Mitch Gould, Founder and CEO of InHealth Media, announced today Kayla Zadel has been named Chief of Communications, formerly Vice President of Communications.

“Kayla brings a wealth of experience in the field of communication. We are excited to be expanding our media and communications on a global level,” said Mitch Gould. “I decided that Kayla will head up that expansion.”

“I am looking forward to taking on this role and expanding IHM into a global media enterprise,” said Kayla Zadel. “My skill set and versatility will provide much support as IHM navigates this expansion.”

In her role as Chief of Communications, Kayla Zadel will oversee all aspects of our communication initiatives. She will be responsible for managing press releases, coordinating media relations, and crafting engaging email blasts to keep you informed about the latest developments at InHealth Media. Kayla Zadel’s dedication to ensuring effective and transparent communication aligns perfectly with IHM’s commitment to providing exceptional service and building strong relationships with its clients.

With a background in broadcast journalism and communications, Kayla Zadel is multifaceted in many areas, especially on-air and online. She has been working alongside Gould, IHM, and its sister company, Nutritional Products International, to promote its clients through TV and social media exposure. Kayla’s segments focus on innovative products, beauty, travel and more. She then takes the featured brands from the segments and turns the info into a blog post and social media features.

In addition to her work in front of the camera, Kayla Zadel has six-plus years of social media marketing experience, which includes managing brands’ reputations, content creation, building brand awareness and SEO experience. She takes the experience and knowledge that she’s gained as a lifestyle correspondent, content creator, and blogger and offers it to her clients in the form of social media marketing & management.

Gould and IHM are excited to include Kayla’s services that align with their sales, marketing, logistics, and federal regulatory compliance offerings.

The “Evolution to Distribution” platform provides a gateway for international health, wellness, and sports nutrition brands to launch their products in the United States. (delete in blue Australia and New Zealand have also been added to part of the program. Furthermore, The evolution of distribution provide turnkey solution for foreign brand to enter the largest marketplace in the world in a cost effective and profitable manner.

If there’s one thing you take away from this blog post, it’s that the number one rule when it comes to posting is don’t be lazy! Add some form of visual to every single post.

It’s been proven time and time again that posts perform better with something to look at. According to a study by Skyword, “On average, total views [of its clients’ content] increased by 94% if a published article contained a relevant photograph or infographic when compared to articles without an image in the same category.”

For the perfect post, add a photo and follow these simple guidelines:

• Include a story link, because driving traffic to worthwhile content will build trust between you and your followers.

• Watch out for copyright issues. When taking a screenshot or reposting a photo, be sure to credit your source!

• Or, add your own visual. There are countless stock photo websites where your employer can opt to pay for photos, like Getty Images. Even better, go outside and get creative! Take a photo and try to edit it on Canva for free.

Remember, each post should tell a story, so take advantage of every element at your disposal to tell it.

It’s well known in the business world that an inch of PR is worth a foot of advertising, and in order to maximize brand awareness, we, at InHealth Media believe social media is only a part of the foundation of a successful campaign. While it’s true that social media plays a huge role in engaging potential customers and is a great way to get your company’s mission across, it shouldn’t be a critical hinge upon which you base your entire strategy. Instead of posting endless content, try engaging writers, bloggers and journalists. With the right tone and well-researched pitch, you can easily land yourself a stellar placement, organically! Media relations can be quite predictable, and with a few tips and tricks of the trade, you can further your reach with a bigger audience than you would ever have garnered with any string of social media posts.


ProTip #1: It’s a 24-hour news cycle

This means the media is always looking for something current, on trend, or pegged on something newsworthy. Try selling you media contacts on what’s newsworthy about your business. A great place to start is pitching any socially responsible events or endeavors your business is undertaking.


ProTip #2: Keep it short and to the point

Journalists want you to get to the point, quickly. So, keep it brief. Don’t write any more than 200 words to them in any given pitch or else their eyes will glaze over, guaranteed.


ProTip #3: Be friends!

Journalists are people too. Engage with them on social media even when you’re not actively pitching. Give them some social media love with a follow, a like, or repost of their recent story.


ProTip #4: Personalize your pitch

A journalist will usually give an email about two seconds before deciding if it goes in the trash. So, establish a personal connection with the person by speaking to a recent post, or an article of theirs that you really enjoyed.


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