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So, we did scratch the surface of this subject on our last post. Ever since the evolution of everything in and around the digital sphere, Marketing and PR have been working along very similar lines, with parallel goals in mind but few have fully embraced what’s next. Change is coming. “Change” is a petrifying concept to most but with marketing and PR looking to integrate more closely than ever before over the course of the next few years, the best thing for PR and marketing professionals to do is embrace the change that is inevitable and stay ahead of the game.


Whose game is it?


With rapid integration brewing, we believe that it is an open playing field at the moment . However, PR does have an advantage when it comes to the “human-factor” in communication as we are traditionally the experts in story-telling, which we believe is essential in communicating with people and keeping them engaged on any platform, be it traditional, digital or social.


Playground: Thailand


Thailand is one of the largest markets in Southeast Asia. The people of Thailand love their social media with recent studies showing that over 79% of the population has access to the Internet and over 71% are active social media users, which is way above the global average of 45% of the population. With these statistics, we don’t see influencer marketing going away anytime soon in Thailand and building lasting relationships with the most aspirational of influencers is the way forward. 


When we say influencers, we don’t just mean celebrities. With the continuing rise of social media, we see a vast number of micro-influencers creating an impact. Travel bloggers, Youtubers, fashion bloggers, food bloggers, Tik Tok artists – the digital world is their platform and they are the ones to watch out for right now. 


What’s next?


The first step to embracing the future for PR is to integrate marketing, social media and digital media and develop communication strategies and campaigns that work effectively for brands online, in traditional media, and face-to-face with consumers. This is something Vivaldi Integrated PR understands full well and we are focused on changing the game and taking the lead in this new integrated world.


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Our award-winning communications team blends human interactions & digital engagement seamlessly to produce results for brands.

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This just in: platforms come and go but it’s what you say that matters most. In a new report summarising the opinions of journalists, content quality topped the list of key KPIs, receiving one of every four votes. IT matters were also of concern to media-industry professionals, specifically meeting in-house goals of regularly publishing a particular number of original articles online, and the need to have and maintain a robust social media presence.


Please pass the press release


Most journalists agree that the most reliable sources for extracting information for the articles they write are press releases. PR agencies should take note and remember how their key products are being used if they are ever accused of being spin doctors. In an age with sources of veracity less clear and questions on authenticity on the rise, earning and maintaining a good reputation is a rarer commodity. Social media platforms are by comparison trusted as the best source of news by 10 per cent of the media.


Business as usual


In addition to the primary role of content, a lot of classic nuts and bolts of journalism remain in place, despite significant shifts in how information is presented and shared. Investigative research, in-depth interviews with and quotes from contacts already known and trusted by journalists remain highly valued. In terms of what’s being seen and consumed, also retaining high popularity are photos with a high resolution, videos and infographics. Journalists also value their own contacts with fellow members of the media. Even in an age of differentiated audiences and loss of advertising income, and beyond readership metrics, a classic, content-focused core remains most relevant to storytelling.


The Human & Digital Communications Agency

Our award-winning communications team blends human interactions & digital engagement seamlessly to produce results for brands.

Best PR Agency Delivering PR | Social | Digital. 

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Basic PR tips for small startups

When you’re just setting out there with an entrepreneurial idea and limited budgets, you have a lot to handle just getting the project or platform ready, never mind choosing marketing channels or putting together an effective PR strategy. There are a few simple tips however that will help your startup attract potential online exposure, at least in a small way that will set the stage for your project growth. You don’t need to invest hundreds of hours in learning all about PR; just a few simple takeaways.

1.) Key messages are the most important thing

Key messages are the statements about your product or service that are arranged in an easy to understand fashion that quickly communicates what you are all about. If you’re not sure how to compose a key message, imagine someone asks you this question: “If you would like the world to know only one thing about your company or product, what would it be?” Whatever you answer will be your key message, or another way to understand it would be as the headline of your first press release

2.) You can use more than one key message

Usually you will have one overarching key message, which functions as your overall communication summary. However, you can use additional important messages (called sub-messages) which also convey other important information about your startup. Imagine that the key message is the headline to your press release and the 2-3 sub messages are the bullet points arranged just below your headline message.

3.) DIY PR is perfectly okay at the outset

Social media has made everyone their own publicist, so where in the past you would have had to pay a lot of money for advertising or magazine advertorials, now this buzz can spread for free over your social channels (if your messages are on point and people find them interesting).

4.) Content is important for everything

At the beginning when cash is tight, you are going to be writing everything yourself, and that’s perfectly fine.  All of the content you put on your website should support your key messages, so keep information short and sweet and make sure everything points back to your overall communication direction, which is your key message. The content will flow easily then and people will not be overwhelmed (hence bored) with pages of text.

5.) Outsource your editing or proofing to cheap freelancers

It’s always helpful to have someone else review and make slight changes to your content, as they will probably see errors to which you are oblivious. Sites like fiverr give you the option of getting semi-pro writers to look over your stuff and suggest ways it can be improved in terms of general positioning of your content and messaging.

6.) When you’re ready to up your game and grow your business

Public Relations does one thing, and that is to amplify the message. When you’re at a point when there is some interest in your startup and you really need to launch properly, this is the perfect time to engage with a PR firm.


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