Public relations is all about reputation. It's the result of what you do, what you say, and what others say about you. It is used to gain trust and understanding between an organization and its various stakeholders - whether that's employees, customers, investors, or the local community.
How does PR differ from advertising?
With PR, a company does not pay the newspapers and TV channels for the media exposure it secures. It's this third-party endorsement that gives PR its power and credibility.
How does PR benefit a company?
Public relations can play a critical role in achieving a competitive advantage by, for example, opening new markets, attracting high-caliber employees, giving more access to funding and investors, creating a high value for products and services, and protecting businesses in times of crisis. All organizations, whether local or international, big or small, benefit from public relations.
What does PR have to do with the Internet
First and foremost, the Internet became the main source of Media, exceeding conventional printed media.
In addition, Many writers and journalists get their information online through several media channels.
We will write for you articles in such a way that it will become “news “and appeal to the journalists and News Portal, then distribute it locally or internationally, pending your needs and requirements.
Although we cannot determine or know in advance how much exposure an article may attract, it will surely have online exposure.
Another fringe benefit is that the more your company name and domain name are mentioned on the web, the faster the site will rank higher.