2017 Editorial Product Placement Infographic

We’ve spent the afternoon giving our website a little refresh….hope you like it! Something new is the addition of our 2017 Editorial Product Placement Infographic on our coverage page. Totally blown away with the figures for 2017. We have generated some AMAZING coverage for our clients.

If you are a brand looking to generate more press coverage in 2018 then we’d love to talk to you! Contact our Directors, Sophie Kermani on 07739 554794, or Pippa Gibb on 07970 441046. Alternatively email hello@inthebagpr.co.uk

Cheers to Christmas!

Before the festive season sweeps us all off our feet we want to say a big,
warm, heartfelt thank you for your support throughout this year.
2017 has been a fantastic year for us here at In The Bag PR.
We cannot wait to do it all again (and more) next year!We wish you a very merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year,
and look forward to sharing more with you in 2018.

Sophie, Pippa and all the team at ITB PR xx


Welcome August!

Welcome August!
Our quote today is from Eleanor Roosevelt, “Do one thing every day that scares you.”
And this month, we’re doing just that by sharing 40 of our best lessons from our first 4 years in business. We’re getting up close and personal, so stay tuned for the series on the blog.

Whatever you have in store for August, whether it be business as usual in the summer sun, or a quieter workload while the children are on holidays, we hope you have a wonderful time!

To your success!

The team at In The Bag PR xox

We’ve Moved!

Since our founding in 2013, In the Bag PR has been constantly growing. Because of this expansion, In The Bag PR has had to move into a new office! We’ve relocated to an expanded space in Weymouth, conveniently located near the town centre between the seafront and the station. Continue Reading

What Makes A Great Hashtag?

There’s no big secret to Hashtags, really. At the most fundamental level they are used as a way to organise content (or, conversations) online. On a more creative level they are used to convey identity, emotion and humour.

Anyone can ‘create’ a hashtag by simply putting the ‘#’ sign in front of a word or phrase. But how can you tell the best ones from the duds? Continue Reading