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Social Media Links to Fox News & More

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This Social Media Cheat Sheet contains the social media links to the primary hosts on Fox TV and a few other conservative media.  There are 22 main listings here.

Create a core message. 

Then just click on the link you wish to use and the page will open for you.

You can then tailor your message, and send or post it to their Twitter, Facebook and Email accounts.


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Fox News     

                Twitter: foxnews Facebook: FoxNews  Email

Steve Hilton, Host - The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton          

                Twitter: stevehiltonx     Facebook: NextRevFNC                                  Email:

Tucker Carlson, Host Tucker Carlson Tonight

                Twitter: TuckerCarlson Facebook: TuckerCarlsonTonight               Email:

Howard Kurtz, Host - #MediaBuzz

                Twitter: HowardKurtz    Facebook: MediaBuzzFNC                             Email:

Chris Wallace, Host - FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace

                Twitter: Foxnewssunday      Facebook: FoxNewsSunday                  Email:

Neil Cavuto, Host Your World with Neil Cavuto

                Twitter: TeamCavuto     Facebook: TeamCavuto                                  Email:

Heather Childers, Host - FOX & Friends First

                Twitter: HeatherChilders     Facebook: FoxFriendsFirst                    Email:

Steve Doocy, Host -  FOX & Friends’

                Twitter: stevedoocy       Facebook: FoxFriendsFirst                             Email:

Kimberly Guilfoyle, Host - The Five

                Twitter: kimguilfoyle     Facebook: TheFiveFNC                                   Email:

Greg Gutfeld, Host - The Greg Gutfeld Show

                Twitter: greggutfeld       Facebook: GregGutfeldShow                       Email:

Sean Hannity, Host -  Hannity

                Twitter:  SeanHannity    Facebook: SeanHannity                                  Email:

Pete Hegseth, Host - FOX & Friends Weekend

                Twitter: PeteHegseth    Facebook: PeteHegseth                                 Email:

Brian Kilmeade, Host - FOX & Friends

                Twitter: kilmeade            Facebook: foxandfriends                               Email:

Mark Levin, Host - Life, Liberty & Levin

                Twitter: MarkLevinShow      Facebook: marklevinshow                    Email:

Dana Perino, Host - The Five

                Twitter: DanaPerino       Facebook: TheFiveFNC                                   Email:

Jeanine Pirro, Host - Justice with Judge Jeanine

                Twitter: judgejeanine    Facebook: judgejeaninepirroshow            Email:

Geraldo Rivera, Host - Geraldo Rivera Reports

                Twitter: GeraldoRivera Facebook: GeraldoRivera                              Email:

Shepard Smith, Host - Shepard Smith Reporting

                Twitter:  ShepNewsteam     Facebook: ShepardSmith                       Email:

Jesse Watters, Host -  Watters' World

                Twitter:  jessebwatters Facebook: JesseWatters                                 Email:

Megyn Kelly, Host - Today Show  

Twitter:  megynkelly                      Facebook: MegynKelly

Alex Jones, Host – Infowars  

                Twitter: realalexjones    Facebook: AlexanderEmerickJones    

Breitbart News    

                Twitter: BreitbartNews    Facebook: Breitbart   Email:


Impacts of a Government Shutdown


Here is a set of Presari shared search results on "Impacts of a Government Shutdown".

Click on any search engine icon and the results open for you. Hold your control or command key down and hit several icons and they will all open for you.

Presari operates like a remote control for your TV only you can fly through search engines. Social media, or news media instead of TV stations. 

Here are some specific topics: 

Impacts of a Government Shutdown on (click on a link to open up the search page):


Public Transportation




Stock Market




To research a specific topic, enter the words "Impacts of the Government Shutdown on " at 

To research a specific topic, just go to, then enter the words


"Impacts of the Government Shutdown on "  


“Impacts of the Government Shutdown on ” (or city).


Impacts will increase with time and be dependent on the duration of the shutdown.

Reporting of impacts will change very quickly. To stay current, repeat the searches.


Presari speeds up your research and lets you select where you get your information from.

Presari can be tailored for selected access to over 1,100 search engines and authoritative sources.


