Yes, you read that correctly! We’re starting to get into the Christmas spirit here at In The Bag PR, even though we’re only a week into July.
In fact, we’re feeling so festive that we’re considering setting up the xmas tree a few months early… Maybe…
July is a significant month for product brands, as journalists are eagerly preparing their December features. If you want to boost your sales and exposure this festive season, now’s the time to do it!
Spoiler alert: all is not lost 🙂 Continue Reading
PR is still a big unknown – and sometimes a big mystery – for many businesses. And with so many unanswered questions, sometimes it’s easier to do nothing for a while than it is to move forward.
Sound familiar? 🙂
In this post, we answer all the questions you may be too scared (or embarrassed!) to ask about PR. You’ll find this useful if you’re a brand new business or if you’re looking to move your existing strategy to the next stage.
Why do some brands get all the coverage when there’s nothing overly ‘special’ about them… especially in comparison to you?!
What’s their secret?
This week on the blog, we’re looking at why your competitors may be getting more coverage than you… and what you can do about it!
Are you holding yourself back from making PR contacts because you’re scared of the process you need to follow in order to get results?
Well, fear not: this week we’re looking at 4 easy ways to connect with media and journalists to start landing coverage for your brand.
Prior to the rise of sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Advertising, Marketing, and PR were three very distinct business disciplines. Fast forward to 2017 with the explosion of social media, and they’ve merged to be the unstoppable force we know today!
WHAT IS SOCIAL PR?
In a nutshell, Social PR is all about leveraging the power and reach of Social Media to connect with new audiences and get more people talking about you, more often.
In The Bag PR has received Recommended Agency Status by the Recommended Agencies Register (RAR) for the third year running. RAR is part of The Drum’s service to help guide brands when choosing agencies to work with.
Yes, you read it right – we said ‘Summer!’ When it comes to PR – *especially* seasonal PR – the earlier you start planning, the better. Continue Reading
A small, independent Dorset business – or a business anywhere, for that matter – can go from courting the local audience to widespread, national coverage in 3 simple steps: