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It needn’t be a silent night

With the Christmas shutdown fast approaching and much of the UK winding down for the second half of December, it’s more important than ever to keep your company profile as high as possible to ensure it’s no silent night (or silent two weeks!)

A structured, well-planned and forward-thinking PR strategy can help to keep you in the news and create interest in your business when competitors are still finishing off the turkey left-overs.

Ensure you start 2012 with a bang by taking time to plan and implement a programme that can start either before the Christmas holidays or can be actioned with the minimum of hassle in the New Year.

One thing is certain, online browsing will remain busy during the holidays, whether people are at work or home. Indeed, it may even reach a peak as people try out their new shiny tablets and laptops left by Santa and his helpers.

With our social media and SEO enhancement expertise, Red Marlin can help you take advantage of the opportunities that the web offers.

We can enhance your on-line presence by writing relevant, timely and stimulating articles, all helping to start conversations, provoke reactions and keep your business front of mind.

However, it’s important not to forget other forms of media coverage as well. Whether it’s in print, on the radio or TV, traditional coverage still has great weight and the holiday period is often a slow news time when publications are crying out for stories to fill their pages.

With significant experience in delivering timely, interesting and newsworthy content for its clients, resulting in high levels of media exposure, Red Marlin could be the answer to some of your festive challenges. If you’d like us to help you take the strain this year so
that you can relax and enjoy some festive spirits, why not give us a call on 01926 333245.

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