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2010
February, 2010
Case Study Series: What’s Working in Marketing & Selling Professional Services.
Print | Press Room A Blueprint for Professional Services Reinvention: PR Maven Turns Free Services into a 6-Figure Business
2009
August 03, 2009
Bellevue businesswoman trains others in how to be media savvy
https://www.pnwlocalnews.com/east_king/bel/business/52227137.html
July 13, 2009
Nancy Juetten Debuts “Bye-Bye Boring Bio Action Guide” to Support Business Owners in Telling Their Stories So Others Will Listen
https://bellevuebusinessjournal.com/tag/nancy-juetten/
June 24, 2009
Home-based Workers Make Some Adjustments – Associated Press
https://www.news-sentinel.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090724/BUSINESS/907240336
2008
April, 2008
Use your web biography to garner more clients
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2008/04/28/smallb4.html
March, 2008
The big importance of community newspapers
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2008/03/24/smallb4.html
February, 2008
Break through media clutter to get your story out
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2008/02/25/smallb3.html
January, 2008
Got an interview? Get your sound bite in order
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2008/01/21/smallb4.html
January 22, 2008

Eight Seattle Dates are Added for 2008 Publici-Tea™ Half-Day Training Events

(Bellevue, WA (OPENPRESS) January 22, 2008 — Seattle area business owners eager to learn the nuts and bolts of do-it-yourself publicity are rushing to sign up for the Publici-Tea™ half-day training events hosted by work-in-the-trenches publicist, Puget Sound Business Journal “Media Savvy” newspaper columnist, and Authentic Visibility Publicity Toolkit author Nancy S. Juetten. Juetten is the owner of Nancy S. Juetten Marketing Inc., an award-winning boutique public relations and information products agency in business since February of 2001.
“The first three Publici-Tea™ event dates in November, December and January quickly sold out, so I’ve added eight more 2008 dates to accommodate demand among local business owners,” Juetten said. The dates are: March 14, April 18, May 16, June 13, September 12, October 17, November 14, and December 12, 2008. Each event can accommodate 11 guests. More event details are posted at www.publici-tea.com.
“These events offer nitty-gritty, direct-from-the-trenches guidance, access to my media contact rolodex, and plenty of practical and creative insights to make it easier for business owners to earn their own publicity,” Juetten explained. “And, with a limited number of guests per event, each enjoys plenty of personal attention,” she added.
“I have found that business owners are hungry to learn how to earn their own publicity without spending a fortune or spinning their wheels,” Juetten said. “The combination of hands-on training, print and audio materials, Biscot-Tea™ (www.biscottea.net), and chocolate (www.seattlechocolates.com) at the Publici-Tea™ events is really meeting a need among business owners, inviting strong participation, and earning rave reviews among men and women alike,” she said.
Juetten created the Authentic Visibility Publicity Toolkit in July of 2006 with the intention to empower business owners across the USA with useful, time-tested, and proven publicity tactics to support their success. When the toolkit debuted for sale on the company website, it included two easy-to-read tips booklets with 147 ways to boost business and profits from free publicity, along with a 60-page workbook with examples of pitch letters, press releases, and other worksheets to bring about more local publicity success with greater ease
In September of 2007, Juetten upgraded the kit to include audio CD’s and a special bonus report to make it easy for business owners to pitch an article topic the media can’t resist. She also launched the authenticvisibility.com blog to offer regular commentary, tips and stories to empower small business success. Blog traffic has been escalating steadily, along with Authentic Visibility ezine subscriptions, Internet sales for the Authentic Visibility Publicity Toolkit, and Publici-Tea™ event registrations.
One of Juetten’s publicity advice columns will be published in 400 newspapers across the USA on January 23, 2008 in the Small Business Professor column (https://www.smallbusinessprof.com/) distributed by the Scripps Howard News Service with a direct link to her blog. “I can’t wait to see the impact this national exposure creates for interest in the Authentic Visibility information products and Publici-Tea™ training events,” Juetten said.
More about Nancy S. Juetten:
Nancy S. Juetten is a work-in-the-trenches publicist, newspaper columnist, speaker, and the author of the Authentic Visibility Publicity Toolkit that helps business owners everywhere get seen, heard, and celebrated in their own backyards … and beyond through the power and impact of free publicity. Her corporate clients include Affirmagy, Olympic Hot Tub Company, Seattle Chocolate Company, and Working with Power LLC. Her do-it-yourself publicity blog helps business owners with limited budgets achieve the same results under their own power.

2007
December, 2007
Online tools to use to promote your business
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2007/12/17/smallb3.html
November, 2007
Free publicity when you become a published author
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2007/11/19/smallb4.html
October, 2007
Print | Press Room Make it easier to tell your story with a press kit
Puget Sound Business Journal.
September, 2007
Print | Press Room Getting publicity for your business on the cheap
Puget Sound Business Journal.
August 02, 2007

Nancy Interviewed by Weekend Entrepreneur Blog

Check out the August 2 story and visit Weekend Entrepreneur blog often for inspiration & resources to support your success.

July 11, 2007

Nancy Juetten named as finalist for the Women Business Owners’ Member of the Year Award.

