• Austin Rotter

    Public Relations in New York

  • About Austin Rotter

    Austin Rotter is a skilled professional whose experience working in public relations spans more than a decade. Throughout his time in the industry, he has developed a specialization in working with promising startups, Fortune 1000 businesses, and tech companies in periods of hypergrowth. Above all, Austin prides himself on his insight and perseverance, helping him bring the best strategies and solutions to all of his clients.

    To relax and destress from his busy career, Austin Rotter loves to spend time with his wonderful family. Together with his wife and their perfect daughter, they like to explore all of the sites, cuisines, and experiences that Hoboken has to offer.

    Austin is also a huge sports fan who has enjoyed watching baseball, football, basketball, and hockey. Hailing from the New York region, he is a fan of any sports team from the region, particularly the Mets, the Jets, the Knicks, and the Rangers.

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    Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and Technology Insights.

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  • Austin Rotter's Featured Articles

    Learn more about Austin Rotter and his expertise on media relations, branding, and media strategy.

    The benefits of cloud solutions for small and medium-sized businesses are remarkable.

    Austin Rotter, the acclaimed media strategist shares his thoughts on LinkedIn's growth strategy.

    What are the best tips to make LinkedIn your champion marketing channel? Here's your answer.

    With all the data sources available to brands and marketers, is zero-party data actually the most valuable insight?

    "Growth is associated with additional costs as it increases the expenditures, that's why I suggest SMBs opt for cloud computing because it requires fewer resources.

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