Our services join the dots. Our strategies build brand awareness. Our people are experts and our results speak for themselves.
Give us your excess baggage.
Outcomes not hours
Our approach to PR is about outcomes not hours noted down on time sheets. We set off on a journey knowing exactly what needs to be achieved – what the key messages are, what the call to action is, where your customers are hanging out, what they’re reading, sharing and talking about.
The work we do is all aimed towards joining up the dots between a news story being published, your customers seeing it, and the need for them to see other supporting messages before they will buy from you.
All of our campaigns start with a detailed brainstorming and planning session. We listen to every single word you say. From there, we’re on it – self sufficient balls rolling.
You want value from our expertise don’t you? That means that whilst your opinion is really important to us, if we think your idea is a bit squiffy, we’ll tell you – and you’ll get more than the results you’d hoped for when we use our expertise for you.
From here comes the juicy part. We’re speaking to our personal journalist contacts and getting your news out there. We’re coming up with new stories, angles and perspectives that are refreshing, thought provoking and ultimately will be shared.
We don’t have to start cold because we know the media in the travel and leisure sector. We’ve been building up these relationships for years. Journalists, editors, freelancers and bloggers trust us, rely on us and value the content we produce.
If you’re not a client and we see an opportunity with your name all over it, we’ll give you a call. We’ll help you to put together an expertly packaged up media response, giving you the best chance of getting some nice coverage and brand awareness.
We are a small team based in Oxford & London. We’re always happy to come and meet with you so that you can see if you like us for yourselves.
Between us we have a huge amount of experience across PR, marketing, social media, events and communication. We are doers. We’re defined by outcomes, not the number of hours we log.
We’re a pretty straight forward bunch – we’re really good at what we do, we do it with a thirst for creating contagious content and we have fun with our work. We dislike jargon, timesheets, ‘blue sky’ fluff and processes. We keep it simple, we know what we’re doing and we do a really good job for our clients.
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Exciting new projects,
stuff needing doing
Account Manager, Original Intern, Doer
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Account Manager, Story Teller, Doer
Full Circle Travel, Eynsham Hall, Millets Farm
Accounts, Number Herder, DoerMoney stuff, invoices, subscriptions and contracts
Want to ask a question about PR? We’re always happy to talk.
In the meantime, some of these tips might help with your conundrum.
1. Don’t get hung up on press releases
2. Don't expect PR to bring instant success
3. PR should be a central factor in your strategy
4. PR doesn't work without a plan
5. Absorb yourself
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Looking for a move or want to start a career in PR?
We offer 100% flexible working in Oxford and London, with no hierarchy, freedom to be the real, creative you and make an impact for our fun, ‘let’s do it’ approach clients.
Is that you? Get in touch to find out about the latest career opportunities at Seriously PR.
Seriously Creative Networking Events
Each month we host a networking event at Howbery Park in Wallingford for the creative business community. This isn’t like most events you’ve been to, this is a lively roundtable discussion amongst PR, marketing, web, design, SEO, social types about campaigns, communication, creative challenges, technical things – all sorts – people go away having learnt something new, having met new and interesting people and feeling inspired. This is a free event, you just buy yourself a coffee – and maybe someone else should you particularly like them. We sometimes provide cakes.
For full details and to be added to the invite list and Facebook group
PR & The Modern Age with Lynne Franks of Lynne Franks PR at The V&A from 4pm.
Hosted by Seriously PR: How to pitch, build a sales pipeline and grow your business with Charly Cox.
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