Wednesday, 03 August 2016 17:42

PR Trends that every company in the digital world should adhere to

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Public Relations (PR) have become quite a popular aspect in the determination of the path to success in every single type of relations. While the other strategic and financial aspects are rather crucial in enabling a company to steer clear of its competition, the Public relations bit comes as the missing link to make everything fall in place. Truth is, most companies already pay attention to the PR factor, but there are those who are still stuck in the use of outdated PR skills. There are current trends that every company aiming at bringing down a house should adopt to. Below are some of the very basic ones.

The use of multiple channels to reach out to the public

The multi-channel concept has become a very basic trend in the PR world. The concept basically addresses the use of a number of channels to reach out to your clients, which could be a move aimed at marketing a given product to them or introducing a campaign. The current online world is at the moment flooded with channels to reach out to people. Emails, social media accounts, blog posts and press releases are some of the most available ones. Sticking to a single channel is limiting in the fact that only a portion of your potential clientele will get to view what you want a larger group to view. Investing in multi-channel is quite worth it as you are entitled to a larger clientele base.

Maintaining the best possible online reputation

Very competitive business and the nature of corporate environment has led to closer scrutiny by the media personnel. Every time you need to have press release on anything related to your company, the media personnel you entrust the task to will be quite interested in finding out who exactly you are and this is majorly possible by combing through the available resources online. Most will not spend days and nights doing that. They will look through your online reputation, which will work to your gain or loss. The Facebook, Twitter and the organisations’ blogs offer much of what is necessary for people to decide how clean and stable your organisation. Online reputation management therefore comes as a must-address issue for every organisation. 

Focus on influence instead of numbers

Being a corporate head requires that one stays at the driver’s seat and drives the rest of the team towards popularity be it in their product or in the service they have to offer. Most corporate heads have therefore resorted to investing in the purchase of followers, done through tech companies who are able to help one scale up the number of online following. While this may have worked in bringing in a number of genuine followers who are interested in what one has to offer, it has also resulted in the gain of thousands of clients who basically pay no attention to what is going on with the corporation. Having a small number of people interested in the corporation has proven better than having numbers that basically give a false impression of the company’s power. 

Seattle Public Relations can discuss with you further how to implement an effective online reputation management strategy as well as showing you how to improve your company’s social media presence and increase businesses followers