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Corporate Reputation

The strength and status of your organisation’s reputation is of great importance in today’s business environment.

Corporate communications are an essential vehicle for growing brand value, increasing revenues and building credibility with all stakeholders, whether it’s customers, investors, government bodies, employees or business partners. 

In an increasingly global marketplace with so many customer touchpoints, offline and online, it’s crucial that your reputation and brand is managed expertly. At Comit, we have worked closely with many of the world’s most successful technology companies and this has provided us with invaluable insight and knowledge about how to securely manage corporate reputations. We use this expertise and know-how to best effect for all our clients, regardless of their size.

 

“The results have impressed our stakeholders and have contributed to a much higher level of awareness of business angel investing at a national level.”   Michael Culligan, HBAN  

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5 online resources for Irish PR professionals

By Catherine Coffey Friday, 29th November 2019 | 0 comments
PR in Ireland is a fast-paced industry. With the dawn of digital and an ever-changing Irish media landscape, it can be challenging to stay abreast of all that’s going on.

How PR helps SEO

By Catherine Coffey Wednesday, 27th November 2019 | 0 comments
A recent survey of Google searchers found that three quarters (75%) of respondents don’t pass the first page of Google results to find an answer to their query. Many of these clicks are being made by your potential buyers, maybe even your current customers. To stay competitive and generate leads, therefore, businesses need to ensure that they are on the first page of Google. The surprise for many is that PR – when done using proper SEO techniques – can be the most powerful tool to enable companies nab many of the influential links on Google’s first page.    

What are the different types of PR?

By Luke Thursday, 31st October 2019 | 0 comments
PR is used to help an organisation cultivate a good relationship with its publics and maintaining a positive relationship with stakeholders is crucial to the success of every organisation. If the public perspective of a company is negative, people will look elsewhere and avoid using its products or services.

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