Emily Johnson


Emily Johnson

Taylor Johnson Public Relations

“For Taylor Johnson, it’s all real estate, all the time,” says Emily Johnson, president of Taylor Johnson Public Relations. “Although most public relations and marketing firms have a diverse client base, we are 100 percent real estate, and always have been. This continuity has led to an ever-expanding real estate knowledge base and an empathy with the people who make it happen.”

“The communication industry has undergone changes unlike any other industry, but Taylor Johnson thrives on the challenges of change,” she explains. “We are devoted to and excited by communication technology, and one of our ongoing challenges and goals is to stay ahead.”

From its early embrace of social media to its popular “TJ TALK” e-blast that is read by real estate professionals across the country, Johnson says the company is always on the lookout for fresh ways to
market its clients.

Long lasting relationships and decades of experience, Johnson says, has made Taylor Johnson a “barometer” of the real estate industry, one that is perfectly in-tune with the industry’s hottest trends.

“The rental sector is hot right now,” Johnson says. “As a result, we represent several multifamily developers, property management companies and apartment locator services, such as Related Midwest, Fifield Companies, RMK Management/M&R Development, Marquette Companies, Fulton Grace Realty and Luxury Living Chicago, to name a few.”

Johnson has worked in every aspect of the company’s public relations business, climbing the ladder to her present position as president of the firm. And Taylor Johnson is proud to say that the company still has its very first client – Lexington Homes, which started with the firm 36 years ago. Along with its absolute commitment to customer service, Johnson credits her company’s results-driven approach for its ability to retain clients and bring on new clients, who rely on Taylor Johnson’s experience and relationships to help build their business.

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