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What is the most frequently outsourced public relations activity?

By Caroline Heggeman

A group doing outsourced PR work.Have you ever heard of the phrase, “There will always be someone better at something than you are?'' 

 

Don’t think of it negatively. Instead, see it as a positive for businesses that outsource for certain goods or services. These businesses recognize their own flaws and search for help externally to improve. 

 

 

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Those who outsource to public relations firms are looking for assistance in areas their business lacks, such as event planning, publicity, or strategy initiatives. However, the most common request companies hire public relations agencies to help with is writing and communications, according to the book "Essentials of Public Relations Management."

 

Why?

 

Interacting with your audience is extremely important for businesses if they want to maintain a loyal customer base. With professional help, companies can strengthen the existing consumer relationships and expand their following.

 

How can a public relations agency do so?

 

Their team can create content for a wide range of formats: blog posts, articles, press releases, website copy, social media, white papers, email marketing, and more. This gives the business  the option to expand its platforms and create opportunities to connect with more people. 

 

Essentially, PR agencies can do it all. From great writers at a PR firm like Axia Public Relations, you’ll receive grammatically correct, engaging, yet informative content.

 

This cost-effective option eliminates the need to hire a full-time paid writing staff. You can choose the type of content you want generated and when it’ll be published, which will save your business money and time.

 

The money your business decides to spend outsourcing to PR agencies for its writing and communication skills will be well worth the investment. Once you give an experienced PR firm control over media responsibilities, you’ll find you have more time to focus on your business itself. 

 

If you think your business needs some professional PR help, contact us today! 

 

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