Hi, I'm Michael Kleiner,

Michael Kleiner's Bio:

Just by our name -- Michael Kleiner Public Relations and Web Site Design -- you can see how we believe public relations and web sites are integrated and integral parts of your business. We provide one-stop shopping, keeping your professional image and brand identity consistent.. We work primarily with authors, small businesses and excel in milestone and special events publicity with an excellent record in media placement. Michael Kleiner is an award-winning author himself, of a memoir, Beyond the Cold: An American's Warm Portrait of Norway, so he brings his experience and reputation in PR and being an author to the table. We offer blogs to e-mail marketing to e-commerce options to web sites formatted for mobile devices and more. And all priced not to break your budget. Public relations and promotions are not a cookie-cutter field. It takes creativity, imagination and thinking outside the box to know what angle will interest which reporters, whom to target, and what cross-promotions can be utilized. Research and marketing plans are utilized. We strive to live up to our tagline: "Making the Unknown Known."

Specialties: "Out-of-the box" ideas, public relations strategies, press releases that gain attention and placement Marketing plans Researches best media possibilities Special events, national campaigns a specialty Web sites with content and thematic graphics Affordable rates and services including domain registration, hosting, blogcasts, e-mail marketing, e-commerce, traffic stats, web sites for mobile devices "Making the Unknown Known"

2003 The Communicators Award of Excellence in Feature Writing

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Michael Kleiner's Interests & Activities:

Mt. Airy Business Association, 2000-2009; President 2006, 2007 (2 years); Vice President (1); Secretary (5); Board member (9); Co-founded Small Office Home Office group. (2003 Home-Based Business Advocate Award from the U.S. Small Business Administration for Southeastern Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania and Region III (PA, DE, MD, VA, WV, DC)). Involved in process of establishing Mt. Airy as a Business Improvement District (BID). BID Board (2006-2008); Public Relations Society of America--national and Philadelphia chapter (2000-present) and its Independent Practitioners Alliance; Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia 2008-Present; Planning Committee for SBN's Social Venture Institute (2011, 2012 (panelist), 2013); Jewish Children's Folkshul (student 1967-74; teacher 1984-88; parent 2006-Present; Co-Chair Social Action Committee 4 years, member 7; Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations of North America, Co-founder teen section (1976), young adult component (1980s); participated in organizing several of CSJO's annual conferences; keynote speaker three times; workshop facilitator several times; PR when conference in Philadelphia