Who We Are: Nancy Juetten
From Desperate Housewife to PR Diva
Nancy's public relations consulting, publicity coaching, and information products business started in February of 2001 with a desire to earn enough money to buy better groceries. Today, Nancy is fortunate to enjoy a full book of business with amazing clients with great stories to tell, and she is too busy to cook. She enjoys working with clients doing business in the "comfort and joy" niche whose products, services, or ideas one day have the magic to invite Oprah Winfrey's attention. Seattle Chocolate Company, Affirmagy, Olympic Hot Tub Company, and La Panzanella are examples.
PR Expert, DIY Publicity Toolkit Author, and More
Nancy invests most of her time in the media trenches to bring favorable, local media attention to the winning ways of a group of select clients across the Puget Sound region of Washington State. As an experienced, talented, and passionate publicist and storyteller, she knows who to call and what to say to capture the attention and interest of writers and editors around town and well beyond.
She is also the author of the Media-Savvy-to-Go
publicity toolkit that helps publicity-seeking business
owners everywhere get seen, heard, and celebrated
in their own backyards. Nancy writes a monthly "Media
Savvy" newspaper column for the Puget Sound
Business Journal, blogs about DIY publicity regularly
speaks often to audiences of publicity-seeking business
owners, and teaches a very popular Publici-Tea™
workshop just about monthly that earns rave reviews.
How Nancy's Qualifications and Career Experience Serve You:
Getting phones to ring, creating media buzz, building credibility, and fostering collaborative, enjoyable relationships with clients, virtual staff, and the media are what Nancy's efforts are all about. Her high integrity, journalistic and enthusiastic approach to storytelling has helped build trusted relationships with many influential reporters and editors in the Puget Sound region and beyond. Representing the public relations and communications interests of some of the Northwest's leading organizations is an honor and a privilege.
Before launching her business, Nancy invested a lot of years working in marketing/promotion/publicity positions at some of the nation’s leading fast food restaurants. She even worked as a marketing consultant for one of Seattle’s premier broadcasting companies. In this role, she gained an up-close-and-personal understanding of the power of television and radio to build business and buzz for companies of all sizes and types. For many years, Nancy spent most of her waking hours figuring out ways to help busy people get what they wanted quickly and affordably so they could get fast on their way. Those lessons still inform her work today.
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