Interns, assemble. Starting off your career as an intern won’t be a month-long montage of you picking up dry-cleaning, doing coffee runs or covered in paper-cuts after endless piles of shredding. The role of an intern has evolved. Businesses are competing with one another to hire the best graduates to invest their time and training in. Here are some tips to help you secure the PR internship you’ve always wanted.
With continued expansion of the tech industry in Ireland, Comit takes a look at the importance of public relations, digital marketing and marketing communications in this ever-growing industry.
Imagine waking up in the morning and finding your website SEO ranking has plummeted from page 1 to page 8 or lower. A new SEO ranking factor could mean just that. Google’s new mobile friendly algorithm launched on April 21st 2015 and it carried with it important consequences for the SEO ranking of your website.
Maintaining a balance of traditional PR and digital PR in your company’s strategy is extremely important. It isn’t as delicate an operation as cooking to Heston Blumenthal’s standards, however it requires a fine level of experience, skill and knowledge in both elements of PR.
PR offers great opportunities to build a truly exciting, fast moving and dynamic career, but before you go off and book yourself onto the next Public Relations Masters programme, you might take a minute to consider if you REALLY have the right ‘stuff’ for a great career in PR.
There is a lot of competition to reach customers in the vast mall of the internet. Positive reviews and ratings can make the sales process shorter and increase the reputation and trustworthiness of your brand. This is why testimonials are an invaluable asset when it comes to encouraging people to buy your product or service.
Advertising is nothing new. There’s a whole TV show about it. Everyone is familiar with the impact a full page advertisement in a national newspaper or 30 seconds of clear messaging on a well-received radio programme has.
Welcome to the fourth instalment in our five part series covering the Digital Spectrum. This time, we discuss Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and the difference it can make to your website and your business.
Social media is not just for digital natives who document their every move in 140 characters or less.
Welcome to the second instalment of our Digital Spectrum blog series where we discuss content marketing, how it can liven up your website and increase sales potential. Figures show the average website conversion rate from content marketing users is 2.90%, so it’s worth creating strong content.