When you want customers to remember your message, should you be clever?
Michele's a journalist with decades of experience working for local and national newspapers, business publications and websites.
Her career started at The Kane Republican where she quickly rose to Editor-in-Chief, then moved onto other Pennsylvania newspapers. She covered crime for a news wire that served Southern California and wrote frequently for business journals and newspapers in San Diego.
After joining Progressive Business Publications (the parent company of PBP Media and Customer Experience Insight), she moved into the niche information publishing market.
She has covered the customer service and sales fields for the past 15 years, serving as Managing Editor of the What's Working in Sales Management print newsletter, Editor-in-Chief of The Customer Service Advantage print newsletter, Contributing Editor to The Marketing Report print newsletter and Editor of SalesandServiceNews.com.
Michele has written many white papers for upper-level marketing and sales executives, covering topics such as customer loyalty, sales, customer service skills, morale and employee motivation.
She graduated from Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Communications.
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