Hi guys,I have a startup in the making, I want to know, how can you do public relations, with out investing huge money, for the same.
Although I know a thing or two about free publicity's value to businesses, I strongly endorse -- from the beginning -- picking a charity to whom the business will donate a percentage of its profits.
This is not something you'll routinely publicize. It's just the right thing to do and it's good business.
Down the road, you'll be glad you did this.
(I hope to write more about this in the future.)
Hope this helps!
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My first answer when i read the question is with money :)
But there is much more than money in any case. Quality PR to have effect one constant is must :that product or service must be quality and people to like it and must be involved many years in exposing the brand-product or service.
I will go to details about one word "apostrophe" to understand what I'm talking about.All know Grammarly yes.And only this service exist online. If you answer yes then you are wrong.Why because there is another also even better software called InkForAll which is doing the same as Grammarly even better but is not so known to the audience.Why?
Because PR.They are short years on market despite the fact is giving better service even free and to use grammarly you need to pay.
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Well, without money I guess it isn't possible. These days everything is linked to money & also with websites with less traffic is associated, so they gonna charge a bit to maintain their website.
So just invest on some critical thinking & come up with a crazy idea that can draw eyeballs & organic PR would cover it.
Good discussion, which is effective for all those who wish to start and currently running a business.
Thanks for all the valuable share!
Start by writing a PR strategy that includes: the audience; the main characteristics of the audience; ways of communicating with the audience; companies with a related audience; key areas of work; key semantic lines; target media pool; biography and interviews of a public person.