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Who IS this guy?
"A trusted person who was cool to me when I was nobody, and helped me just to help me."
Christine Bellport, WMTV NBC15
"Holland is one of those guys who always has the ball rolling. He is an entrepreneur with so many incredible ideas and original projects. Being around him will breed a lot of creativity."
NYC TV personality Michelle Jerson
"You have done excellent work in an amazingly short period of time. We couldn't be happier."
Senator-turned-talk-host Tom Scott
"I consider you an expert in communication."
Heidi Harris, a familiar face if you devour political talk on cable; and Las Vegas radio talker
"Holland Cooke is one of the smartest guys in the Talk Radio business. He is a leading expert on the nuts and bolts of the trade as well as the changing universe in which it operates. That's why so many broadcasters seek his advice."
Michael Harrison, Publisher, Talkers magazine
"Thank you so much for all you do."
Author and WordsYouNeverHeard.com host Carolyn Davidson
“One of the brightest minds in the spoken word formats. Holland is as skilled in new media as he is in the traditional transmitter based stations and programs.”
Nick Michaels, the voice who said "Excedrin, the Extra-Strength Pain Reliever," and which you will instantly recognize from umpteen other commercials; and host, "The Deep End with Nick Michaels"
“Holland Cooke's name is known throughout the news and talk industry as the 'go-to-guy.' Trust him.”
Donna Francavilla, CBS News Radio correspondent
“Holland will probably tell you that he knows me, and that we're friends, and that he knows nothing of Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance....”
Jim Bohannon, Talk Radio big shot
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How to avoid what might be THE-most-annoying, most-common phone faux pas? HC explains, on the KDWN/Las Vegas Heidi Harris Show.
Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, etc. can be powerful marketing tools…or damaging to brands that misunderstand social media. Read about the “Where do lost Chapsticks go?” faux pas and two other case studies.
The person interviewing you may be more nervous than you are! HC explains why, on Dick Heatherton’s “Success Again” show: [MORE tips for job-seekers]
In a nutshell, all of this Survival Speech lore is about sticking-out, in a world where much of what’s said simply blends-in. And “speech” isn’t just verbal. In various other ways you express yourself, seeming-different will advantage you. Remember that … Continue reading
“Unless you have children or you’re waiting for news about a liver transplant,” John Tesh says “it’s too tempting to keep checking who is calling each time it rings, and your date might just think it’s another man or woman. … Continue reading