Earning and Leveraging Third-Party Credibility
Brian Hart, Founder and President of Flackable, a national financial public relations and digital marketing agency joins Enterprise Radio to discuss earning and leveraging third-party credibility.
- How do you define third-party credibility? And why is it important?
- How can a business or individual generate positive reviews and endorsements?
- What does it take to win an award or get featured in the media?
- Is all publicity good publicity? Or is there a strategy behind this?
- What are the best ways to leverage third-party credibility?
Brian Hart is an American entrepreneur and founder of Flackable, a national financial public relations and digital marketing agency. The agency, which he bootstrapped in 2014 at the age of 27, now represents a national client base consisting of financial advisors, asset managers and other financial services companies. In 2015 he was recognized by Adweek and his peers as one of the PR industry’s 30 under 30.
As founder and president of Flackable, Brian is committed to helping clients reach a new level of growth by emboldening them with superior communications counsel and services. He is accountable for the planning, development and execution of dynamic communication campaigns. His efforts routinely land clients in top news outlets including The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Fox Business, Bloomberg, Forbes, Barron’s, US News & World Report, The Associated Press, Reuters and various industry trade press.
Brian is a Temple University graduate with a B.A. in Strategic Communication and a Political Science minor. He began his career as a licensed life and health insurance professional at a broad-based financial services firm in King of Prussia, PA. Prior to founding Flackable, Brian represented a number of leading financial services firms at a public relations agency in New York City and New Jersey.