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Digital Marketing, Marketing, Media May 9, 2019

Top 3 PR disasters from the 2010s and what we can learn from them

With this decade nearly over, it can often be mind-boggling to think of how much has happened over the last 10 years. The media landscape has changed dramatically in the 2010’s, and yet many prominent people have still fallen victim to classic PR mistakes. Here at MediaHQ, we have compiled three lessons which can be learnt

Featured Journalist, Irish Journalists, Media Intelligence April 10, 2019

5 Irish tech writers

Dublin Tech Summit is back for its third year this April 10 – 11. The two-day global tech conference sits at the heart of the Irish tech scene and brings some of the most influential tech and business leaders to Dublin. This year the event has moved to the larger venue of the RDS and

Media Intelligence, MediaHQ.com, Online March 4, 2019

7 top notch tools for proofreading your press release

Ensuring the content of your press release is up to standard before distribution or publication is a crucial aspect of your PR campaign. No feature of your writing should be dismissed especially not spelling and grammatical errors which can easily be fixed. Often a second pair of eyes to glance over your release can do

Communications, Content, Creativity December 6, 2018

5 PR tools for your nice list

Day three of our 12 days of Christmas content brings you five PR tools that you really need to know about. From the basics of creating a press release to social media monitoring of your PR campaigns, we have some of the top PR tools that every Comms professionals should be including in their nice

Communications, How To Content, Media October 18, 2018

Tailoring your PR pitch for specific audiences

What makes the news? Are there certain criteria? Is it the latest event, celebrity gossip or unexpected happenings? It may seem obvious, but what makes the news depends on the audience of that individual news organisation. Before you send out a mass pitch to hundreds of journalists and producers, bear these three things in mind:

Communications, Digital Marketing, Irish Journalists September 12, 2018

Why does nostalgia marketing work so well?

In the last couple of years, there has been an increase in popular old products being relaunched with a modern twist. 90s fashion, Polaroid cameras and the Nintendo Switch are just some of the trends and products that have seen a new lease of life. These brands all recognise the true power of nostalgia.  View this

Brand Storytelling, Magazine, Media Relations October 6, 2017

5 reasons online media contacts need to be in your 2018 budget

If you’re a PR practitioner working in an agency or in-house, it’s now 2018 budget time. So what should be in your budget? We firmly believe that you should be putting some budget aside for an online media contact service. Why? Well here are five great reasons:

Journalism, Technology July 10, 2017

5 minutes with the media – Simon Cocking

In this week’s 5 minutes with the media, we have a chat with Simon Cocking of Irish Tech News.  What is your current role in the media and what does it involve? Senior Editor, Irish Tech News My role consists of planning and promoting events, looking for sponsors, creating content, looking for new contributors (text,

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