Ann-Marie Nieves – 2020
Ann-Marie Nieves, Principal and founder of Get Red PR, is an award-winning communicator who has worked, over that last 20 years, across a broad range of industries in both the business-to-consumer and business-to-business sectors. She has experience within all communications platforms including public relations, social media, copywriting, content development, website development, branding, advertising and community relations.
Ann-Marie is a communications generalist grounded in traditional media and proficient in accessing the marketing power of social media. Within traditional outlets, she has garnered placements in media as diverse as: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, NPR, Fitness, Parade, Working Mother, Fox Business Network, Life & Style, InStyle, E!, New York Magazine, Bustle, Refinery 29, The Daily Beast and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Each of Ann-Marie’s clients benefits from her focused attention, strategic approach to marketing communications and public relations, individualized service, and her understanding of the ways in which business with limited budgets can access the power of PR. She has created unique and targeted campaigns for clients in industries as diverse as: non-profit, health, pets, music, real estate, food, green, books/authors, beauty, entertainment and education. Prior to founding Get Red PR, she held senior-level positions with Shea Communications, Hamilton Ink and Giles Communications. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literature from Purchase College. Get Red PR is based in New York City. For more, visit areyoured.com.
The Power of PR – Effective Strategies in Today’s Competitive Market
Join four veteran book publicists for a spirited conversation about what’s new and effective in book publicity. These veteran publicists have worked with books in every genre, so no matter what kind of book you’ve written, this advice will be invaluable for you and your book. Our panelists will discuss top trends in PR, what works and what doesn’t, how to hone your message, realistic expectations of PR, advice for authors who can’t afford to hire a publicist, and much more.
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