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Marketing Collateral Development

Whether it’s the evolution of your existing sales and marketing collateral, or the creation of brand new collateral, Comit can help you to develop consistently good content and material.

This can include company brochures, sales literature, websites, credentials presentations, case studies and much more. We can look after every stage of collateral development from the initial briefing through creative, design, development and output.

Comit will align each piece of collateral with your marketing strategy and will ensure brand consistency across all offline and international marketing . We also have the know-how to ensure your collateral reaches and engages your customers. Our powerful content and calls to action will have them reaching for the phone to request a meeting or place a new order.

 

 

“They promised a more responsive service and better results than anybody else in the industry. I'm pleased to say they overachieved our expectations.”   Tim Murphy, Strencom

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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.

SEO: How to optimise blog content

By Comit Tuesday, 5th April 2022 | 0 comments
Understanding how to maximise SEO is an essential part of any digital PR strategy. As the media landscape has become more digital, public relations and digital marketing activities have become intertwined. Blogging should be an essential element in this.

PR agency insights: Excelling in print media interviews

By Ruth Marnell Friday, 18th February 2022 | 0 comments
It can be very hard landing that big newspaper interview opportunity, so knowing how to excel in the print interview is critical to ensuring that you get the most from it. If you have a PR agency, they should be able to prepare you to do your best, but if not, these tips should help.

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