Our team of agents, communicators, and digital experts have served U.S. Presidents, Cabinet officials, business leaders, media figures, members of Congress, and New York Times bestselling authors.
You can’t communicate a message without first having a strategy. We tailor each message to the client, brainstorming the right combination of ideas that will communicate your message, in a book, an issue campaign or as a response to a crisis. With our extensive media experience– from writing op-eds, speeches, books, and white papers, to creating websites, driving publicity and building social media campaigns, Javelin offers its clients the versatility and experience few others can.
We help you translate your ideas into words, keeping your voice and tone as only trained speechwriters can. Our veteran wordsmiths have drafted speeches delivered from the Oval Office, the Pentagon podium, and the floor of the U.S Senate. Our op-eds have been published in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Books we have written or co-authored have appeared at the top of bestseller lists.
Any story needs a platform. From website development, to social media strategies, to design, coding, web video, microsite campaigns, and infographics, we use the Internet to tell your story. At other firms, a social media strategy falls to the most junior members of the staff. We don’t think of digital as an additional service we provide. It permeates everything we do.
It’s one thing to have the right message; it’s another to ensure it’s heard. With a network including hundreds of journalists, pundits, bloggers, and major media figures, we have the tools to bring your message to the right audience. As a result, our clients have enjoyed access to the nation’s top publications, radio shows, and television shows, covering dozens of networks, every region of the country, and millions of viewers.
Buzzfeed’s McKay Coppins has a pretty thorough rundown of conservative publishing this morning, including a quote from yours truly. I’d still venture that the state of publishing, and specifically conservative publishing, is less dire than Buzzfeed paints. There will be 400,000 books published in the U.S. this year alone. Add that to another [...]View Post