Hello everyone! here is the latest in our #BareNecessities series. The press release is dead, long live the press release. And so begins the perennial debate – is the press release still relevant in today’s digital world? But speak to
We’ve been slicing and dicing the stats on social media at Bare PR. Taking a closer look at Twitter and how it influences local debate. And Croydon’s leading role in London Tech week gave us the perfect opportunity to get
Your website is your ‘shop window’. It’s often the first thing your customers will see, the moment they form an opinion and when they decide whether to buy. Your shop window must say hello, come on in, we’ve got something
SEO is seen as the holy grail of marketing. Who doesn’t hanker after the top spot on Google? However, for many small and medium sized businesses it’s a murky and confusing world. Not to mention something they haven’t got the
Welcome to our first guide in the #BareNecessities series. Newsletters are a large part of our inbox. A very large part. Buy clothes, food, insurance or train tickets for example and you can be pretty sure an e-newsletter will follow.
One of the first questions we ask when working with clients is ‘Who is your target market?’ And often the answer is ‘everyone’. We completely understand why. Many businesses, from the young and ambitious, to those that are struggling in
Most businesses these days have a solid social media strategy in place. But how many consider how their own staff fit into this? And by this we mean actually give it some serious thought. The ‘bury my head in the
So, did you feel annoyed at any point today? The chances are you did. Listening to the news, travelling to work. It certainly seems like there’s a lot of anger about these days. And nowhere is that more apparent than