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With so many online social networks and communities including LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Google+ and countless forums, it can be a daunting task to manage your digital communications effectively.

In the business world, you also can’t underestimate the power of social media when it comes to your brand and corporate reputation.

Comit understands the intricacies of social media for B2B technology companies and works with clients to build their social media strategies and online engagements. We're there to protect and promote our clients brands in the complex world of social networks. For some, this means we provide advice, support and training. For others, we provide fully outsourced services, creating stimulating content and sharing it with all the right people in the right places.

Ensure your business is not left behind as social media continues to grow in popularity and influence. Comit can safely and expertly manage your communications across all relevant social networks and communities.

 

"Comit is helping us to further engage key decision makers through digital media channels such as our blog, Twitter and LinkedIn.”   Chas Moloney, Ricoh

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The Amazon approach: Using PR for product design

By Catherine Thursday, 28th February 2019 | 0 comments
So many technology companies hoping to follow in the footsteps of industry giants like Amazon don’t realise that one of the secrets to their success is using PR to write the press release before designing the product.
With the awards season in Hollywood in full swing, we thought we would reflect upon the ways businesses can leverage industry awards. There are numerous benefits to being shortlisted or winning an industry award, from media coverage to employer branding. Below, we’ve outlined some of the advantages that come from winning an industry award, as well our six top tips and tricks to secure a spot on that coveted shortlist.

8 more public relations books for PR professionals (Part two)

By Catherine Coffey Wednesday, 30th January 2019 | 0 comments
                      8 more public relations books for PR professionals (Part two) Despite all of the technological advances that have taken place in recent years, books still remain a key resource for understanding what’s going on in an industry. We outlined some of the best reading materials for staying up-to-date with the communications and PR world in our blog - 8 books for PR Professionals. Given the pace at which things in the public relations industry move, we thought we’d share some additional recommendations that will keep you in the loop with the latest insights from both professionals and academics. Here are eight of the best PR books to add to your reading list.

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