Be in front of your customer with RKM Communications PR and Media Relations Program RKM’s PR and Media Relations Program It is a known fact that presence in key media titles both online and in print, creates brand visibility and trust that positively impacts...
Social Media Did you know that the average daily time spent on social media per day is 142 minutes? And in 2022, the total number of social media users in the UK stood at 61.67 million.* In the UK social media is most popular amongst Gen Z and Millennials – one...
Influencer Marketing Campaign Did you know that 80% of beauty brands invested in influencer marketing campaigns last year (source MMI)? And did you also know that influencers had a return on investment of £8 for every £1 spent (source MMI)? The power of the Influencer...
Hope for 2022 As we begin another New Year, with an air of uncertainty, but with hope on the horizon for 2022, it is more important than ever to safeguard your business and increase your customer base to generate sales and revenue. Whilst we are still adapting to the...
Media relations increases your reach A presence in key media titles both online and in print, creates brand value and trust that positively impacts sales and revenues. PR is not to be confused with advertising. Having a top-tier, respected journalist positively...
We were delighted to see the Bank of England’s Chief Economist’s comments about the surge in consumer confidence and the positive impact this will have on consumer spend when the lockdown comes to an end, and we know that now more than ever, it is vital...
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