We help clients obtain quality coverage in national, regional and niche publications and web sites. Clients benefit from our deep understanding of how media relations operate, as well as our extensive contacts with editors and reporters down the street and across the nation.
You have great stories to tell and we create content that advances your brand and your marketing goals using all available platforms, including text, video and social media. And we shape the content to make it appealing to a variety of media brands.
It takes just a tweet these days to damage your brand's reputation. We'll develop a crisis management strategy for limiting risks to your brand, as well as helping craft messaging for your employees, media and investors.
We help position our clients as leaders in their fields -- quoted in trend stories, writing contributed content, appearing on panels, giving speeches and building reputation as the go-to experts in their niche.
Social media is a critical piece of marketing today and we help design strategies for tailoring content to Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook and how to use metrics to gauge the impact of social media campaigns.
We help professionals appear in a variety of industry rankings and also prepare entries for recognition contests so that your leaders, young and old, are recognized as the stars and up-and-coming stars in their field.
George Haj is president of Haj Media, a boutique media and marketing firm specializing in media strategy and messaging for law firms, corporate clients and non-profits.
George is a Pulitzer-Prize winning editor who has worked at the nation's top news organizations and is known as a digital innovator and change agent who is focused on achieving quality work and business growth.
He worked as state editor and executive business editor at the Miami Herald and then was a top editor at the Houston Chronicle, overseeing coverage of the Enron trials, investigations into the federal judiciary and complex business issues.
He most recently served as editorial director of ALM Media, where he directed a global newsroom of more than 100 journalists and iconic brands including The American Lawyer, National Law Journal, Real Estate Forum and the Daily Business Review. While there, he transformed several brands into digital-first operations, created new products such as magazines and newsletters, and was deeply involved in the company's recognition events and data-driven rankings of law firms.
A Miami native, he attended the University of Miami and spent an academic year at Stanford University.