Let us plan your PR for 2019 - and get the very best results for your business!
It’s that time of year when we’re planning PR activity for our clients for next year and making sure we keep them one step ahead of the competition. This includes designing new Public Relations strategies and creating forward features schedules for 2019.
Here our PR team looks at why it is important to plan your communications campaigns now.Read More
Why PR in all its forms is as relevant today as it ever has been
Here our PR team looks at how marketing has changed throughout the years and why good quality written content will never go out of date.Read More
SEO and why it's increasingly becoming part of the PR agency role
A question we are often asked when pitching for potential new business is 'should we use a separate specialist to take care of our SEO?'.
Our b2b PR team offers their thoughts on the subject and questions whether the days of pure SEO are limited as Google becomes better at identifying and stopping manipulation.Read More
What makes a good PR story?
Here, our b2b PR team looks at what makes a good story and gives some tips on getting the best results in the media.Read More
Are you getting the most out of exhibitions?
Here our PR team offer advice on how to make the most of taking part in trade shows and exhibitions.Read More
How can PR and organic SEO help building product manufacturers get better rankings?
Here Dragonfly PR explores how manufacturers can improve their rankings on Google and other search engines through a combination of organic SEO, PR and social media.Read More
Manufacturers and making the most out of Linkedin
Are manufacturers and their staff making the most of Linkedin? Here we take a look at why manufacturers could benefit from social media training.Read More
Why networking is important for your business
Networking is one of the most effective methods of meeting new people and nurturing existing relationships in business, but not everyone is taking advantage of the opportunities around them. Here, our PR Account Manager, Rebecca Hart, looks at the many benefits of attending these corporate 'get-togethers'.Read More
The benefits of one agency managing your PR and Social Media
Many businesses are recognising the value of bringing their PR and social media campaigns together, with one agency running them both. Here, our PR and social media teams work together to explain the distinct advantages of this approach.Read More
Why we need local newspapers
Here Dragonfly PR looks at the decline in local newspapers and what we can do to help them survive.Read More
Don't get your wires crossed when posting on social media
It was recently announced that, due to an update on the platforms settings, you can no longer automatically share tweets straight to your Facebook page, which is referred to as cross-posting. Our social media team looks at this in more detail and explains why it is a blessing in disguise for many companies.Read More
Five signs that you need a new PR strategy
Here Dragonfly PR looks at the main reasons why a building product manufacturer or construction company should consider investing in PR.Read More
Open all hours?
Is holding an open day still a good way to promote a business and is it worth all the effort and expense?Read More
Let's hear it for Yorkshire - God's own country
This week’s blog differs away slightly from our usual topics of PR, construction and manufacturing. Seeing as one of our favourite days of the year, Yorkshire Day, is almost upon us, we decided this is a good time to pay homage to our beautiful county.
Plus, not only are we going to tell all of the things we love about living and working in God’s own country, we’re also going to mark the run up to Yorkshire Day (1st August) with a competition, so read on for more details…Read More
Public Relations for Construction: the pros and cons
Our PR team looks at the benefits of Public Relations compared to advertising and explains why your marketing budget would be better invested in a communications strategy that includes both, rather than one or the other.Read More