After over 30 years in the broadcast industry as a talk show host in legal advertising/public relations, radio and television law shows, I recognized how difficult it was for people to find the right attorneys.
I am now, preparing to hire persons who will become the sales force for a great legal magazine that will bring legal services information to the door of every community.
Professional Lawyer Review Magazine!
We need an Advertising Sales Manager who will supervise a sales staff of 20 professional and highly experienced salespersons. Someone who also has experience in television promotional sales, who can work with our show producer, to help us relaunch our weekly television law show, and derive a great commission and residuals of up to $1,000/week starting out, and has the ability to make this happen.
We need 20 salespersons who will call on law firms by phone to sell them ad space in the magazine, who can get by on $600/week sales commissions.
We need an Editor who will be responsible for all of the articles and
content, graphics and layout of each monthly issue of PLR. Someone who can 'sell' the stories to our many interested law firms in order to immediately derive an income for yourself.
We need a coordinator who can keep up with all of the factions of the business and coordinate the functions for the President of the company making sure the operation runs smoothly. Someone who can help out on an entry-level position and work her way up to President Secretary.
We need Writers who will contact law firms to find out what they have
that is of interest to our potential readership.
Tell us why you are qualified to land one of these fine, call intensive, hard hitting positions!
We love fun, laughing and being happy. We work from home, or on our cell phones, contacting professional attorneys who need us to help them to get more clientele, and act as their public relations unit.
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