Every company wants to see its name in lights, but PR is an investment of valuable time and funds newer businesses may not have. And while PR is proven to have seven times more credibility among consumers than paid efforts like advertising, startups with limited resources should think strategically about their priorities and business goals so they’re setting themselves up for success.
At Version 2.0 Communications, we’re incredibly proud to work with some of the most disruptive and promising startups out there. But we also have enough experience to know when companies are ready for our services –and aren’t afraid to suggest reconnecting in the future if we feel a company needs more development before taking on an agency. So before companies hire that high-powered agency they’ve heard about, they should ask themselves these four questions to know if they’re ready for PR:
What do you want to accomplish?
Have you established your brand?
Do you have the personnel?
Do you have an adequate budget?
For more on why these are the most important questions to ask, check out our latest tip sheet.
If it looks like you’re ready to explore your PR options, let us know. We’d love to hear from you!