Public Relations Campaigns From 10 Yetis
We don't do fluffy public relations, just PR that gets people talking about your brand and business. Our ethos is simple enough; we don't stop until we get you coverage.
We firmly believe that, pound for pound, online and offline, public relations can deliver the best return on investment for your spend. To read more about who we work with, visit the clients section of our site. Along with telling you more about the great companies we work with, our results page shows you copies of the press coverage we have achieved for them.
As a full service PR agency that also specialises in tech PR, we at 10 Yetis are passionate about taking ideas forward and transforming our clients' business.
We love our business and understand the importance of delivering a return on investment from your public relations spend.
Media Specialists Who Understand Your Goals
Maybe you want more people to hear about your business successes, or perhaps you need to shout about a new product or service? Whatever your reasons for wanting to feature in the media, 10 Yetis can help you. Our years of experience of working in the public relations industry means that not only do we have the kind of journalist contacts that can secure you the coverage you need in key titles, but we also have a good eye for spotting a quirky angle.
The press receive thousands of messages from companies every day and the need to stand out is vital. This is where 10 Yetis PR comes into its own by advising you on what you need to be doing apart from just firing out press releases to all and sundry. Maybe a quirky picture or case study would tip the balance and get you in front of the right people, we can help and advise you on the best steps to take.
Latest Press Release From 10 Yetis
Research by an online independent travel agency in the UK has revealed that a fifth of women admit to having had sunbed sessions in the run up to a holiday abroad to achieve a ‘base tan’; with the majority of these stating they didn’t want to look pale on their first day on holiday, whilst others claimed that they thought a base tan would prevent them from becoming sun burnt on holiday.
It would seem that the sunshine on holidays abroad is not enough for some holidaymakers, as new research by an online independent travel agency has revealed a rise in the number of women using sunbeds, despite their dangers, in the run up to going abroad in order to achieve a ‘base tan’.
www.sunshine.co.uk carried out the research as part of an ongoing study into the holiday preparations of people around the UK. 1,927 women from around the UK took part in the poll, each aged 21 and over. All respondents were asked about
Older Press Releases From 10 Yetis
Curious to discover more about the personal spending habits of American consumers when it comes to their makeup, one of the leading money saving websites in the US has revealed that the average woman keeps the same make-up ‘style’ for 11 years
One of the leading money saving websites in the US has conducted a new study to see how often women change their make-up style on a daily basis; the findings show that American women are often reluctant to change or update their
Concerned that apprenticeships and vocational training are too frequently ignored by secondary education providers as a post-GCSE or A-Level option, a leading website that explores university alternatives has launched a guide to explain the benefits of apprenticeships; including support from the National Apprenticeship Service (and CEO David Way)and PricewaterhouseCoopers ahead of National Apprenticeship Week 2013. Dragons’ Den star Levi Roots offers a foreword for the guide.
The results of the largest piece of research ever undertaken that looks at the likes and loathes of journalists from the UK, Germany, American and France have unveiled a number of startling statistics concerning the public relations, search engine optimization and media industries.
10 Yetis Public Relations carried out the research, the full results of which can be viewed in the agency’s White Paper; “The Likes, Loathes and Loves of Journalists” and
In order to mark the launch of a new sister website that enables members of the public to generate excuses that they can use in an attempt to get a week off work, an online travel agency in the UK has conducted a poll to discover who Britons believe to be the hardest working celebrities; or those most in need of a bit of time off.
Britons have voted Tom Daley as the hardest working celebrity, most in need of a holiday, just after his involvement in the reality TV show