• In a world of shouting, the clearest sound is sometimes a whisper

How to brand your practice

Which supermarket is your dental practice like? (by Chris Webb and Cary Cray-Webb) We’ve been working in PR for the dental industry for two years now – you may have seen some of our work with brands such as Pearl Dental Software.  During that time we’ve had the privilege to study many dental businesses and practices across the country. It…

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How to waste money on advertising

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It’s easily done The adage “Fail to plan and you plan to fail” couldn’t be more true of advertising. But we’ve all done it. You know what happens – the friendly advertising rep from your favourite magazine rings you and tells you they can give you a half-page at a 75% discount, so you buy your bargain space and feel…

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Getting digital marketing right

Don’t shout – whisper Digital PR and marketing apparently provide businesses with some distinct advantages over traditional methods. People will tell you that you can reach a bigger audience. Well, you sort of can, sometimes. But traditional media still has a massive reach. They will also tell you that, you can more easily reach a better-targeted audience. Well, that’s true…

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New website launched – Heditude 2018

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Heditude 2018 – website by Precision PR We were recently asked to create a website for Heditude 2018, a local community music festival. The site took us just over a week from approval of our initial design to launch. This includes managing approvals by the volunteers who run the festival in their spare time. We’ve now built three websites (as…

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New win – ghost writers

Specialist copy writing services Chris has recently been engaged to write blogs and website copy for a large, Thames Valley-based marketing agency. He was selected for his flexible approach to the task plus his previous experience in the subject. Although we can’t disclose the name of the client or the end-user of the copy, we’re pretty damn happy to have…

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