Kristina Markos has been working in corporate media since 2006 and has taken businesses places they never thought they could go with her services. She has a journalist's mentality with a publicist's aggression.
Kristina has worked in advertising, marketing, business to business pr, press release management, web campaigns, and news reporting. She has a bachelor of science in journalism from Bowling Green State University where she won a first-place award for "in-depth reporting" from the Society of Professional Journalists in 2005. She also has a Master in Liberal Science degree accompanied by a Communications Studies Certificate from the University of Toledo.
She has worked in Chicago with trading firms, small financial services companies, asset managers, hedge fund managers, and technology companies. She also works as a freelance writer on several entertainment- based projects for a local entertainment media company.She understands what it means for a public relations campaign to be born as a news story and grow into a client's brand and image. Her goal is to get you in the news and accentuate your talents and attributes to the media. Kristina is a member of the Greek Media Club in Chicago, and is a lecturer at Indiana University Northwest- teaching two sections of "Business and Professional Writing."
Small Business News, Advice & Blog - Kristina Markos
Internet by Kristina Markos
What businesses think their customers want and what customers actually want are sometimes vastly different. Read on to find out how to determine what your customers really want. Read More
Marketing by Kristina Markos
So how do you get the attention you not only want, but that you deserve? Well, there are a few things that are taken into consideration when trying to share your message to your audience. Read More
Taking a small business loan can be akin to bread-and-butter for growing one’s small business. Having that extra capital could mean that you could supplement your start-up funds without loosening your cash flow.
Marketing in a social sector becomes even more challenging for Non-Government Organizations (NGO's). Here are some suggestions that work pretty well.
Make sure you’re equipped with the important answers before you even begin to increase your chances of success in the small business landscape.
Get our top stories. Subscribe today!
Submit your email to receive the latest stories and expert advice to grow your business.
Start driving online leads today!Add Your Business >>