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Getting More Book Reviews and Views on Author Pages



Background to this Question


One of the members of the Writers and Authors Promotion Group on Facebook  asked:


Does anyone else have trouble getting views on their author pages? I barely even get interaction from friends and family.


I offered two comments & recommendations: 


Identify the top authors in your genre or with books like yours. Go to their social media sites. Study and understand how they create their posts. Design yours to be like their's and even better. In particular, focus on the hot buttons that make their pages jump. Re-design and build yours with every new improvement. Pay attention to what works, by tracking the likes, shares, and buys. Do more of it.


Which would you rather do: Post snippets where only other authors and writers read them, or post trails of intellectual candy in front of hungry readers? You have tools available that can be used to help you target readers and you can use social media to tantalize them. Learn how to target your readers. Go where they are.


This prompted the following question in response: 


I definitely need to figure this out. I am so new to this whole thing, and it's very overwhelming.... Which tools are out there? 


My Response


The search engines of course.


Every major web site and expert and organization and social media has one. You mine them for knowledge, tactics, and connections.


I'm a long time PR type - scientist and former attorney. I did a lot of publicity with authors and experts, so here's my disclosure: I created Presari - a web-based search tool that lets you flip search engines instead of TV channels. It is a tool I created to help me and my clients do the online research they needed to find answers and contacts for book publicity and marketing. It opened to the public one month ago.  You can use it for free. Here’s the free (no costs to do this) search tips version to answer your questions.  A Presari membership allows you to save your favorite searches and tailor your own search dashboard and keywords to save you time.   


Influencer Search 


Here's an example. Enter the words "Romance book reviewer" (or whatever your genre) at   


First, look at Google and Bing - study the text articles, images, and videos. Just realize the fist layer of content on the prime search engines is advertising, followed by SEO manipulated results, followed then by a competition for placement. What you need may not be readily found without using more sophisticated search words.


Next, send your search go to the social media. Focus on Facebook first. do the search and inside Facebook click from All to Posts, People, Photos, Videos, Pages, Places, Groups, etc. Look for connections - places to pitch, to get involved, and be seen.


Now back to Presari and go to Twitter. Click on Top, Latest, and People. Each time, look for a match, especially with people, reviewers, and organizations with large targeted audiences. Now go back to Presari. You can also click on other social media. Google Plus, Pinterest, Instagram, and LinkedIn are all useful places to mine for connections.  


Now go back to Presari and click on news media. Click on Google News and Bing News, or NPR, or the Washington Post, or any number of others.


Study the best articles and interviews to learn how they like it. Identify who is getting media coverage and where. Drill down to get the journalist & reviewer names and contacts for pitching later.


Influencer + Location Search


Now layer your search strategy by adding a location word to your base keyword like this:


"romance book reviewer Los Angeles"


Now repeat your searches.  Lather. Rinse. Repeat. That is the process.


Then rotate to a new location (e.g., San Diego) and repeat your searches.  Do this for your local cities and a for a custom targeted list of cities, counties, and states that you can readily service.


You do this because GPS enabled technology is delivering localized results.  You need to use the geo-location terms to search and to be found.


Influencer + Platform Search 


You can also use your base search word with the name of a social media platform like this:


Romance book reviewer Facebook.


Mine the results and isolate the connections. Then pitch them.


Now rotate to new platforms. Now go back to the beginning and create a list of your five top influencer or target audience or keywords


Go from reviewer to reviewers, to blog, blogs, blogger, reporter, editor, producer, host, anchor, to book clubs, to dating sites, to whatever identifies and captures a nexus containing large numbers of people who are perfect for your book.


Implement a Systematic Search-Find-Match & Deploy Strategy Daily 


If you do the above, you can create a systematic search strategy that can serve you well for months.


Pitch five or more of the best people per day.


Use search engines to get to the strategies from the best experts to learn how to create posts that really produce.


Create a battery of posts – a toolbox you can use, tailor, and modify on demand quickly, that have the following elements:


  • Headline
  • Galvanizing, helpful stimulating entertaining content
  • Photos
  • A Link to your site.


Study the ecosystems of the places you want to be seen before jumping in. Match the hatch. Be the best you can be.


Join in. Jump in.


