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New client wins for Roland Dransfield

Posted by Lisa Morton

May 27, 2016 2:24:53 PM

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PR and marketing agency Roland Dransfield has announced a number of new client wins.

The Manchester-based company has out-pitched a number of agencies to successfully win significant accounts across a number of specialist sectors.

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Roland Dransfield strengthens team after a number of new client wins

Posted by Lisa

Mar 18, 2016 10:27:45 AM

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We're delighted to announce two major new client wins.

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Roland Dransfield strengthens team after new client wins

Posted by Lisa Morton

Nov 25, 2015 12:26:17 PM

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We're delighted to annnounce the appointment of two new staff members to strengthen our growing team, following a number of new client wins.

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Topics: PR, News, Roland Dransfield PR

Two new appointments to support continued growth 

Posted by Lisa Morton

Sep 22, 2015 9:43:54 AM

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We're delighted to announce the appointment of two new staff members, following several new business wins.

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Roland Dransfield appointed to Ask's Embankment Scheme

Posted by Lisa Morton

Aug 10, 2015 11:54:00 AM

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We're exceptionally pleased to announce our appointment on the forthcoming Embankment regeneration scheme in the heart of Manchester.

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Topics: News, Roland Dransfield PR, Ask Real Estate

Neglected News: Why most companies misuse their website's news section

Posted by Gerald Heneghan

Aug 20, 2014 12:59:00 PM

 

3438401204_40086c094f_o-916362-editedAlmost every company has a 'news' section on their website, but only a fraction of these are being utilised properly as a marketing asset. 

In this guide, I'll take a look at the paradigm that holds many businesses back in this regard and offer some advice on how to turn your neglected news into something worth reading, as well as an effective tool to boost your profile and SEO (search engine optimisation) in the long term. 

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Topics: Content Marketing, News, website design

PR for SMEs: What is a Press Release?

Posted by Suzy Simpson

May 30, 2014 11:00:00 AM

Press releases are the bread and butter of PR, but we in the industry can sometimes assume that everyone knows the ins and outs of this staple.
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Many SMEs, particularly those graduating from start-up status, won't have been exposed to the workings of this PR fundamental, so in this guide, we'll look at where press releases come from, how they're distributed and how they turn into coverage for a business.
 
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Topics: PR, News, Advertising, press releases, SMEs, distribution, online press

Liverpool Daily Post closure and Google+ Post Ads Launch: Why it's more important than ever to own your own content

Posted by Gerald Heneghan

Dec 12, 2013 11:47:00 AM

 

The Liverpool Daily Post's closure was announced earlier this week, marking the death of yet another beloved regional newspaper.

The Liverpool Daily Post closure contrasts a rise in socialHowever, it seems as one Post closes, another opens. And on Monday, Google rolled out a revolutionary new advertising format - +Post Ads - that take advantage of its flagship social network Google+.

In this article, we'll take a look at how these two events illustrate the changing media landscape and discuss the long-term implications for marketing and PR.

 

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Topics: Google, Technology, News, content

Help to buy scheme launches amid interest rate controversy

Posted by Lisa Morton

Oct 8, 2013 3:43:00 PM

Help to buy, the government's landmark mortgage assistance scheme, will launch its second phase today (October 8th) amid worries about high interest rates.

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Topics: News, property, government, mortgages, help to buy

Getting Your Business on TV: Have you got the X Factor?

Posted by Sarah Foulkes

Oct 2, 2013 11:11:00 AM

Getting TV exposure for your company is a bit like being a contestant on the X Factor. You're one of thousands trying to be seen and heard, and how you look, what you say and how you say it are all important considerations.

So how do you make sure you're the one with the voice everyone wants to hear?  In this article, we'll take a look at some of the best ways to generate TV coverage for your business that shows you in a positive light and helps cement  your position as a thought leader in your chosen field.

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Topics: News, Advertising, PR and marketing, tv,, thought leadership,, television,

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