.00 | Seniors (age 62+) $10.00 all shows | Students (with ID) $10.00 January 23rd only
Presented by Vahid Management & Production Co. LLC
7 Stages Theatre 1105 Euclid Avenue NE Atlanta, Ga. 30307
Box office 404 523-7647
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Living Atlanta Style! A FREE Evening with Wyclef Jean! | Performance and Booksigning at Shrine Bookstore September 21st | Purpose
September 17, 2012
Clipped from email blast: Wyclef Jean Book Signing
September is Black Reading Month! Shrine Bookstore is celebrating “Big-Time”! Special Guest Wyclef Jean: Multi-platinum musician and producer will be promoting is new book Purpose! Only Books Purchased at Shrine Bookstore will be allowed for signing!
Purpose is Wyclef Jean’s powerful story of a life rooted in struggle, soul-searching, art, and survival. In his own voice, Wyclef shares everything, from his childhood in Haiti to his rise to the top of the American music scene. For the first time ever, Wyclef reveals the behind-the-scenes story of The Fugees, including his partnership with Lauryn Hill and Pras Michel, the details of their award winning album The Score, and the solo career that followed!
DATE & TIME INFORMATION!
DATE: SEPTEMBER 21, 2012
TIME: 7:15 PM
PLACE: 946 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
Please remember that this is a FREE event, so don’t miss your chance to see this great artist up close and personal. Wyclef will ONLY sign BOOKS; ALL BOOKS MUST BE PURCHASED FROM THE SHRINE BOOKSTORE!
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August 21, 2012
He’s Not Perfect. I’m Not Perfect. But Together We’re Picture Perfect
Enjoy an excerpt from Picture Perfect by Lakia Brandenburg
For any woman to become a beautiful bride, it has proved to be an overbearing, daunting task. I mean, really, an induction into The Wives Club involves spending six to 12 months (and in some cases two years or more) of metamorphosing into a raving bridezilla. She travels up and down the weight rollercoaster, experiences high levels of stress, and nearly has a nervous breakdown all to plan an overly priced, one-day celebration?The bride-to-be flashes her soon-to-be role on a bedazzled top as she plans to create her royal day. There’s so much to do. She has expectations to meet. She perceives her wedding day to be the most important stage in her life. After making some final decisions on the venue and menu, she then goes three rounds of eliminations to see what lucky individuals will make the final guest list. In the end, she invites everyone: her childhood friends; associates; distance relatives; all of her coworkers—to lessen the chance of hurting someone’s feelings or leaving them out; friends of the bride and groom’s parents; oh, and the acquaintance she hasn’t spoken to in five years. All for what? For her invitees to create a gossip column the moment they tip-toe out to dictate how elegant, how hood-rich, or even to mimic the actual classical story she attempted to recreate? The perception of “getting married” is truly flawed; nevertheless, I still love weddings. They bring out the most sentimental feelings. They make me feel so sappy inside. It never fails. There’s just something about seeing the spotlight on the bride-to-be and then catching a glimpse at the groom. It’s priceless. For the bride, the pieces of her dream have finally fit together. She strolls down the aisle, with each step getting closer to her posed statue of art. (Regardless if I could sense that the love shared between the two was authentic or if they were tying the knot for convenience, I would still feel genuinely happy for the couple.) For many, the day that a woman says “I do” is a great accomplishment. It’s such a joyous occasion to see two people come together to become one. For the bride, she’s making a bold statement in front of an audience of friends, loved ones, and acquaintances that she has found her prince charming. In the presence of their invited guests, the engaged couple stares deeply into each others’ eyes. Flashbacks – of the good and trying times that brought them to where they stood on this very day – race through their heads. For the invitees, they’re witnessing before them the magic of love. But to the pair, spurts of nervousness, doubt, and confusion overshadow their minds. It’s cold feet. Everyone told them that feeling this way was normal. It was considered totally natural for the bride and groom to entertain a serving or two of these thoughts. But by the time the pastor, in his baritone voice bellowed … “Dearly beloved …” … the thoughts of uncertainty are quickly swept under the rug – either that or they’re expected to be ignored; at least that’s what the one wearing the glass slipper is thinking. The pastor continues … “… we are gathered here today. …” As the bride closes her eyes for prayer, she remembers this perfect moment envisioned some time ago. She remembers it like it was yesterday: As she spent time with her girlfriends, she would daydream about this special day. She knew that she wanted to feel like a princess while experiencing all the perks of being a part of a pretend royal court. Thousands of dollars would be spent on the elegant wedding dress that she would wear only once. From her head down to her wrist, she would be draped in her shiny best friends. She would look absolutely stunning. The day would be all about her. Now, here they stand: He, in a rented white tux. She, in her designer vintage gown. Both, ready to make a vow to live in holy matrimony. Holy?
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