Cheryl Tan

Media & Business Strategy for Entrepreneurs


Are you overwhelmed at the idea of reaching out to a reporter?

How terrible is it to see your competitors featured as an expert while you are...not?

What if I could show you the kinds of stories journalists are looking for, how to understand their deadlines, and what you can do RIGHT NOW to help set you up for success for your 15 minutes?

Imagine the day when THEY call YOU.

That's why I created the
2-Week Become a Media Magnet Challenge.

What Will You Learn From This FREE 2-Week Course?

You will learn the building blocks of success to attract media attention for your business and your brand.

Once you sign up, you will receive the first challenge.
13 more challenges will follow - all of them designed to set you up for media success.

Will this take work? Yes.

Will the results be worth the effort? Yes.

Media Preparation

Learn what steps you can take to maximize success before you make your first pitch.

Media Strategy

Target the right media outlets and get the response you want.

Media Outreach

Receive tips on effective media outreach that will build real relationships with reporters.

About Cheryl Tan

Cheryl Tan is a TV news journalist turned entrepreneur. She is the host of the STANDOUT with Cheryl Tan podcast, in which she interviews exceptional entrepreneurs on their steps to success.

Her company, based in Virginia Beach, offers media strategy consulting for entrepreneurs. She
shows them how to be seen as experts in their field - mainly by leveraging the media and other relationships.

Check out what other people had to say about the 2-week Become a Media Magnet Challenge

Amazing advice.

Cheryl, I wanted to thank you for your Become a Media Magnet series, which so far in three or four weeks since I started listening to it, has helped me connect with a current New York Times best-seller in my niche. She'll be on my podcast. And I guest posted on a blog with 300,000 unique visitors each month. Become a Media Magnet has really influenced my life. Thank you so much for creating it.

Karen Kolp, Host of the We Turned Out Okay podcast