Get in the Press
If you want to be an industry leader PR can help. If you like the sound of ‘as seen in The Telegraph’ PR is the answer. Being in the press promotes credibility and success.
From being quoted as an expert, to having your story told, to getting products/services recommended by the press, we can be your way in, through proactive and reactive PR.
Proactive PR covers the ‘Traditional’ PR elements of storytelling, in that it usually requires a press release being issued to the media to explain and position your PR story. This works perfectly if you have a new announcement to make, news to share, or something to celebrate.
Our Reactive PR service is called ‘On the Lookout’ PR and this is a great way to dip your toe into PR or top up your existing PR coverage. It connects you with real time journalist PR requests, helping you get quoted as an expert in your industry or getting your products featured in national media.
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