A new children’s messy play group approached KLC on a mission to raise its profile through PR.
Dabbling Doodlers launched seven months ago in Chelmsford, Essex, and is now ready to expand. Our journalist went along to the unique group’s session to see children covered in glitter, ‘mud’ and spaghetti, all in the name of creativity!
An article, written by our journalist, has now been submitted to the local media to earn publicity and raise awareness of the group.
Are you a new business keen to get your name out there? Our experienced journalists can seek out headline-grabbing articles to get your name in the press. Drop us an email to discuss our flexible PR packages on email@example.com
You don’t always have to have a front page grabbing story to achieve positive publicity.
Regular, smaller stories have the same end result of giving readers a positive view of your business or organisation.
When our journalist visits our school clients each week, they are able to fill their notebook with lots and lots of short articles which are published in local newspapers and on online news channels as picture stories. Particularly with schools, showing photos of children having fun while they learn is a wonderful way of earning a great reputation.
Here are just a few of the most recent shorter articles which our journalist has written to gain our client schools positive publicity –
If you are keen to promote your school, business or organisation, but do not feel you have a huge story to tell, contact us and our journalist will find smaller stories like these to help to gain you positive publicity. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Burnt Mill Co-operative Academy Trust (BMAT) looks after one outstanding secondary and four primary schools in Harlow, Essex.
We act as Media Consultant for the Trust and each of its schools and send our journalist into school regularly to gather news stories to share with the media.
Just two of the most recent big news stories, written and released by our journalist, detail plans for a new curriculum from September which will see 13-year-olds routinely achieving GCSEs and an online interview with the new executive headteacher of the BMAT primaries.
Take a look at the publicity achieved in the Harlow Star newspaper and the YourHarlow online news channel –