Media Relations

Media relations is synonymous with PR, but it isn’t just defined by how much time you spend talking to the press. It covers a multitude of deliverables from issuing press releases and pitching story ideas to journalists, to comprehensive media training and round-the-clock media monitoring.

With over two decades working with the media we are well versed in getting coverage in the publications that matter most to our clients; securing features with the biggest national newspapers and largest trade publications.

Credibility with the media
Getting coverage in the media garners credibility and verifies your content is both newsworthy and authoritative. Our relationship with key journalists across various outlets means we’re primed to get you noticed in the publications that matter most.
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Journalism lives in the digital space which means press coverage adds to the overall SEO footprint of an organisation. By placing coverage in high ranking publications like the Guardian and the BBC, we can enhance your visibility and ensure your company lands on page one of a Google search.
Telling your story
There is much hype about ‘storytelling’ but we don’t operate in the land of the brothers Grimm; we tell your story in a clear compelling and convincing way. That means we work hard to understand your market and your unique proposition. Most important of all we seek out the real story that will keep readers engaged, not the corporate fluff that just turns readers and journalists off. Our writing style is clear, factual and evidence based, because that’s what the press demand.

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