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How To Stay Relevant

Unless you're living under a rock, you'd be very aware that every day we're absolutely bombarded with 1000's of messages begging for our attention.


So how do you cut through the noise and stay relevant to your customers and clients?


This isn't easy, but it can be done. And the answer is simpler than you think...

Here it is.

  • Be genuine

  • Be reliable

  • Provide value

  • Deliver quality

  • And most importantly...tell people about it.

This is the tricky part. To stay relevant, you need to stay top of mind. And you do that by reminding your customers and clients about your good work...but without boasting about it. Us Aussie's love to cut people down with a bit of tall poppy syndrome.


So how do you do this?


Subtle and positive messages across all of your communication platforms (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google, email, website, newsletters...and the list goes on...) that both promote your service BUT ALSO bring some value to the person reading it.


That's it. Now go for it.


If that sounds like something you'd like a bit of help with. Just let us know 😉

 

What's news at Flex PR? Lots!

Did you catch Flex PR General Manager Brent Cue on Ticker TV News last week? Brent was a special guest on the morning show with host Adrian Franklin to talk marketing, why everyone needs a video strategy and a bit of politics.


Check it out.


 

Flex Public Relations turns 1 🎂


In the past year we've grown from 1 to 3 team members, partnered with dozens of businesses, gone behind the scenes on major sporting events and featured on breakfast TV.


However there's no doubt 2020 was a tough year. Which is why we're proud to have worked closely with all of our clients to develop targeted, engaging and affordable PR & marketing solutions no matter the size or budget.


So from all of us here at Flex, thank you to everyone for your support and we look forward to working with you into the future.


Here's to a bright 2021 ahead for all of us!

 
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