Tag Archives: PR advice and tips

The impact of PR on the bottom line

In response to the question about PR affecting the bottom line, I have put together this information. When trying to understand the impact of PR, you need to understand the main business goals. For example, "our overarching goal is to increase visibility outside the US with a focus on the UK" for a retail software…
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Robotics themes for 2018 for marketing and PR teams

No longer the subject only of science fiction, robots have come a long way, and 2018 brings a brand new set of challenges and implications for robotics. We are big robotics fans, especially since we launched the Robotics Seed Fund for Britbots, so we like to keep our finger on the pulse about some of…
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GDPR and PR agencies or teams

Tick tock, not long to go till the new EU data regulation comes into force. Like many in the PR community, I am one with many unaswered questions. I have gone to our media database supplier and CRM provider, who merrily tell me all will be ready for the 25 May 2018 deadline. Wanting to…
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6 reasons why your press release is garbage

Writing content for your business isn’t easy. This is particularly true when it comes to press releases. Many people may think that it is a simple case of writing up an article that gives some more information about your business, but it is more complicated than this. In fact, it is easier than you would…
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Round up of 2016 banking breaches – PR example of list use

Listicles are definitely useful to attract readers - whether they are top 10s or 5 tips, they are a great PR tool. Anyway, to help you out if you are writing about cybersecurity in the banking sector, feel free to use our list, but do give us a mention please. If you are planning to…
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