Very simple, and very effective. Reviews go a long way with helping fans determine whether to spend their time tuning into the show and listening, or not. People’s time is valuable to them, and often word of mouth is the best way to get the news out there. Gathering honest, but positive, reviews from fans will help in getting notice from sponsors and other networks as well who might also want to carry the show as well.
Negative reviews though should not be discounted, but instead catalogued to determine if there’s a trend among people to allow for assessment of the Malliard Report to reach a wider audience in the Paranormal community.
Goal– Gather positive reviews to condense down into a collection for potential investors, networks, and sponsors to show the Malliard Report has potential. Collect negative reviews, catalogue concerns, and use as review materials only.
“I’ve been interviewed by a wide range of journalists and nedia personalities, from local newspapers to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. None of those interviewers were as well-prepared as Jim Malliard. It was a real pleasure doing his show. He made me feel comfortable from the get-go. I even learned a few things I hadn’t known before.”
Co Author of “American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History”
“Jim Malliard is fair, concise and honest. I can’t ask for much more in an interview.”
George Noory – Host of Coast To Coast AM
“Phenomenal interview. Thank you!”
‘Eugene’ Nick Dinsmore – former WWE superstar
Thank YOU, Jim! I very much appreciate you having me on The Malliard Report.
Jack Brewer http://www.ufotrail.blogspot.com/
“Some books have ghost writers. Some radio shows, such as Jim Malliard’s show, have ghost riders; guests who are expressing elusive phenomena. Some of the phenomena actually subsist in reality. Where are you going to hear about these phenomena? One place is Jim’s show on The Malliard Report.”
Bill Sweet, author A Journey into Prayer: Pioneers of Prayer in the Lab and a former president of www.SpindriftResearch.org
“Had a great interview with Jim Malliard. Enjoy”
David Paulides – author of Missing 411
— Arthur Lenk (@ArthurLenk) April 17, 2016