We recently had the opportunity to share with Publishers Weekly some key guidelines to follow when hiring and working with a freelance book publicist. Read on to learn more and then let us know your thoughts!
New York, NY (July 20, 2015) — Over the River Public Relations has been working on a collaborative and innovative partnership with a like-minded book publicity firm in the UK. Our aim is to provide authors a reliable and effective extension of the successful promotional campaigns OTRPR offers in the US. To that end, we are pleased to announce our partnership with Literally Public Relations Limited, a public relations company that offers a refreshingly different, creative and competitively priced approach to securing you and your books the attention they deserve.
“We aim to support authors, publishers, writers, brand owners, consumer goods businesses, chefs and technology companies of all shapes and sizes as they share their unique story with their perfect target audience. We achieve this not just through excellent and innovative PR strategies that have been tried and tested by our team over many years; we consider the entire process. We look at the role of the client/face of the company, the personality of the book/brand and the story behind the story. We assist with brand creation, profile development and, if required, we build a name for our clients as respected authors with a voice to be heard.”
Literally PR Ltd. has worked with a range of clients including first-time authors, multinational publishing houses, technology start-ups and chefs. They love working with people who are passionate about their ‘product’ and want to take their journey to the next level. They have a range of services to suit all sorts of budgets and objectives.
If you’d like to know more about Literally PR and how they can help you expand in the UK market, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find out more about the publicists behind Literally PR, what services they provide, and who they represent on their website: http://www.literallypr.com/.
In this week’s Publishers Weekly we wrote an article for the Soapbox section that provides publicity and marketing tips and advice for authors who don’t deserve to get lost in the shuffle. This advice is especially important now, after the recent announcement of the merger of Random House and Penguin. Please read the article:
To understand what a book publicist does, we encourage you to read this week’s Publisher’s Weekly magazine and the Soapbox essay written by Claire McKinney: http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/columns-and-blogs/soapbox/article/47737-do-you-know-what-a-book-publicist-does-.html