Impact PR: Fleur Revell
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Impact PR - Led by Qantas Award winning journalist Fleur Revell, and Mark Devlin, Impact PR is a boutique public relations and advertising agency. The firm is known as one of the more astute PR Companies Auckland has to offer.
The New Zealand PR agency specialises in brand-building communications. Fleur Revell utilises her wealth of experience in television, publishing, newspapers and marketing communications to deliver meaningful and measurable results to clients.
Impact PR helps clients to positively showcase their brands, resulting in a desirable public image and valuable third party endorsement.
Along with securing optimum and targeted coverage for clients, Impact PR offers in-depth and succinct media training. The PR firm has helped many clients to prepare for the spotlight; giving them the tools to effectively deliver their key messages and use their media time to its full potential.
Impact PR also offers advertising support to clients, managing their media research, planning, media buying and placing advertising. The PR agency understands its clients’ needs, making sure they always receive maximum results for their ad spend.
As an Auckland event management company, Impact PR has hosted numerous successful events for clients. Events specialist Fleur Revell believes the key is to plan for all outcomes, and always be prepared. She is able to see the event from guests’ perspective and create a high-impact offering which is both enjoyable for them and effective for the client.
The Impact PR team prides itself on professionalism while hosting client events, making sure to meet the needs of both the media and the client.
In-house celebrity endorsement specialist Fleur has had extensive experience in leveraging celebrity support. She is able to identify the potential issues that can arise and anticipate a solution before they occur; making sure a celebrity’s involvement in promoting a brand is successful for all those involved.
Impact PR offers crisis support to clients where negative publicity arises; arming them with the skills to achieve the desired outcome in these situations. This service is well utilised by clients, making the PR agency extremely experienced in this area.
Give the strong relationships Impact PR has with media, they have been able to quell negative exposure for their brands on many occasions.
In the same vein, the PR company (Auckland) offers online reputation management by monitoring material created by online traffic and professional journalism. This gives clients an insight into how their brand is perceived by the wider public, while also giving them the opportunity to rectify damaging material.
The PR firm also offers Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), utilising the skills of an expert consultant who is able to help clients achieve lucrative top rankings in Google. With a higher ranking, clients will receive more traffic to their websites and heighten brand awareness.
For clients in need of a website for their brand, Impact PR can provide website design services. Working alongside a distinguished designer who specialises in web concepts, graphics and interface design, the company ensures clients have the means to best market their brand on the web.
With the rise of social media, Impact PR fosters the trend towards companies growing their online presence. Using the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram the PR agency generates and monitors social media coverage in a way which helps to it to position its brands positively to consumers and media.
By employing a purposeful PR strategy, Impact PR secures valuable social media coverage with its clients’ overall business or brand objectives in mind.
Friday, 23 September 2016
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Thursday, 25 August 2016
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Wednesday, 17 August 2016
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Friday, 12 August 2016
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Wednesday, 10 August 2016
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Thursday, 4 August 2016
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Wednesday, 3 August 2016
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Wednesday, 27 July 2016
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Monday, 25 July 2016
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Tuesday, 19 July 2016
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Thursday, 14 July 2016
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Wednesday, 13 July 2016
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Thursday, 7 July 2016
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Monday, 4 July 2016
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Friday, 1 July 2016
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