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Communications, Content, How To Content July 19, 2018

Pitching tips from Ireland’s top journalists – eBook

Sending out press releases can be a tricky business. Thinking of an eye-catching story headline, a snappy email subject line, researching the story and reaching out to people for quotes can be time-consuming. You send it out to the media in the hopes it will get picked up, and even then it’s still not guaranteed.

Communications, Content, Digital Marketing June 29, 2018

Trade Focus: How to pitch to Senior Times

As PR pros, we know how important it is to get our clients as much coverage as possible. However, we should also be aware that it is equally as important that our pitches are reaching the right publications. You wouldn’t send a release about new environmental legislation to a teenage fashion magazine now, would you?

Communications, How To Content, PR June 21, 2018

HELP! How can I improve my writing skills?

Press releases can be tricky to get right, every week you could send out ten and still not get the response you’re looking for. The key to achieving better traction, however, like with most things is quality over quantity. Improving your writing skills and developing how you put together a press release will make the

Communications, How To Content, Media Intelligence June 8, 2018

3 surprising things we’ve learnt since GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation era is firmly in place and with that, we’ve seen changes to how a lot of companies operate, particularly in terms of email and cookie consent when visiting websites. This has even gone so far that some non-European companies/publications have decided to no longer allow European visitors onto their website

Grammar Happy, How To Content, PR May 29, 2018

Grammar Happy: The Subjunctive Mood

The Subjunctive Mood This is the final part of our three-part series on grammatical moods. This first part covered the basics of grammatical moods and explained how to use the indicative mood. The second part covered the imperative mood. If you haven’t read the second section yet, it’s imperative that you do before reading on. You

Changes, GDPR, How To Content May 24, 2018

MediaHQ after GDPR and what you can expect

GDPR is a few days away from coming into effect and in a lot of offices full-on panic has set in with decades-old address books being shredded at a rapid pace. Here at MediaHQ, we’ve been preparing for the incoming data protection storm and we are ready to launch our new features to ensure that

Grammar Happy, How To Content May 14, 2018

Grammar Happy: The Imperative Mood

The Imperative Mood Keep your copy clean with our latest Grammar Happy post — learn how to identify the imperative mood. This is the second part of our three-part series on grammatical moods. This first part covered the basics of grammatical moods and explained how to use the indicative mood. If you haven’t already read the first

Communications, Content, Creativity April 30, 2018

What mental blocks are stopping your creativity?

Whether you’re trying to write a press release, pitch a new product idea or give a presentation, creative thinking is key to making sure you stand out.  In order to be creative, you have to change your thinking process. Creativity doesn’t have to be painting a huge mural, or writing a play, or playing music.

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