About Marc Brailov
Marc Brailov has an extensive track record -- +20 years -- of noteworthy success in all dimensions of global PR, corporate communications, marketing and media relations, working for organizations both very large (i.e., General Motors, MCI and Ameritech) and very small (i.e., startups and nonprofits). He also has specialized expertise and experience in crisis communications, online branding and political and public policy communications.
He's obtained press coverage -- and serving as a spokesperson -- during his career in such top-tier media as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNBC-TV, The Los Angeles Times, CNN, Financial Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, Business Week/Bloomberg, Dow Jones, Barrons, National Public Radio, Forbes, AP, UPI, Investor's Business Daily, and in leading trade publications.
He's also an exceptional, very polished writer, a former speechwriter for the National Cable TV Association and a certified member of the International Association of Professional Writers and Editors. He has had op-eds and articles published both under his own name and ghostwritten in such prominent media as The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today, as well as in trade publications.
Having spent much of his career in the technology industry -- where "Geek Gab" runs rampant -- he's highly skilled at distilling arcane language into compelling, succinct headlines and messaging. He's trained executives and PR staff alike on the fine points of good, effective PR writing.
He's produced successful press releases; white papers; vision papers; social media video scripts; speeches; marketing books; web site content, including tag lines and identity statements; ads; blogs; and other PR and branding material.
His portfolio site can be found here.