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A press release (or news release or media release) is a written communication directed at the media to announce something newsworthy. They are typically emailed to editors and journalists at newspapers, magazines, radio stations and TV stations with the aim of securing positive media coverage to boost a company’s profile.Read More
We all spend a lot of time, effort and money producing podcast and video content and at ADPR we are passionate about helping our clients get the most amount of value possible from every single piece. Below are our top ideas for repurposing your content!Read More
Interviews with press can be a highly effective way to get across your business’s message and are a core component of a well-rounded PR campaign. Read on for our advice on managing a media interview, covering everything from setting it up to wrapping it up with the journalist.Read More
Utilising social media effectively for your business can really help to switch your business up a gear. If you have a particularly eye-catching or visually appealing brand, products, or services, you are missing out if you aren’t already optimising the more aesthetic social media channels such as Instagram and Pinterest. Make the most of these platforms with our easy-to-follow guide below with everything you need to know about using Instagram and Pinterest for business—from setting up your account to creating a winning strategy.Read More
We all dream of reaching our target audience through generating amazing coverage in our key media. If you want to generate purposeful press coverage for your business, you need to master the art of writing an effective news release! Primarily, you need to refine your strategy when thinking about what you want to include in your story, ensuring you have all bases covered, and have featured the attention-grabbing details that will turn a journalist’s head. But how long should a news release be? And what information must you include? We have collated a step-by-step guide to walk you through the process of drafting a captivating news release!Read More
One of the most common questions we get asked is how to write for PR purposes. In this blog we’ll walk you through the basic PR writing skills you need and how they can influence the way you come across to a range of different contacts.Read More
For some B2B brands, social media can still be seen as a secondary thought. That said, those who do take time to implement a strong social media strategy, see the benefit of engaging with their customers via social media very quickly.Read More
Whilst generating print coverage remains an important part of PR campaigns, with circulation figures for printed publications rapidly declining year on year, securing online coverage in the form of a digital PR campaign offers many significant benefits to businesses.Read More
There’s a lot of talk about content marketing and how it’s an essential element of any marketing mix, but what actually is it, and will it deliver for your business? Content marketing has been defined by the Content Marketing Institute as, “A strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and retain a clearly defined audience — and, ultimately, to drive profitable customer action.” This is actually very similar to the definition of PR, and that’s why PR and content are so now closely aligned.Read More
We are super excited to let you know that we are launching the ADPR podcast, Revitalise & Grow. We’ve been working away on it for the past few months and can’t wait to share it with you soon!Read More
Any PR agency you choose to use should tick as many as possible of the following boxes. When you've drawn up a shortlist of possible agencies, check out our helpful list below to judge whether or not they're right for you. You may also find our PR Buyer’s Guide useful – it is a comprehensive guide to finding your perfect PR partner!Read More
Nobody likes to think about a crisis happening, but most business owners will have been told about the importance of having a plan in place (just in-case!). Yet the reality is that only one in four companies admit to having one.
The word, crisis, tends to lead to thoughts of catastrophic events, but for most businesses a crisis usually involves things like financial problems, negative social media comments, technology failures, disgruntled staff or service and product issues.