22nd May 2013
Since its inception seven years ago, Twitter has almost
become a necessity, not only in the communications sector, but also to
the general public as a whole.
Twitter now has over 500 million users and is one of the ten most visited websites on the internet, so it seems that people cannot get enough of this social networking service!
There is no doubt that social media plays a crucial role in today’s world and that is why we provide a social media service for clients. That is not all we focus on though, as we believe that traditional techniques - such as press releases and advertising - are still as important.
Social media is only one part of the marketing mix, but if you want a complete PR and marketing solution talk to us!
Ethos public relations offers a full range of communications support to organisations large and small. It's no cliché to say that we believe in communications not for its own sake, but because we feel that many businesses do not have the profile they deserve.
Ethos public relations has a wealth of experience across many sectors of the economy including charities, housing and social enterprise.
Whether you need a complete PR and communications package, help with a one off project or would like us to deal with social media for you, we can deliver a cost effective solution.
You can read more about some of the services we provide by clicking the links below:
If you are interested in PR for charities, then why not visit our sister site www.charity-pr.co.uk?
To find out how public relations can help your organisation, call Sean on 0161 830 7640.
Do you ever need a writer to interview someone for your website, magazine or blog? We have many years’ experience interviewing a wide range of people including politicians, celebrities, business leaders and the general public.
As well as interviewing someone on your behalf we can also manage photography at the same time, delivering a complete article for you.
Some of our previous interviewees are Tony Blair; Tim Smit, Founder of the Eden Project; Baroness Kennedy; Charlie Mayfield, Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership, and Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan-Smith.
To discuss how we could help, please call us on 0161 830 7640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.