AmandatoryPR LLC, 2016-2019

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Marketing

Marketing is a form of communication between you and your customers with the goal of selling your product or service to them. Communicating the value of your product or service is a key aspect of marketing.

The Four P's of marketing include identifying and developing your product, determining its price, figuring out placement in order to reach customers, and developing a promotional strategy. 

Developing a marketing plan is an important way to begin forming this strategy for reaching customers and encouraging them to buy. 

Our marketing services include: social media marketing, influencer marketing, search engine marketing & optimization, pay per click advertising, and website development. 

Public Relations

Firms and individuals should hire a public relations agency when they want to protect, enhance or build their reputations through the media​.

  • Public relations is the opposite of advertising. In advertising, you pay to have your message placed in a newspaper, TV or radio spot. In public relations, the article that features your company is not paid for. The reporter, whether broadcast or print, writes about or films your company as a result of information he or she received and researched.

  • Publicity is more effective than advertising, for several reasons. First, publicity is far more cost-effective than advertising. Even if it is not free, your only expenses are generally phone calls and mailings to the media. Second, publicity has greater longevity than advertising. An article about your business will be remembered far longer than an ad.

  • Publicity also reaches a far wider audience than advertising generally does. Sometimes, your story might even be picked up by the national media, spreading the word about your business all over the country.

  • Finally, and most important, publicity has greater credibility with the public than does advertising. Readers feel that if an objective third party-a magazine, newspaper or radio reporter-is featuring your company, you must be doing something worthwhile.

Content Management

Our content management includes: blogging, website content development, and interactive content design.
The usual stages in digital content management are:

  1. Creation

  2. Editing

  3. Publishing (publishing, in this context, means making the content available to users, whether Web site visitors or enterprise employees.

  4. Oversight, including managing updates and version control.

  5. Removal.

     

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