You need to be able to devote 3–4 hours per week for this programme. 1–2 hours to listen to the weekly video and do the exercises and another 1–2 hours to attend or listen to the Q&A session and revise if necessary your work.
Not a problem at all – this is a beginner’s course for small business owners. It’s not a course teaching you how to become a PR Pro to go work in an agency. It’s teaching you the essentials to understand how PR will help your business.
Says who? Some PR opportunities don’t require you to do any writing – the journalist will do it for you. But some you will have to provide content. We can teach you how to structure your press releases and media pitches. If you’re really struggling we can offer an additional Done For You service at … Read more
If you’re going to promote yourself and/or your business you need to have somewhere or something to send people to if they’re interested to find out more. So ideally yes you should have a website. But if you have a specific case where you think it isn’t necessary, get in touch and we can discuss … Read more
All types of businesses need to be proactive with their PR to build a strong and credible reputation and attract their ideal clients.