Red-hot love, steamy sex and heartfelt closeness — just how do journalists find stories like that?
Why is President Trump a “red hot lover?”
Whether you believe much of the media focuses on fake news or “alternative facts,” there’s an entire industry devoted to trying to get news coverage for people trying to get noticed.
A lot of those would-be famous folks turn to companies such as ProfNet to help them get attention.
Take Wendy Brown, a Toronto “individual and couples therapist.”
She’s ready to be interviewed by news people in Los Angeles, across America, Canada or beyond, trumpets ProfNet online.
“Red-hot love is all about steamy sex and heartfelt closeness — truly, madly and deeply loving,” says Brown in her effort to entice news people. “If you are a red-hot lover, you may have noticed that you have this capacity. But, you might not realize that you have one of the six passions: heartbreak, challenge, pursuit, gallantry, vindication or attention.
“There is a script or role to go along with each passion. This tells you your love-life path. Understanding this critical piece of information may well help you succeed in love.”
In a message from ProfNet, Brown is “available to connect with journalists on stories about romance and relationships that might include: how to maintain a close, heartfelt connection with a bad-boy lover; why she thinks President Trump is a red-hot lover; what President Trump has in common with Elizabeth Taylor; and, of course, her inspiration for her newest book.”
Yes, there always seems to be a “newest book.”
ProfNet lets journalists know there are “thousands of experts” who are “available to discuss timely issues in your coverage area.”
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