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We don't have the experience and culture that fits every company.

Therefore, we're happy to point you in other directions. Please be sure to share that Jason Mudd and Axia referred you.
If you're a small business, you may want to hire a freelancer or a "solo PR firm" that specializes in small businesses.
Here are some quick referral recommendations:

1. Local associations publish a list of PR pros and agencies
• Search Public Relations Society of America's solo PR firms and PR agencies directory
• Contact your local PRSA chapter for a list of PR pros and firms
2. Ascendant Group
Kirill Storch and his team specialize in working with CEOs, entrepreneurs, authors, nonprofits, and small businesses.
kirill@ascendantstrategy.net | 302-450-4494
3. Annie Jennings PR
Annie has specific packages for entrepreneurs, authors, nonprofits, and small businesses.
4. Suzanne Lynn Cheesman, Triangle Media/Give My Book Wings
Suzanne specializes in packages for authors.
Todd is really good at developing media coverage for unique products and services.
Your PR Firm specializes in quick and affordable PR campaigns for small businesses.
Monitors, improves, and promotes online reviews 
How much should you invest in PR?
  • Small companies typically invest 1-10% of their annual revenue on PR.
  • “No revenue” startups obviously must invest differently.
  • The more revenue companies have, the more dollars they invest in PR.
  • However, the percentage of their revenue invested in PR decreases (to as little as 0.01-2%) as their revenues reach several millions and even billions.

We hope this information helps you in your endeavors. 

When you contact these organizations
Please drop our name by saying:
          "Jason Mudd at Axia Public Relations referred me to you."
• We would appreciate it, and it may help you too.


- Jason Mudd
Axia Public Relations