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Five ways to make the most of being in a five day challenge
Episode 996th January 2022 • Publicity for Pet Businesses • Rachel Spencer
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Are you thinking of taking part in a five day challenge and want to make the most of the time you set aside?

Free online challenges provide a brilliant way to learn something new in a short space of time, delivered by an expert.

You can add to your skillset and experience what it’s like to work with the person hosting the challenge.

If learning how to feature in the press is something you’d like to learn more about, then you’re just in time to join my free Get Your Pet Business in the Press challenge starting January 10th 2022.

You can save your place by clicking this link and it would be great to see you there.

Key topics and timings in this episode:

1.01 - What happens in the Get Your Pet Business in the Press challenge

1.52 - Where people have had press coverage, Telegraph, Your Dog, Your Cat, Edition Dog, Dogs Today, Daily Mail, BBC Radio and much more.

2.24 - How the challenge led to sales for dog lead maker and dog walker Jesse Graves.

Here are the five ways to make the most of being in the challenge.

4.27 - One - only take part in challenges that are relevant to you and what you do.

7.25. - Two - if you sign up for a challenge, commit to doing the work if you want to get a result.

11.21 - Three - take advantage of the time you have with the challenge host as you’d normally pay thousands for it!

13.27 - Four - Network like mad with the people in the group because they could turn into future customers and clients.

18.57 - Five - Think of the challenge as a PR opportunity and make an impression on everyone there.

22.47 - Why I have to be like the Demon Headmistress on the challenge and make sure people stick to the tasks.

26.16 - How to join the challenge.

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Join the five day Get Your Pet Business in the Press challenge here:

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