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December 15, 2011

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Alexander residence

He he! The bit about x factor made me giggle! Great approach. So you're all set for Christmas viewing now :)

Emma

This is the kinda relationship I like with PR's and the kind that makes me want to talk about the brand they are representing. :)

jfb57

I agree with you about PR firms doing a bit of research. It doesn't take much ready (my strapline for instance) to see that I am not a mum of a baby!! I would love to work with more PR firms & obviously having both blogs I can link between parents & education but I get very few offers that are appropriate for either. :(

Rosie Scribble

Can you imagine the horror if the TV remote ran out of batteries mid-Christmas viewing?! It would like the Internet crashing and being left to survive without Twitter!!

Rosie Scribble

Hi Julia, quite a few PRs have read this post so you never know. That said, I would highly recommend putting something on your site (or both sites) saying that you are happy to work with PRs. Perhaps set up a PR/Advertising or Reviews page saying that you are open to offers. I've suggested that to quite a few people in the past and it seems to have worked. :)

Rosie Scribble

It's exactly the way to do it. The relationship can be mutually beneficial if time is taken to build it up, as you know. :)

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