Media coverage? We live and breathe it here at Just In Time PR. In fact, today was a humdinger.
The UK’s only 100% results-based PR agency put a handful of clients into the news as stories broke left, right and centre. Here’s a quick summary of what happened:
- At 7am, the Nationwide published its July house price data. We issued commentary on this data from Dragonfly Property Finance, whose CEO Jonathan promptly made it onto the BBC website, and Garrington, whose Jonathan Hopper made the Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail. Twas raining media coverage!
- At 9:30am, we issued some commentary on the Q2 insolvency data from Melanie Giles, who heads up the insolvency specialists, PJG Recovery. This was Melanie’s first go on Just In Time PR, and she made the Daily Mail website (the biggest in the world, remember), Thisismoney.co.uk, Accountancy Age and several other great media outlets. Bonjour Rodders!
- At 1:30pm, while the rest of the PR world were out lunching on their tofu salads and spring waters, we carried on raising hell. Hell we’re the Lee Marvins of the media world. We issued commentary on the July non-farm payrolls (US jobs) data on behalf of Marcus Bullus of the London-based stockbroker firm, MB Capital. He got a stack of fantastic hits as ever, including the top newswire, Reuters.
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I’m not going to carry on. The examples above hopefully give you an insight into what we do here at Just In Time PR. Basically, we bag stacks of media coverage for our clients by inserting them into breaking news stories. And we only charge them on results.
In other words, if they don’t get any great publicity, they don’t pay us a penny. That’s why a growing number of companies around the UK are turning to us to raise their profile in the mainstream media. Hooray to that.