The PR Guru

April 15, 2013

COVERAGE IN TODAY’S TELEGRAPH

Good afternoon everyone.

You may be aware that we have been beavering away on an event for the logistics industry, which is happening this Wednesday in London.

Our main job has been to get bums on seats and so far more than 70 people have confirmed they will attend. They are a mixture of journalists from industry publications like Logistics Business, and firms with an interest in logistics.

We’ve also organised photography, filming, catering, venue, and some great media coverage – including this, in today’s edition of the Daily Telegraph:

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This is worth about £6000, because the article covers about 1/8th of a page, and the Telegraph charges £46000 for a full page advert.

In PR terms it’s worth about £18000, because articles like this one have three times the credibility of an advert the same size.

And there will be plenty more coverage over the next couple of weeks to go with that.

That’s what we can deliver for clients, folks! Give us a call if you’d like that kind of exposure for your business! 

#saysomethingpositive

Richard Swancott Associates provides bespoke PR and social media campaigns for businesses of all sizes and descriptions. Through their partners, they also offer search engine optimisation, email marketing, and telemarketing services.

All campaigns come with money-back guarantees, based on our performance. So if you don’t get a good return on your investment, you don’t pay anything!

For further information, contact Richard Swancott Associates on 01782 472035 or info@richardswancottassociates.co.uk.

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