For your PR investment to work, it has to be strategized by a skilled professional. A friend recently pointed me to an article written by West Coast PR pro Bob Silver. The theme of the article is clearly found in its title: “Questions any public relations pro you pay must be able to answer.”
Hmmm, a challenge? Fortunately, my firm, Relevant Public Relations LLC passed the test with flying colors. If you are uncertain about the quality of PR representation you are receiving, or perhaps hunting for a PR firm to hire, I recommend that you read Silver’s article. As he puts it:
It’s early in the New Year and here’s a question to chew on: Have you fired your public relations agency yet?
Maybe I’m being a little harsh, but at a time when corporate communications is being turned on its head, it’s fair to ask your PR agency (or in-house PR resource, for that matter) some questions. Depending on the answers, you may need to think about a change. A few questions that come to mind for me: READ MORE …
About Relevant Public Relations LLC
Relevant Public Relations LLC (Relevant PR), “Where Success is Written®,” is a New York City-based multimedia public relations and marketing company with local, national and global reach. The firm’s president, Barton Horowitz, is a SBA Champion of the Year Award winner.
Economically headquartered in the New York City borough of Staten Island, Relevant PR leads businesses, professional practices and organizations to greater heights by cost-effectively integrating all marketing and PR needs into a single efficiently run operation.
Relevant Public Relation’s custom-designed branding strategies succeed due to an innovative recipe of press releases; traditional, digital and broadcast-news distribution; social-media management; Website and blog content; e-mail marketing; commercial copywriting, and more.
Whether your enterprise requires a single press release, a multimedia campaign or the information on a company brochure or Website professionally written, edited or updated, Relevant Public Relations is the right choice.