“If I was down to my last dollar, I’d spend it on PR,” Bill Gates. PR is one of the best ways to achieve important strategic objectives such as sales growth, customer loyalty, employer branding and brand and business value growth. Like Gates, many believe that effective PR services offer the best return on investment for marketing communications budgets.
If you are a business owner, you may be wondering why you need a PR agency in Dublin. After all, you have a great product or service. Isn't that enough? The truth is, in today's competitive market, and particularly in the fast-evolving technology sector in Ireland, it's not.
In today’s competitive business landscape, media relations can provide benefits that no other marketing activity can match. Media relations is the process of managing the relationship between an organisation and journalists or media outlets. The purpose of media relations is to create and sustain a favourable connection between an organisation and the media.
How can you ever grow your customer base and sales if your target audience doesn't know or trust your brand? A person's ability to recognise a particular company or brand is referred to as brand awareness. Establishing recognition for a business can foster trust, and this trust can make all the difference between a single transaction and a continuous stream of profits from sustained business.
Are you looking for a way to not only drive success for your business, but also make a positive impact on the environment and society? Look no further than an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy.
Your employer brand is the most important tool in your armory when it comes to attracting and retaining the best talent. The popularity of hybrid working, the rise of the four-day work week and the increase in job opportunities in Ireland towards achieving full employment, all mean that your employer brand must be a leader in your space so that you can compete for increasingly scarce talent.
“Is PR the same as marketing communications?”: a question that PR professionals are accustomed to hearing when they tell someone they work in public relations. As our world adapts to become a more digitally progressive society, the lines between PR and marketing have blurred. While PR and marketing communications have many similarities – and are often used to complement one another to achieve a similar end goal – there remain some differences.
What's it like to work in PR in Comit?Novelist Anna Sewell said it’s good people that make good places, and I couldn’t agree more. To open a door of an office and be greeted with warmth and genuine interest in your wellbeing is what makes the work-day worthwhile, and let’s face it, more enjoyable. That’s what I’ve always gotten with Comit – a warm welcome topped off with a question about how I am. It makes all the difference and I’ve been lucky to experience that in Comit.
“Yes – I’ve heard of them, they have a great reputation!” That’s what every business wants to hear about themselves, and what every PR agency wants to hear about their client. If you choose the right PR agency, it can make a huge positive impact on your business. This blog contains our top tips to help you find the right PR agency for you. You might be surprised by some.The top 10 tips for choosing the right PR agency for your business:1. Passion“Hire ‘infected’ people who love your product and are passionate about the problem you’re solving,” said Guy Kawasaki, in his amazing book, The Art of The Start. Kawasaki should know as he was the evangelist who successfully launched the Macintosh.
On May 1st, we intend to be Ireland’s first PR agency to offer a four-day week with full salary to all our teammates. We take a holistic approach to our people and by prioritising everybody’s wellbeing, we can ensure that each individual feels taken care of, engaged and full of positive energy… great for our company, great for our people, great for our clients.