BTW, I am not the only person who is developing techniques like this.  There are many other people who are very active in discovering and developing techniques especially for using social media in real time.


Here's an example:  Enter the words "Gary Vaynerchuk 18 cent strategy" at   


Gary’s technique boils down to this:


Search on your keywords. (If you use Presari you can go straight to FB and Twitter and other social media) and pay attention to the trending hashtags, especially in your fields of expertise or interests.


Post and reply with meaningful, helpful, encouraging motivational content with dazzling pictures and the links and use the right hashtags.


Do this ten times a day and refine your content until you get:


Four to six followers per post = 40 to 60 new followers per day.


30 days = 1200 to 1800 


12 months = 14,400 to 21,600


And if even one of your posts go viral as you really learn what it takes to turn people on, …. 


Just realize that people are posting so much every day the results change from minute to minute. learn how to use the search engines.


Mine the newest and leading connections and influencers on a regular basis.


Elearning is the future.  Online outreach is the best technique for now.


BTW - if you want a free ebook which expands this summary level strategy in an illustrated ebook PDF, just send me a request by email.  


You can reach me at


Job Search Engines in Presari

Presari lets you search 15 job search engines from one search page. You can save significant time searching and find many more opportunities fast.

Here's the curent listing of available sources: 

  • CareerBuilder
  • Ecommerce Consulting
  • Equal Opportunity Job Search (EOP)
  • FiveRR
  • FlexJob - Blogs
  • FlexJobs - Jobs
  • Indeed
  • Juju
  • LinkUp
  • Microsoft Careers
  • Monster
  • Science Careers
  • Simply Hired
  • Work Flexibility
  • Wullo

Enter the title of the dream job or position you seek.

Then click on the icon for one or more of the sources you want to search. You can usually get more specific local results by adding in the city and state where you seek to be employed. 

Rotate to other locations and search again.

Rotate to other title and positions and search again. 

Tailor your search dashboard so that they are available to you.  It will save you time and avoid rework, and you can always come back and pick up where you left off. 

Go to Settings. Click on the Sources folder. Open one of your Source Groups or create a new one called Jobs. Go down to the Jobs & Freelancing folder. Select the ones you weant. Green = yes, Blue = no.  Then click on the Save Selections button and return to your Pro Search page. 

Then have at it.

Search. Find. Match. Apply. 

Social Media Contacts for the U.S. Senate

Here is the current listing of the social media accounts for all 100 members of the United States Senate.  Clicking on a link opens the account. You can then send a message or post a reply. 






Richard Shelby

Alabama ;

Jeff Sessions

Alabama ;

Dan Sullivan

Alaska ;

Lisa Murkowski

Alaska ;

John McCain

Arizona ;

Jeff Flake

Arizona ;

Tom Cotton

Arkansas ;

John Boozman

Arkansas ;

Dianne Feinstein

California ;

Kamala Harris


Cory Gardner

Colorado ;

Michael Bennet

Colorado ;

Chris Murphy

Connecticut ;

Richard Blumenthal

Connecticut ;

Chris Coons

Delaware ;

Thomas Carper

Delaware ;

Marco Rubio

Florida ;

Bill Nelson

Florida ;

David Perdue

Georgia ;

Johnny Isakson

Georgia ;

Brian Schatz

Hawaii ;

Mazie Hirono

Hawaii ;

Jim Risch

Idaho ;

Mike Crapo

Idaho ;

Tammy Duckworth


Richard Durbin

Illinois ;

Joe Donnelly

Indiana ;

Todd Young


Chuck Grassley

Iowa ;

Joni Ernst

Iowa ;

Pat Roberts

Kansas ;

Jerry Moran

Kansas ;

Rand Paul

Kentucky ;

Mitch McConnell


Kennedy, John


Bill Cassidy

Louisiana ;

Angus King

Maine ;

Susan Collins

Maine ;

Chris Van Hollen


Benjamin Cardin

Maryland ;

Elizabeth Warren

Massachusetts ;

Edward Markey

Massachusetts ;

Debbie Stabenow

Michigan ;

Gary Peters

Michigan ;

Amy Klobuchar

Minnesota ;

Al Franken

Minnesota ;

