We’re now taking expressions of interest from those of you in our community who are looking for help with amplifying your story to the world!*
PR services coming soon include:
- Press Releases and Media Relations
Understanding and articulating your story; who you are, what you do and what your purpose is. Pitching this to the relevant media – if you have news, events, achievements, press releases to suitable media will get your news heard. In the age of booming social media, everyone is a publisher, which means it’s more important than ever to feature in the right media that effectively conveys your message to your intended audience.
- Pitching to media
Monitoring and responding to relevant journalist call-outs for interviews, quotes, editorial across print, digital and radio. If done consistently, this will establish your brand as a go-to source for news, inspiration or insight and strengthens media relations.
- Blogger & Journalist familiarisations/reviews
A great PR tool designed to give journalists the opportunity to experience a service, venue, product or package. This is conducted with the intention that a journalist will then write a favourable story about their experience. Once journalists are a supporter, their readers will follow.
- Website Content
- Blog Posts: Researching, writing and uploading highly shareable blog posts to your website that convey your brand’s key messages in order to inform, educate, entertain and engage your audience. Populating your website with engaging content is an awesome way to boost Google rankings and drive traffic to your site.
- Newsletters: We are inundated with loads of content across various social media channels, which means sometimes your message can easily be lost to the newsfeed. Newsletters are a great way to deliver your message straight to the inbox of your audience and drive engagement and strengthen your community or customer base.
Photography is one of the surest ways to bring your story to life. As well as magazines, newspapers, and influential trade publications, there are so many online news sites and blogs, most of which are more likely to feature your story if you can provide quality imagery. A few facts: The brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text and 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual!
If you would like to chat about how we can help you amplify your message, email Skye at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Australia and New Zealand-based organisations only, for now.