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Communications, How To Content, PR September 3, 2018

Back to school: Learn how to plan a successful PR campaign

The summer is over and it’s time to kick back into gear. To start September off right we’re looking at some practical Public Relations 101. Like most aspects of a communications strategy, the PR campaign itself will change from business to business but below we run through some top tips to make sure you achieve

Communications, MediaHQ Features, August 30, 2018

How do you make the news? Irish Cancer Society Case Study

Here at MediaHQ, our goal is to connect your story with the media on one unified platform. We see 100s of press releases being sent from our system on a weekly basis, and it’s fascinating to see the stories from our clients a few seconds before they make the media. From government organisations, national and international

Creativity, Media Changes, Media on the Move August 30, 2018

August Media Movements – Roundup

The media industry never stands still, and with people moving jobs, retiring, and leaving the industry, it can be difficult to keep up. At MediaHQ, our research team is dedicated to updating our newsfeed with the latest media movements. Each week we provide 90+ media updates to our clients, while simultaneously updating our media contacts database. A reporter has left

Communications, How To Content, Marketing August 29, 2018

Digital Survival Guide: How to deal with a negative PR review

Sometimes a bad review can be used as constructive criticism that can help you grow. However, there are times when a bad review can really knock your reputation and have a detrimental effect on your business, especially for those which are less established. First things first – Don’t ignore it One of the worst things you

Communications, eBook, MediaHQ August 28, 2018

How to write a press release – MediaHQ ebook

Press releases are still one of the main ways the media generate news, and as a Communications/PR Pro your objective is to get your message to appear in the media unchanged. For this to happen, the press release must read the same way as a news story. It might seem obvious, but it is a

Communications, Content, Grammar Happy August 28, 2018

Want to become a better PR writer? Say goodbye to these fillers

Trying to grab your audience’s attention? Want to get your message across?  Want your audience to take action? Answered yes to any or all of the above? Sometimes it may seem like an impossible task, particularly when writing within the parameters of a press release. You also have to include quotes and flesh out a

MediaIQ August 27, 2018

MediaHQ Essentials: How to keep MediaHQ running smoothly

Welcome to Monday’s MediaHQ Essentials, our weekly series on how to make the most of your MediaHQ. This week we are looking at the simple ways to keep your MediaHQ running smoothly. The easiest way to keep your MediaHQ running well for you is to avoid using older web browsers such as Internet Explorer. MediaHQ

Communications, Content, PR August 24, 2018

Team Behind The Show–Newstalk’s Breakfast Briefing

Newstalk are set to launch their new morning news show, Breakfast Briefing on Monday 27th at 6am. The programme is to target the early morning commuter looking to start the day. Breakfast Briefing broadcasts every weekday from 6–6.30am. Andrea Gilligan – Presenter  Andrea has been working at Newstalk for the past five years, primarily as

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