Julie Solomon Biography
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Julie Solomon is an American businesswoman and publicist. She is the founder and President of EmpowerYou, Inc. She was born on 11th March 1984 In McMiinnville, Tennesse.
She moved back to Nashville and started working as a publicist for Thomas Nelson Publishers, under the leadership of Michael Hyatt. Her work included publicizing on the book, Heaven is for Real, which has sold over 10 million copies worldwide. After leaving Thomas Nelson Publishers in October 2011, she joined Abingdon Press as a publicity manager. She assisted on various projects and campaigns relating to music, film, television, interior design, and books, including band Def Leppard and singer Lenny Kravitz.
2013, Julie and Beth Hood-Fromm co-founded OMG! Publicity. The company focuses on managing publicity campaigns for authors, bloggers, entrepreneurs, NGO and creative new product launches. In 2016, Solomon created an online program, Pitch It Perfect, that teaches how to move from one-off paid-to-post content to long-term brand collaborations.
2017, she launched The Influencer Podcast, a podcast that explores the trends of influencer marketing and the careers of social influencers. In 2018, she was named by Influence Co. as one of The Top 100 Most Influential People in Influencer Marketing. In 2018, she created The Influencer Academy, a brand-building online marketing program.
Julie Solomon Age
Julie was born on August 11th, 1984 ( she is 34 years old as of 2018 )
Julie Solomon Husband
She is married to Johnathan Schaech they got married in 2013. They have a son together born on September 2013 Camden Quinn.
Julie Solomon Education
She studied at the University of Tennessee.
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Julie Solomon Networth
Julie`s networth is still under review it will be updated soon.
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Julie Solomon Interview
As a working mama, I’ll be honest with you. It’s really hard.
Even before I had my son, I found myself connecting my worth to my work and working in overdrive on the reg.
I found myself trying to be everything to everyone, and often thought that outworking my peers was the only way to feel successful.
Boy, was I wrong.
Rachel Hollis joins me on today’s episode of The Influencer Insights, and I’ve gotta say, I needed her. I think we all do, actually.
Because as she shares, she’s been there, too.
A mom of four, a New York Times best-selling author, a blogger, a podcaster, a CEO….and the list goes on, yet at the end of the day, she’s created boundaries to live her life according to her.
She’s worked through trauma, struggles with faith, being quieted by outside opinions (and prevailing to share her trueness), exhaustion – things a lot of us face.
But what really connects her to this influencer community is her message behind being yourself. It’s one I’ve learned to live out personally, and something everyone can grow from. It’s one that cannot be missed!
Because we weren’t all created to be the same person, the same influencer, the same entrepreneur. Success is found in different ways. And Rachel shares exactly why that’s true in today’s show.
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