Home > PRest's Worksno > mediaPR strategy of oq

mediaPR strategy of oq

PR strategy@PR strategies are important at the stage of the marketing. We create news, which can be taken up by mass media.

As for the greatest characteristic of PRest, it is our media PR strategy which begins with the marketing phase.
We make this possible, and it serves to effectively set the exposure to the major Japanese magazines and TV programs which are highly effective on the responses by incorporating the tactics that enhance media exposure.
PR strategies are important at the stage of the marketing.
PR strategy@The tips which are to be picked up by mass communication by necessity
PR strategy@The tips which are to be picked up by mass communication by necessity
Commentary media strategy
  • Many companies make efforts in commoditization and "promotion activities" in the sales phase, when they carrying out media PR. In contrast, the greatest characteristic of PRest is to "make scenarios which are to get the media exposure".
  • When the companies try to focus on Japanese media promotion (publicity) with television, (newspaper and magazine)s, this greatly differs from the other ways of advertising, and it is an extremely difficult task to get people to pick up the "services and products".
  • If you set the marketing PR strategically, it is important to include materials which become news from the stage of developing products and services, and try to plan for differentiation. If PRest which is familiar with the Japanese media becomes the brainy part of your company, it will be able to effectively direct interview by the mass media which has been difficult up till now.
  • A new way of marketing will be initiated, such as below.
  • PR strategy
  • PR activity
  • Public relations development
PRest's work
PRest's Worksno
PR strategy
PR activity
Public relations development
  • The consultation with PRest
  • Solutions by PRest
  • PRest WEB strategy
  • Risk management by PRest
  • What is PR
  • Consulting by PRest
  • TV PR Strategy ColumnI
pagetop