Publications or PR is essential for any brand looking to build a reputation in their industry and gain consumer trust. Whether a company is a Fortune 500, startup, or MNC, the need for PR is there.
Though startups often launch public relations initiatives that are similar to those of established companies, the difference lies in the strategy and execution. Entrepreneurs often cannot use the same type of PR strategies that established brands like Google and Microsoft use and expect the same results. Therefore it’s imperative for startups to specifically address the unique needs and challenges of being a new company while creating their PR strategy.
Often startups begin with little or no brand awareness. Therefore, the focus of PR is often to build brand awareness with startup-specific objectives such as:
Startup PR often focuses on building brand awareness, which is essential when there is little or no history. This can present challenges in getting media coverage. Startups need to differentiate themselves from existing companies and explain how it adds more value than its competitors.
Startups often find short-term opportunities to introduce their brand by focusing on opportunities and their core target audience. This allows them to narrow their focus and put their resources into earning media coverage in specific publications.
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Media coverage often leads to exposure to your core target audience, be it customers, investors, regulators, or whomever you need to educate about your brand story. This helps in some core areas, which are:
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