Read about this honor at the BellevueReporter.com: Bellevue publicist takes her own PR advice

March 13, 2007

Bellevue-Based Work from Home Business Owner
Nancy S. Juetten
Earns MVP Status from Work at Home Moms Talk Radio

(Bellevue, WA – March 13, 2007) — Nancy S. Juetten of Bellevue, WA, owner of Nancy S. Juetten Marketing Inc. and Authentic Visibility, earned a place on the Most Valuable Player list from Work at Home Moms Talk Radio (www.wahmtalkradio.com).
There is a large and thriving online community of mothers who have developed careers and businesses that allow them to work at home. Listeners of Work at Home Moms Talk Radio were asked to nominate those who have been the Most Valuable Player in their business circles. Over 500 nominations were submitted from station listeners across the nation. Each shared how the nominee helped her succeed or provided much needed support. The judges narrowed the field of winners to those who received at least five individual nominations to earn the WAHM MVP recognition. Winners will be interviewed on the Work at Home Moms Talk Radio show and receive a bundle of valuable prizes to help them take their growing businesses to the next level.
“Having found a way to make a great living doing work I love for quality companies with great stories to tell while raising a young family is among my proudest life accomplishments. That my clients and colleagues recognize my contributions to their success means the world to me,” Juetten said.
Juetten owns and operates Nancy S. Juetten Marketing Inc.(www.nsjmktg.com) , a public relations and marketing communications agency that helps business owners get seen, heard, and celebrated in their own backyards and beyond via the impact and credibility of free publicity. Juetten is also the author of the Authentic Visibility Publicity Toolkit (www.mediasavvytogo.com) that empowers business owners to earn their own publicity without spending a fortune or spinning their wheels.
Juetten started her public relations and marketing communications business in 2001 when her son Kyle was just three years old. Her goal was to earn enough money to buy better groceries, and now her company has grown into a thriving corporation serving quality companies with great stories to tell, and she is too busy to cook. Olympic Hot Tub Company (www.olympichottub.com) , Delicious Planet (www.delicious-planet.com) , and Charter Bank (www.charterbankwa.com) are among Juetten's clients, along with hundreds of Authentic Visibility Publicity Toolkit buyers across the nation. Fan mail from happy clients demonstrates Juetten's impact on others. For example:
“I completely owe our article placement success to you as you have provided us a wealth of information these past few years from which we have truly benefited. Thanks for always being our advocate and for supporting what we do. We are thrilled to be a part of what you do and look forward to this relationship growing!”
Mary Sult, Marketing Coordinator, Falco+Sult, www.falcosult.com
“My conversations with Nancy Juetten have jump-started my own publicity efforts. In February, my photo and ‘My First Job' story were featured in the Job Market section of the Sunday Seattle Times, generating phone calls and emails from top leaders in the Seattle financial services and automotive industries. Specific language Nancy shared during our first conversation now serves as the starting point for radio interviews. Since I have posted this interview on our Website, they have generated quality leads and meaningful new business conversations with clients. Nancy's insights, information, and energy pack a punch, and I highly recommend her and her Authentic Visibility Publicity Toolkit for anyone serious about building the buzz and growing to the next level.”
Mike Seifert, Partner, GoMobile Advertising, www.gomobileadvertising.com
Dear Nancy, I wanted to take a moment and express my sincere thanks for such a productive one hour consultation. Purchasing your “brain cells” was such a positive and engaging experience. I was typing so fast that I had three full pages of notes! Nancy you should be proud of all you've accomplished. I'm grateful for the opportunity to put this valuable information to use in my mortgage business. I'm excited to refer you to other professionals, colleagues or individuals. My sincere thanks! I know my mortgage business will even be more top notch.
Lori Hastings, Home Stone Mortgage, www.homestonemortgage.com
Thea Sand followed a tip Nancy shared in a prior ezine. She got in touch with Seattle Post-Intelligencer Retail Reporter Craig Harris to tell him that her company, Emmanuel's Rug and Upholstery Cleaning, was preparing to celebrate its 100th business anniversary. They exchanged information. A photographer visited her store. A retail profile ran in the business section of the paper on March 10, 2007, and here is the link: https://seattlepi.nwsource.com/business/306861_retail10.html . Sand is thrilled. “I've been looking at publicity versus advertising for a while and never thought I could implement it. Thank you so much Nancy.”
The other 2007 WAHM MVPs are:
Tina Shaw, www.singleparentbible.com.au
Stacey Kannenberg, cedarvalleypublishing.com
Nicole Dean, showmomthemoney.com
Nell Taliercio, telecommutingmoms.com
Linda Byerline, happyheinys.com
Kelly Sons, managedmayhem.squarespace.com
Jennifer Dugan, duganstravels.com
Cindy Rushton, cindyrushton.com
Diane Lawrence and Dawn Fischer, inspiranzadesigns.com
Cheryl Demas, wahm.com
Kristie Tamsevicius, webmomz.com
Melissa Khalinsky, businessmums.com
Sue Guiher, successcirclecoaching.com
Susie Glennan, thebusywoman.com

2005
November 28, 2005

Communications Tips

Print | Press Room Marketing Yourself? Put Your Best Face Forward
Puget Sound Business Journal.

2004
May, 2004

Employee Communication Articles

Print | Press Room Communicate benefits story well to help staff “get it”
Puget Sound Business Journal.

2003
January, 2003

Employee Communication Articles

Print | Press Room Employees desire health benefit plan information
Puget Sound Business Journal.

2002
February, 2002

Employee Communication Articles

Print | Press Room How to prepare employees for rising health-care costs
Puget Sound Business Journal.

2001
August, 2001

Employee Communication Articles

Print | Press Room Successful employee communication can happen
Puget Sound Business Journal.