Roger Wicker

Mississippi ;

Thad Cochran

Mississippi ;

Claire McCaskill

Missouri ;

Roy Blunt

Missouri ;

Jon Tester

Montana ;

Steve Daines

Montana ;

Ben Sasse

Nebraska ;

Deb Fischer

Nebraska ;

Dean Heller

Nevada ;

Catherine Cortez Mastro


Jeanne Shaheen

New Hampshire ;

Maggie Hassan

New Hampshire n

Robert Menendez

New Jersey ;

Cory Booker

New Jersey ;

Tom Udall

New Mexico ;

Martin Heinrich

New Mexico ;

Chuck Schumer

New York ;

Kirsten Gillibrand

New York ;

Thom Tillis

North Carolina ;

Richard Burr

North Carolina ;

John Hoeven

North Dakota ;

Heidi Heitkamp

North Dakota ;

Rob Portman

Ohio ;

Sherrod Brown

Ohio ;

James Lankford

Oklahoma ;

Jim Inhofe

Oklahoma ;

Ron Wyden

Oregon ;

Jeff Merkley

Oregon ;

Patrick Toomey

Pennsylvania ;

Bob Casey, Jr.

Pennsylvania ;

Sheldon Whitehouse

Rhode Island ;

Jack Reed

Rhode Island ;

Tim Scott

South Carolina ;

Lindsey Graham

South Carolina ;

John Thune

South Dakota ;

Mike Rounds

South Dakota ;

Bob Corker

Tennessee ;

Lamar Alexander

Tennessee r ;

Ted Cruz

Texas ;

John Cornyn

Texas ;

Mike Lee

Utah ;

Orrin Hatch

Utah ;

Bernie Sanders

Vermont ;

Patrick Leahy

Vermont ;

Mark Warner

Virginia ;

Tim Kaine

Virginia ;

Patty Murray

Washington ;

Maria Cantwell

Washington ;

Joe Manchin

West Virginia ;

Shelley Moore Capito

West Virginia ;

Ron Johnson

Wisconsin ;

Tammy Baldwin

Wisconsin ;

Mike Enzi

Wyoming ;

John Barrasso

Wyoming ;

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Social Media Contacts for the Alabama Congressional Delegation

This is a social media cheat sheet with the Facebook and Twitter locations for the Alabama Congressional delegation. 

You can click on a link and post comments or respond to a post and go to each site in just a few minutes. 


Alabama                                              Twitter                                                                 Facebook


Governor Kay Ivey [R]          



Richard Shelby [R]                     

Luther Strange  [R]                 



Bradley Byrne [1st Dist. - R]          

Martha Roby [2nd Dist. - R]

Mike Rogers [3rd Dist. - R]   

Roger Aderhalt [4th Dist. - R]

Mo Brooks [5th Dist. – R]        

Gary Palmer [6th Dist. – R]   

Terri Sewell [7th Dist. – D]   


How Good is the Content You Post?


Enter the Words 'Best Content to Post on Facebook" at 

Then soak up the ideas, strategies, tips and advice. 

Using Presari's no typing needed Keyword Helpers, conduct a structured DIY course to learn how to create the best content on social media. 

After researching and leveraging what you learn from one effort, rotate to the other social media platforms you use: Twitter, Pinterest, You Tube, Reddit, Tumblr, Flickr, etc. 

Each time, search and learn some more. Use what you learn to improve your success.


Now How Good is Your Post? 

Evaluate your success using the following metrics - numbers that matter and that determine your choices.

For each post, determine the number #, quality Q, and revenue $ created by posts:


Page Visits = # 

Comments = # + Q 

Likes = # + Q 

Shares = #  + Q 

Sales = # times $ 

Gifts = # times $$ 

Quantity Sales = # times $$$ 

Signings & Demos = # times $$ 

Talks & Presentations = # times $$$ 

Seminars & Classes = # times $$$$ 

Contracts for Services = # times $$$$ 


Identify the best actions. 

For each metric, identify something you have very specific control over - something you cna very deliberately change, control and manage.

Now test, test, test. and refine, refine, refine. 

If it works, do more of it. If it doesn't, stop and do something else. 

Focus on doing the things that produce the maximum results.