Why organic search is best
A question we are regularly asked by our business-to-business clients is ‘should we be spending on Adwords?’
Google Adwords or PPC (Pay Per Click) is certainly the only guaranteed way to get your business on page one for key search terms, but does the spend really warrant the result for companies in the construction and manufacturing sectors?Read More
Was Ecobuild a hit or a miss?
There has been much discussion over the past few years as to whether Ecobuild, the construction industry’s largest sustainability, design and energy event, is still ‘what it used to be’. In our latest blog, we look at whether Ecobuild 2015 has lived up to expectations.Read More
The power of PR and Social Media for manufacturersRead More
Ilkley in the news!
Newsletters are a great way to reach out to customers, informing them of developments within a business and inviting them to take a look at exciting new products and services. We recently designed a newsletter for Ilkley Windows, a conservatory centre based in the picturesque town of Ilkley.
The newsletter which was printed and distributed to 15,500 homeowners, informed them about the company’s new showroom refurbishment and gave them the chance to win a composite door worth £800.Read More
10 ways to make sure you get the most out of an MP or Ministerâs visit
So your manufacturing or construction business has been growing, maybe taking on new staff, developing new technologies or expanding internationally? Sound like a good idea to invite an MP or Cabinet Minister to visit? Well here are some top tips to help make your visit a success.Read More
Why you need a blog
As we are well and truly in the digital age, the importance of a website to a business is universally accepted, but the importance of a blog on that website is often overlooked.
Here are our top five reasons why you really should get blogging:Read More
Taking a global approach to PR
Often manufacturers approach us with the question, do you work globally as well as in the UK? Without a doubt in the past 10 years, one of the major trends in PR has been globalisation. Virtually all the clients we work with have some requirement for international PR.
Many of our manufacturing clients secure 80% of their business overseas, so it is imperative that the majority of our PR efforts are concentrated on global media opportunities.Read More
When PR pushes on an open door
The other day an industry colleague asked me to share a few of my favourite ways that manufacturers of construction products can gain press coverage through PR. My first thought was: well, that’s an insensitive request because the only thing you have to do is use a PR agency that specialises in the construction sector.
Of course they knew that we specialise in the construction sector, which is why clients come to us for ideas on how to gain coverage. So, in the interests of sharing knowledge, here are our top three methods of gaining maximum press coverageRead More
Does your PR need fixing?
We recently launched our PR Fixer service, which is available to any B2B company that needs a hand with creating a new PR or digital marketing strategy.
We are offering our PR Fixer service, where we review your PR requirements and make recommendations – and the service is completely free of charge.Read More
Making more of the Tour
So, the route of the Tour De Yorkshire has been announced and the date is set for 1st – 3rd May 2015!
A lot of PR lessons were learnt from the biggest cycling event to hit the UK and it is worthwhile starting to plan for the next… now!Read More
Ecobuild â top tips!
Dragonfly PR has supported clients attending Ecobuild for eight years now, so here are some top tips to ensure you get the most of out #ecobuild 2015!Read More
Steel city PR agency helps manufacturers go global
In the age of globalisation there is no industry, company or sector that can confidently say they don’t need to market their products. Of course, companies have always done it, to a greater or lesser extent. Whether it was attending an exhibition or advertising in a trade journal, it tended to be done as a low key, regional activity.
However, that all changed with the advent of the internet and growth of low cost countries, such as China, Brazil and India. Suddenly, customers could literally shop around the world to find the best deals and that meant UK manufacturing firms had to find USPs that made their product or service stand out from an overseas competitor.Read More
Dragonfly PR seeks Technical/Creative writer
Dragonfly PR is a rapidly growing business to business PR and digital marketing agency which is looking to appoint a technical/creative writer, with a minimum of 12 months’ experience. Your experience would ideally be within a manufacturing or construction business or in a PR agency with predominantly business to business clients.
This exciting opportunity requires an individual who has outstanding writing skills and great attention to detail. For this person, the rewards are there, with the potential for rapid career progression.
Driving licence essential.
Please send your CV and covering letter, giving details of salary expectations to: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Review of the year 2014
2014 has been a memorable year for many – the year that Andy Murray didn’t quite win Wimbledon and England crashed badly out of the World Cup. Never mind, there have been some highlights…Read More
What are the benefits of NBSPlus library?
Building product manufacturers are always looking for new and better ways of communicating with existing and new customers. That in itself is good because it means the most creative companies are able to give themselves an edge over competition. As a result we’ve seen more of our clients that target specifiers ask us to run their social media campaigns – mainly because we specialise in the construction sector, which means we are able to create relevant, interesting and persuasive comment.