Punch Expands Social Media Operation

Market Harborough, Leicestershire,(RushPRnews) March 7, 2009-Digital PR Agency Punch Communications has expanded its social media offering to clients with all of its eight Public Relations Consultants now registered with and regularly utilising social media news sites such as Digg, Del.icio.us, Furl and Reddit to post and share content around the internet.

It is imperative that a PR Company remains ahead of current trends and at the forefront of social media technological developments in order to gain an advantage over other companies – particularly as the credit crunch tightens its grip on the British economy and competition to win new clients and campaigns intensifies.

Each member of the Punch Communications PR team now utilises in excess of 30 social bookmarking and media sites to boost visibility and circulation of client press releases and news stories. The sites will act as adding an extra string to the bow of Punch Communications already extensive list of press and media contacts. Punch handles clients across all sectors and subsequently, their impressive list of media contacts spans sectors such as lifestyle, consumer, automotive and digital.

PR Agency Punch Communications has grown year on year since its beginnings six years ago and is now hiring in order to extend its Technology PR department in anticipation of the increased amount of workload after a significant increase in enquiries through the Punch homepage and several new client wins in the first quarter of 2009. The Punch team consists of eight public relations professionals, each of whom add something extra to the team in terms of talent, enthusiasm and dedication.

For more information regarding Digital PR, or to find out what Punch could do for you, why not search for PR Jobs at Punch, contact Managing Director Pete Goold at Punch Communications on 01858 411600 or via the internet by visiting http://www.punchcomms.com.

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