Your Digital PR Agency!

We deliver much more than authority links via our Digital PR campaigns. You need big links and proven tactics with zero risk and this is how we help brands, big and small. We know exactly what the modern-day online media need in order to make your projects deliver against your goals. We guarantee that we won’t stop until we have carried out exactly what you need and more.

Everything you could need in order to deliver a successful Digital Public Relations campaign is under one roof here at 10Yetis. We have a public relations team ready for outreach projects. Alongside them we also have designers, web developers, content writers, film makers and content creators, all in one place!

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What is Digital PR?

It’s not just about the authority links that we bring to your site, Digital PR is more than that. What we do is a mix of generating sales, increasing rankings, growing newsletter databases and content creation. We also work on evergreen campaigns, search engine optimisation, social media growth, online reputation management, and stakeholder engagement. Everything that you would associate with modern day public relations.

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The benefits of moving to Digital PR

Let’s be clear from the start, Digital Public Relations is not a new thing. We have been running successful Digital PR campaigns since we launched 10Yetis back in 2005. These kinds of online media projects have been around for several years and mainly used as an SEO (search engine optimisation) tactic rather than a dedicated public relations function.

The ultimate benefit of a Digital PR campaign is that it helps you increase sales, either directly through relevant media coverage, or by sales-driving keyword rankings. This is all thanks to the links that these kinds of campaigns deliver. Sales are important, we get this, but you will also love the wider benefits such as growing newsletter databases, social media numbers, engagement levels and much more.

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Online Food Gifting Business

Year: 2020

Media Placement: Live, follow link on Good Housekeeping

Immediate sales within 7 days: £76,000

Prime keyword shift around product: from 4th to 2nd in Google

Long Term Sales from Article (6th months) £230k

How do you build a Digital PR Campaign?

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Whilst there is lots written about this subject, for us it is all about the idea, the execution and the sell-in. Coming up with great creative campaign ideas is something we have been doing for clients since 2005. From driving tanks round parliament to paintball bullet testers, online widgets and interactive infographics, we know every tactic that makes a story become a success.

Step One: Understand what you are trying to achieve
Step Two: Develop a range of ideas and tactics for you to approve
Step Three: Deploy the ideas and speak to the media
Step Four: Chase up for links (sometimes called “link reclamation”)
Step Five: Analyse the links, Follow, NoFollow, Syndicated etc

Sounds simple right? Of course, we need to sprinkle a bit of Yeti magic on top and this is where our years of building journalist relationships and contacts come in. The relationships help secure coverage, but we also rely on these to sense check ideas and campaign angles before we actually unleash them upon the world.

How our campaigns are structured

Once we understand your goals, (the most common digital campaign goals are links, sales, online reputation management and growing newsletter databases) we begin to plan out how we can achieve them. We agree the timescales of the project and get to grips with what technology or creative elements will fit best with your website (so the media has something to link back to).

We identify campaign ideas that will develop into evergreen pieces of content and will also give us multiple opportunities to go back to the media with a different variation of the story. For example, if we are deploying a web widget or calculator, we will try to design it in a way that will keep giving us results that we can share with the press across many regions or industry sectors, so we get the most out of every piece of Digital PR content that we create.

Typical Digital PR Strategies

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There is no such thing as a “typical” Digital Public Relations campaign here at 10Yetis. Every campaign is bespeaking to the goals that are set. There are typical tactics that can be used in order to hit those targets and these can include (but are never limited to):

Data Driven Campaigns

The word data sounds boring, the way that we present it, makes sure that it isn’t. Every business is sat on a goldmine of data and we can use this in ways that generate the kind of link building campaigns that hit your goals.

Interactive Infographics

Our content team have years of experience of showcasing complex data in a fun and engaging way. The industry has seen a gradual move away from flat infographics and more emphasis is now being put into interactive content where the user enjoys a richer content experience and is therefore more likely to share, although flat infographics can still work of course.

Widgets and Online Tools

Some of the most successful campaigns in our history have come from our online widgets. From sleep calculators through to exercise and fitness, well-being, money saving, property and automotive tools, we have built every type of online widget you could think of.

Concept Images

From Royal babies through to the latest technological gadgets, we have created images and in some cases prototypes to hang a media story around. These are always great fun.

Why choose 10 Yetis Digital PR?

We guarantee that we won’t stop until we hit your goals. We have over 15 years’ experience delivering campaigns of this nature for every size brand, from SME’s and individuals through to global organisations.

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Digital PR Checklist

  • Have clear goals
  • Understand the tools and technology available for campaigns
  • Have spokespeople ready and able to respond quickly to media demands
  • Have ideas that catch the eye
  • Have brilliant media relationships
  • Be able to plug into measurement and reporting tools that the business understands such as Google Analytics and alike

Case Study 1

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Hillarys Blinds

We’ve worked with Hillarys blinds since the start of 2016. Our task has always been to generate widespread coverage in consumer press (general news, homes and lifestyle), as well as lots of follow, high DA links for SEO benefit. Sister brands Thomas Sanderson, Duette, Victoria Blinds and Web-Blinds have also sat with us.

Approach: using a mix of survey and data-driven press releases, as well as features, reactive statements and, best of all, link-worthy content such as widgets or infographics hosted on the client’s site, we have achieved incredible results.

Results: Thousands of pieces of media coverage, regularly hitting in excess of 100+ pieces per month, hundreds and hundreds of high DA follow links, regularly feature in national and regional media titles.

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Case Study 2

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Decision Tech: Broadband Choices, CompareMyMobile, SellMyMobile

We worked with Decision Technologies across a range of their brands, including BroadbandChoices, comparemymobile.com, sellmymobile.com and mobilephonechecker. Although a UK brand, they wanted us to build links (for SEO) and coverage internationally, highlighting the US as a target too.

Approach: We ran research-based stories, advice-led features and, most successfully, a concept image-driven story based on how the human hand would look if it evolved to be optimised for smartphone usage. The image was designed to spike people’s curiosity and it worked well! We acted as Decision Technologies’ built-in press office.

Results: Hundreds of pieces of coverage and links for the brands! Phone hand of the future received 42 pieces, mostly in the USA, with 87% having follow links (for SEO benefit) and an average domain authority of 83/100.

We also received 322 pieces of coverage for three reactive statements (newsjacking). Regular coverage in the likes of Tech Radar, T3, This is Money, The Times, Pocket-Lint, Trusted Reviews, Yahoo! and more nationals. We provided a range of data and stats to the popular television programme, The Gadget Show, that led to a 2-minute promo and achieved 156 pieces of coverage for one reactive press office statement.

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If you want to take a different approach to getting noticed, then we have the skills and experience to help you. Get in touch now to find out how we can help your brand grow.

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