I have been fortunate enough to meet some incredible journalists over the years and form relationships that go far beyond what their articles may happen to reveal. My philosophy about PR has always been to simply help journalists as much as I possibly can: to make their job easier and their experiences more rich. I believe that this mantra (even if they don’t write about you this time) is a core strategy of most success in the press: help journalists before you sell yourself.
Huffington Post: Finding Your Niche, Ex-pat Style With Matt Landau
Fusion: These Guys Went From Gangsters To Tour Guides
BBC: Expats In Paradise
AFAR: The Neighborhood That’s Evolving Without The G-Word
The New York Times: Panama City Rising
The New York Times: Gang Members Find a Future in Panama
The New York Times: Mission Viejo
The New York Times: A Cultural Cornerstone
Chicago Tribune: Panama City Revival
US News & World Report: A Growing Trend Of Leaving America
Inc. Magazine: 11 Businesses You Can Start In Your Pajamas
BusinessWeek: Why Panama Is The New Florida
CNN: No Jobs In The US? I’m Moving!