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Emily Blair

CEOEmily Blair Media

Los Angeles Area

Member Since August 2021


Creative Writing
Social Media


Multimedia has been and will always be my greatest passion and the driving force behind everything that I do. I am extremely intrigued by all facets of communication and am fascinated by how our daily interactions affect every aspect of our lives. I am particularly enthusiastic about writing, and I believe that the written word can have such a monumental impact on our culture and society. I hope to continually immerse myself wholeheartedly into the journalism and communication fields, and I am eager to learn more and network with like-minded individuals. I pride myself on being self-motivated, driven, open-minded and loyal. I never shy away from a challenge; I embrace them and consider them opportunities to be intellectually stimulated and enhance my awareness. I welcome all questions and invite you to connect with me and message me through Linkedln. I look forward to hearing from you!

Published content

How to Run an Affiliate Marketing Program (and Have It Succeed)

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Letting others promote your business can often be the most effective form of marketing. Like a customer review or an influencer partnership, an affiliate marketing program relies on the willingness of others to promote your business. Without happy customers and a good reputation, it will be difficult to succeed. However, creating an affiliate program can be a relatively simple effort if approached the right way, and is often a lucrative endeavor for both you and your affiliates once properly established. To help get you started, the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council shared eight essential steps you and your business will need to take in order to run a successful affiliate marketing program and boost your profits.

14 Lessons You Should Know Before You Start Your Business

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For these business leaders, hindsight is 20/20. Starting a business can be an intimidating undertaking, especially when it’s your first one. You’re often feeling imposter syndrome in full force, and no matter how much planning and research you do ahead of time, rarely does any aspect of business go how you’d expect.  Because of this fact, for many entrepreneurs, hindsight is 20/20. Now with established careers and businesses, they can better reflect on what may have gone wrong or what they could have done better when they first started out. Below, a panel of 14 Rolling Stone Culture Council members share the lessons they wish they had known when starting their businesses and how that knowledge may have helped them grow along the way.

Nine Ways These Entrepreneurs Are Leveraging Tech to Succeed in Their Niche

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By using tech intentionally, you can improve your business and the niche in which it operates. Technology at its best serves as a helpful aid to businesses, entrepreneurs and everyday people looking to improve the way they function day to day. But simply using technology won’t affect much change. Those who really succeed are those who know how to leverage technology intentionally, incorporating it into thoughtful practices that could eventually turn into innovation for their business or even their industry as a whole.  Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members share some of the ways in which they’re leveraging technology to improve the success of their businesses in their space.

Company details

Emily Blair Media

Company bio

Founded by Emily Blair Marcus, Emily Blair Media is a boutique PR Agency, offering top-of-the-line public relations initiatives specializing in celebrity and influencer management and partnerships, fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and event planning. We take pride in our specialized approach to public relations, media placement, production, and more. With a more personalized, tailored methods, we are able to fulfill all of our client's needs in an expedited time frame, allowing for rapid brand development. Our team members are uniquely and intimately familiar with media trends, have strong relationships with the press, and are committed to achieving and furthering our clients' specific goals.



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