In the Media


Print media, TV and radio, books, and academic research citations

Because of my unusual focus on rural business, you’ll find quotes and mentions of me in 6 books, countless blogs, magazines, podcasts and academic research. It’s not just the US; mentions come from Romania, the Netherlands, Ireland, Belgium, the UK, Canada and Australia.

Featured in Entrepreneur Magazine

Featured in Entrepreneur Magazine

Print mentions: 

International small town and big city newspaper mentions:

International columns and series: 

Other places I’ve shared my writing regularly. 

Broadcast TV mentions and interviews:

Broadcast Radio:

Becky McCray on the radio with Michael Libbe in Des Moines.

Becky McCray on the radio with Michael Libbe in Des Moines

Online Media Interviews and Mentions:

University publications

Guest Posts Around the Web:

Global Podcast interviews:

Global Blog Interviews and Mentions:


Print Book Co-author

Becky McCray signing her book at BlogWorld Expo.

Small Town Rules: How Big Brands and Small Businesses Can Prosper in a Connected Economy, by Barry J. Moltz and Becky McCray, 2012, published by Que/Pearson Publishing Company

  • Winner, Small Business Book Awards 2013
  • Winner, NFIB’s Best Small Business Books Published in 2012

Contributor to Print Books

Mentioned or featured in additional print books

eBooks author

Mentioned in or contributed to additional eBooks

Cited in international research and academic publications

  • Rural Town Development: A Case Study of Gort, County Galway, National University of Ireland, Galway, School of Geography and Archaeology, dissertation by Christopher Fahey, 2016
  • Their Needs and Thoughts: Results of the Fifth Biennial Small Business Needs Assessment, Center for Rural Affairs’ Rural Enterprise Assistance Project, by Dena R. Beck, 2016
  • Main Street Revitalization Effort for the Village of Union, Nebraska, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, report by Taylor A. Cox, 2013
  • Social Media & The Entrepreneur, Indiana University – Bloomington, research and report by Dominique Black, Matthew Cheng, and John Sibo, 2012

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