We love to blog. Opinionated and feisty, with a huge passion for what we do, means we have an innate affection to share our thoughts and opinions with our readers. We like to keep up with the latest thinking of everything PR and social, adding in our own experience and thoughts along the way. You'll also find us blogging about the sectors we're passionate about; from the latest interior design trends, through to the must up-to-date thinking and policies within social care.
Widely accepted as a powerful marketing tool for businesses of all kinds, the visual emphasis of many platforms is perfectly aligned with the creative world of home and interiors brands.
When it comes to reinforcing brand awareness, promoting a new product or connecting with existing or potential customers, social media still plays a key role in PR. However in this increasingly noisy online world, making yourself heard has never been harder.
It’s been a busy start to the year for Juno PR, with a number of new client wins and an office move to the swanky Arrive building in Media City. We’ve also welcomed Sarika to the team, who joins us as a senior PR consultant and will work across a number of our homes & interior clients.
The dawn of a new season is more than a good chance to dust off last year’s wardrobe. For the interior enthusiasts amongst us, it’s that time where we leaf through the glossy mags and pore over blogs to pick out the key looks for best-dressed homes.
As we love everything interiors at Juno PR, we decided to take a look at some of the hottest trends for your home this Autumn/Winter 2017.
Most businesses want to find ‘the one’ when it comes to their PR agency; someone they can build an enduring relationship with. But it isn’t always that easy and can sometimes be difficult to sustain.
Just a little over a year ago, I launched Juno PR along with two of Manchester’s most influential marketers. And what a year has it been. I’ve been lucky enough to not experience too many lows; instead, it has been a year of personal and professional growth.
Social media plays an influential role in the world of PR today. It’s not enough to just have a presence across the biggest platforms. You have to make sure you post the right content, on the right platform, at the right time of day.
Social media is no longer optional for businesses. There are over three billion internet users, and over two billon of them have active social media accounts, with many of the most popular social platforms becoming marketing giants; offering businesses a valuable tool to communicate directly with their consumers.
Each year, fashion-forward homes are defined by hot new trends that sweep the design world, translating into accessible pieces that everyone can get their hands on at a local supermarket or favourite online retailer. From the year’s most-wanted colour palettes to must-have accessories of the moment, whether you’re transforming a whole house or giving a room a makeover, it’s worth taking a look at the directions you could be taking.
The digital world has changed the face of PR, and today it’s widely accepted that bloggers and social media play an important role in spreading the word about new products. So how can businesses grab the attention of influencers and customers?
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Have you ever wondered what a public relations agency could do for your business? Or more fundamentally, what PR actually is? This article covers the nuts and bolts, to give you a clearer idea why it could be the best investment you make this month.
As traditional media, like newspapers, magazines, TV and radio, compete against the ever-growing cyber world, PR and marketing professionals face a challenge. While the optimum methods for building relationships with journalists are ingrained in good PR practice, what’s the best way to cut through the chaos and be seen online? The answer could lie in blogging.
Forging good relationships with journalists can be the secret to PR success. But establishing a connection isn’t always easy for PR practitioners, and historically these relationships have been strained. So how can you forge a positive bond with the media to make sure you’re their ‘go to’ resource for content?