Sell my Story website Featureworld has been registering a record number of hits recently!
Firstly my story about Natalie’s little pot of eczema cream caused a frenzy of purchasers beating a path to her door. This story appeared in the Daily Mail. Natalie and daughter Lula, for whom Natalie orginally made the cream, then appeared on ITV’s Daybreak. Following this they were featured in the Sunday Express this weekend. I have also gained them further deals with two huge weekly women’s magazines.
Natalie said: “After the story appeared we did almost half a year’s normal business in three days. We have been inundated. Alison warned me when she took our story on that we would see a huge surge in business. My only mistake was not listening to her as we have worked absolutely flat out to ensure everyone has got their pots.”
Myself and the Daily Mail also took huge volumes of calls and emails about Natalie’s cream, which due to publicity gained by Featureworld, she now hopes to sell in a huge store such as Boots.
Meanwhile, Mary’s story about how she has devised a diet for hairloss – and which has also appeared through Featureworld in the Daily Mail (and shortly to appear in a top women’s mag) – has also meant record numbers of visitors to her website. And from 7th April Mary’s new book, My New Hair, will be available. Her brand new book is full of diet plans to treat alopecia and baldness is available with a special pre-order price here.
Dr Bryan Beattie
Dr Bryan Beattie came to me with his story about the new test he is pioneering to predict which babies will be born prematurely. Since this story appeared in the Daily Mirror and on ITV’s Daybreak, Bryan has seen an upturn in sales for the test, available from his private clinic, Innermost Secrets.
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Featureworld interviewee Hayley Okines and mum Kerry appeared on ITV’s THIS MORNING yesterday.
Following on from my double-page feature in the Sunday People newspaper at the weekend, Hayley and mum Kerry were invited on to ITV’s This Morning.
There, they appeared chatting on the sofa with presenters Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield about how pioneering treatment in the USA has improved Hayley’s health.
It’s been a very busy week for Hayley and her family. Since the update to Hayley’s real life story was printed on Sunday, she has spoken to local TV and then travelled to London to the ITV studios. And I have now gained the family another deal with a leading women’s weekly magazine.
Hayley, who was 13 at the beginning of December – doctors originally told her parents she would be unlikely to live past this age – spoke brilliantly on the show.
But then she’s no stranger to This Morning, having been a guest on the programme several times. And I know, like all Featureworld interviewees, the whole family love going on this popular programme!