These are a few media placements Christina has earned clients
These are a few clients Christina has had the privilege of working with
“Christina helped me land a spot in one of my dream publications – Fast Company! As a former TV reporter and anchor, Christina understands the importance of earning media to grow your brand in the biggest way.”
-Jenn Scalia, Business Coach For Online Entrepreneurs and Coaches, Best Selling Author
“Once Christina took over our account good things began to happen, like TV news interviews with major stations in Los Angeles, Orlando, Miami and Baltimore/Washington DC. Her follow-up and communication with me as client point person was superb. And her professionalism was second to none. I’d highly recommend Christina.”
-Joe Schmoke, Founder of University Research and Review
“I love all of Christina’s content. It’s so spot on and useful for people looking for media.”
-Christine Portela Calzadilla, Senior Producer at MSNBC
“Christina Nicholson is one of the most detail oriented media specialists that I have ever encountered. She ensured that tasks were prioritized and completed in a timely manner. As an account executive for a thriving restaurant brand there are fewer tasks more difficult than what Christina dealt with on a day to day basis. I would welcome the opportunity to work Christina again in the future.”
-Adam Robin, Restaurant General Manager
“We have received more attention in the past three months than over the past 23 years!”
-Lou Chiera, Founder of the Chiera Family Foundation
“After listening to Christina on the Smart Passive Income Podcast, I went over to Christina’s web page and signed up for the 10-day challenge. Though I had been working with various media sources in the past, Christina’s emails prompted me to take my game one step further- with great results!
I had organized a soup tasting event (which I called ‘The Souper Bowl’) and was hoping for media attention. In the end, two newspaper journalists came and covered the story. The tv reporter that was supposed to come got a cheery follow-up email and ended up coming to the library the next weekend to do a live interview on a different topic.
My little town has a population of 1,000 people and about the same number of farm animals, but we are located a 1/2 hour from a city of substantial size. All the journalists left the city stories to cover my little, tiny library story. Thanks so much, Christina, for that added push to persevere with local media, even when the efforts seem fruitless at times.”
-Kathie Hogan, Powassan and District Union Public Library
“I’ve worked with other PR firms in the past with limited success. Often times I would spend $1000s and would barely hear from them or maybe get one or two “hits.” When I worked with Christina, I was not prepared for what was to come. Every day I heard from that woman. She was on me, whereas the other firms I had wasted money on, I barely ever heard from and I had to keep following up with them to get them to give me something.
I think she got us around 20 “hits” in a month (online and print articles featuring our company or advice) and we had several TV appearances lined up from her. She literally kept me so busy with different media outlets that I was working almost 18 hour days to try to keep up with everything.
Also, she’s super classy and professional. I personally witnessed her professionally handle a rude reporter with ease. If you want to receive press and have someone work their rear off for you, she’s the real deal and who you want on your side. Literally, she was our PR angel that really helped to take us to the next level.”
-April Davis, Founder of Cupid’s Cronies
“Christina was able to get us on Good Morning Washington and that snowballed into a huge spot on The Today Show and a story in Runner’s World, which happens to be our main audience! We are a startup so funding has been difficult. Christina cares about the little guy.”
-Joseph Phillips, Co-Founder of Heat Running
“I heard Christina’s interview on Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn during my commute to work one morning. Christina talked about mistakes people make by not making themselves newsworthy. She also mentioned that everyone wants a good story, not an advertisement. Pitching to pitch will not work. I was moved by Christina’s examples from the interview. She also gave away a
She also gave away a Free Master Your PR Course. I wanted to try it out myself. I thought how can I create a great story and yet at the same time promote my family vlog and a few other things? I could hear Christina’s voice in my head “they want a good story and it has to be newsworthy.” I thought to myself… How can I get on local media and promote both sites?
I took what I learned from Christina and I put together a great story. It was an American Success Story. I then pitched it to a few local outlets. It didn’t take long for them to reach out to me. We made it on the front page of the Living section in our local newspaper. It was published in a Sunday edition, the same day of the Super Bowl. We were also featured on the 5pm, 6pm and 11pm news. Our story was published on their websites and their social media outlets. It was all thanks to Christina.”
, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
“Christina’s messages, insider tips, and strategies are extremely helpful. Her expertise and insight as both a public relations professional and journalist provide her a unique and valuable perspective on communications industries in general, and public relations specifically.”
-Megan Adams, UF Assistant Professor of Communication