Public relations is, and always will be, about reputation - the result of what you do, what you say and what others say about you. Customers, influencers, journalists – they all have an opinion. Whether good or bad, it's these perceptions that will ultimately determine whether they want to support, shop or do business with you.
Which is why in today's connected world, it's more important than ever to hire a PR agency to build and protect your reputation.
We're an independent PR agency in Manchester that works in partnership with some of the world's leading brands – including BBC, TATA, Jaguar, Adobe and Squarespace – delivering integrated PR strategies and creative campaigns across a range of channels to help you reach your audience and achieve your goals.
No matter what your focus, our team has the expertise to connect people to your brand and build relationships that last.
Taking a deeper look at your business and customers, we help define your message and develop the most effective PR strategy.
We will help you to reach and engage your customers through all the right channels, while enhancing and protecting your reputation.
We create quality, measurable content that nurtures leads and turns prospects into customers and customers into brand advocates.
Attracting people is one thing. Converting them is essential. Our digital marketing services will ensure that you get the best return.
We’ll help you to develop long-lasting relationships with your customers and build your reputation through engaging conversation.
Bringing people to a website that doesn’t work will turn them off no matter how strong your PR. We make sure they convert.
“Boomerang not only works continuously to boost our reputation and attract people to our brand. They also help to convert those leads into customers. It's PR and marketing that generates results.”— Richard Baskerville, Studio Manager at Material Lab
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