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Communications, Content, PR January 18, 2017

Expand your vocabulary to celebrate Thesaurus Day

Celebrate Thesaurus Day and insert some life into your press releases by switching up your vocabulary. MediaHQ suggests ways you can do this.

PR, PR Tips, Startups January 18, 2017

PR on a shoestring – Essential tips for startups

Sometimes the hardest thing for startups, no matter how great your product or service is, is getting yourself out there, especially on a budget.   To convince investors to invest, and customers to believe in your startup, you’ll need to be able to share your story well. Here’s some tips on how startups can do

Content, PR, PR Tips January 17, 2017

Check out our Content Calendar for some Inspiration

Check out our content calendar to plan out your content for February. It will help you create purposeful press releases that will fit into the news agenda.

5 minutes with the media, Irish Journalists, Today FM January 16, 2017

5 minutes with the media – Gavan Reilly

Media HQ are running a series of short interviews with some of the country’s many talented journalists. In this series you can see why they do what they do, what they love, what they hate and who they look up to. In this post we speak to Today FM’s Gavan Reilly. Did you always want

Journalism, PR January 16, 2017

Play PR Buzzword Bingo to Cut Jargon

Journalists hate buzzwords so try avoid using them by playing PR buzzword bingo. Your press releases will sound more sincere if you cut all the jargon.

Ireland, MediaHQ, PR January 13, 2017

MediaHQ’s Story of the Week

MediaHQ’s story of the week comes from Argos’ communications officer Aoife Sweeney and looks at the changing technology habits of Ireland’s 7-12 year olds.

Media, MediaHQ, MediaHQ.com January 12, 2017

10 reasons your press release is dead – here’s how to give it CPR

You’ve just finished it, and you’ve spent forever writing it. There were all those meeting with directors, and stakeholders, but now you’re finished. You have your press release, but it’s dead before you even send it out. Why you ask? You’ve taken too long The moment has passed. You’ve had too many meeting and cups

Media, PR January 12, 2017

Ten Pitching Tips from Journalists

Here are ten pitching tips from the people who decide what makes the news. MediaHQ talks to Irish journalists from across the media.

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