April tends to be one of those busier times for media activity, with the year in full swing and...Read More
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March brings us the beginning of Autumn, making seasonal content timely. It also sees many people beginning to prepare for Easter on April 12 and the upcoming holidays.
In the interim, a host of awareness days occur in March including International Women’s Day, while the entire month features a focus on women’s history, foster care and epilepsy.
In fact March sees things really begin to ramp up on the media calendar.
Renowned as the month of love, February sees business begin to gear up for the year ahead. This is the perfect month to offer business tips, forecasts and educational content, while also considering the fact that the end of summer is nigh.
Meanwhile, households are getting back into the swing of the school year, finances and routine, making this a great time for a wealth of tips and hacks.Read More
Welcome to 2020 and a bright new year of media opportunity ahead. The first month of the year tends to start quietly in as news outlets give their staff a well-earned break.
On the flipside, that means right about now the media is actively seeking interesting stories, many of which involve predictions for the year ahead or happy human interest fillers.Read More
December starts with a flurry of activity but ends on a relatively quiet note as the media and business wind down for Christmas.
The latter half of December is a great time to present human interest stories, make predictions for the next year and jump aboard the Christmas trend as the media scrounges around for stories at this time of year.Read More
November sees us really begin to hone the focus on Christmas as business prepares for the holiday...Read More
When it comes to busy media months of the year, September ranks high on the list. This month sees a focus on spring as attention also begins to turn to upcoming events like Halloween and Christmas.
In between, there are also a wealth of awareness days while the general news cycle is in full swing.Read More
A headline can be the make or break of your media release, so it is key / essential to make sure your headline catches the reader’s attention so they read on.
Headlines should be short and snappy, attention grabbing and include points from your release and sum up your subject and why it is newsworthy.Read More
This month sees us emerge from the doldrums of winter as just a sneak peek of spring creeps through. That makes spring content very timely, along with topics that speak to the future like career advice, study and health.
In the interim, business and politics are in full swing and the property market is readying to heat up for the tradition that is spring selling season.Read More
Journalists are the key to having your story conveyed. To successfully work with the media, we need to understand that journalists live in an ever-changing world of deadlines and demands which can all alter in an instant. What was destined to lead the front page in the morning may have changed numerous times by noon as events occur and announcements are made.Read More
July is all about the start of a fresh financial year. That means business is in the spotlight as...Read More
Traditional media is the print, TV and radio; from your daily news to your monthly magazines and news features.The digital era has seen the media grow, diversify and morph into the online world. Online media means that the news is now more social. The reach is wider and your audience is more accessible than ever. Public Relations is all about relating your business to the public: telling your story, building your brand and sharing your message in a way that the media and general population will relate to you and bond to and recognise your brand.Read More
In June we begin gearing up for the End of the Financial Year, reflect on both household and...Read More
Readers and journalists love stats and stats give your writing power and authority no other tool can, because they are treated as facts and real. Freed of all the squishiness and ambiguity of words, numbers and statistics are powerful pieces of evidence that can effectively strengthen any argument.So lets’ look at some tips on using Statistics to Power Up Your Message in Your Press Release.Read More
Media Connections Members often get asked to contribute guest posts or articles from their newsrooms and our member only callouts. Being a guest or a blog or contributing an article is a great media win, but there are some things to look out for when accepting that media opportunity.Read More
One of the best ways to be a go to source is to know your media, what they look for an how you can help.While the high-profile mainstream media of TV radio and print are probably the favoured candidates on your PR hit list, you also need to think outside this realm to build your profile. This involves understanding all the places where your audience seeks their news and being aware of what’s being covered, when.Read More
April sees us in the thick of the media year, and it’s a trend that continues all the way until...Read More
Summer has passed now and March is here bringing the first day of Autumn, which means the media...Read More