How to use PR and social media to generate export sales enquiries
Overseas markets can present significant sales opportunities. Often, firms find the best way of targeting these markets, in a low risk, cost effective way, is through an integrated PR and social media campaign.
The question, of course, is how to communicate effectively to potential customers when a) they may not speak the same language, b) they prefer using different communication channels to the UK and c) you are busy looking after your customers in the UK.Read More
Top tips on planning for Q4 of 2015
For many businesses, the bulk of sales come at the end of the year, so planning your PR and marketing for Quarter 4 is really important.Read More
The importance of businesses engaging on social media
It’s an inescapable part of life that businesses and individuals are increasingly using Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook in the West. Our friends over in China use a similar service to Twitter and Facebook called Sina Weibo, and as we all know, the Far East isn’t a market you can just ignore!
In this blog post, I’ll take a look at why your business needs to reach out to its customers through social media.Read More
#ashescycle #fundraising #pr #socialmedia #success
“Are you happy to get involved again in promoting our national cycle challenge to coincide with this year’s Ashes Test Series?” this was the question we were asked by James Bedingfield from Investec Wealth & Investment, back in January. Our PR and social media team jumped at the chance, after the huge fundraising and media success of the Investec Ashes Cycle Challenge in 2013.Read More
Why you need a content calendar
Here we look at some of the reasons why it’s great to have a content calendar to give the best social media results…
There’s a great buzz at the moment about content marketing, so here we look at an essential part of this – the content calendar – and the reasons why you need one.Read More
Google Analytics â Back to Basics
So, you have a new website and before your web designer moves on to his/her next project, make sure they set up Google Analytics to allow you to monitor and track visitors to your website.
Google Analytics is great for monitoring how many people visit your site, where visitors are landing, how long they spend on pages, plus much more.Read More
Top 5 tips for using PR to generate sales enquiries
If you are on the lookout for high quality sales leads, here’s how you could use PR to your advantage.Read More
Marketing for manufacturers â top tips!
In the second in our series about marketing for manufacturers, we give you another top five tips to make the most of your marketing budget.Read More
One minute guide to social media
In our regular One-minute Guide, we share some of our expertise from 15 years’ experience in the construction sector. In this month’s guide we look at social media:Read More
Top tips for manufacturers to maximise their marketing budget
Manufacturers often have the debate – do we really need to market ourselves?
It’s tempting to think that if you stick to what you do best ie designing and manufacturing good products, then people will buy from you.Read More
Five top tips for securing the best pics!
They say a picture says a thousand words, and in Public Relations it certainly does – inspirational photography and interesting, engaging content go hand in hand.Read More
Make sure your PR is on the right track!
Over the past 10 years, Rail has grown rapidly as one of the key sectors that our clients wish to target. HS
2, ongoing rail upgrades and Crossrail have all contributed to the business opportunities for manufacturers of products and suppliers of services to the potentially lucrative rail industry. This includes both manufacturers of products, as well as systems and solutions providers. We therefore have lots of experience in implementing PR campaigns and working closely with the online and offline rail media to generate enquiries from specifiers.
Dragonfly PR recruiting for Digital Media Role
We are one of South Yorkshire’s leading PR and digital agencies, with an extensive client base, which is predominantly business-to-business.Read More
Reasons to be cheerful with your PR agency
Finding the right PR company can sometimes feel like looking for a needle in the haystack. In our experience, the concern for many clients – and we know because quite a few in our team have worked in manufacturing businesses – is that some PR agencies just don’t have the right level of industrial experience.
By that we mean they don’t specialise in a specific market sector. Being the ‘Jack of all Trades’ may create more ‘potential customers’, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that you benefit from a company that understands your products and market sector.Read More
Community engagement cements CSR
This week, we were involved with a community engagement event which has had a huge impact on ‘cementing’ a great relationship between the company and the local community.Read More