Constantine Panagiotatos: Publicity, Content Production and Branding

Constantine Panagiotatos is a public relations professional who has worked with a plethora of clients, in order to generate publicity either for them or for their work. The job is demanding and requires an individual who is good with details and is able to speak persuasively. Both are prominent qualities in Constantine Panagiotatos, along with numerous others that put him on a higher level than other public relations professionals.

For example, when he worked as the official publicist for the ship the Trireme Olympias, Constantine Panagiotatos was able to build the ship’s “likes” on social media from a lowly 58 to over 1000 in just 3 months. This level of success is something he strives for in each of his clients and produces regularly. With Trireme Olympias, he was even able to contribute to investor relations regarding the shipping industry.

In regards to his other work, Constantine Panagiotatos has proven his ability to think creatively in order to produce unique content made specifically for each client. He has worked with entertainment and cable media accounts in the agency setting while securing media coverage on an international level. Other content Constantine Panagiotatos has produced includes press releases, quotes, ads, as well as pitches. He has been able to place clients on major networks such as Fox, as well as on popular television programs like The Late Show with David Letterman.

Constantine Panagiotatos does an extremely good job writing thorough and direct copy for the press releases meant to launch his clients, as can be seen by his work for advertising firm Psyop, Inc. He also states that many of his skills were developed through his time interning for city councilman Luke Ravenstahl, who later became Mayor of Pittsburgh. He believes it is important to develope good relationships with employers, and to learn as much as you can.

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