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Public Relations


Cleary Strategies is a full-service public relations agency that serves clients across various industries.  We specialize in media exposure, crisis communications, media training, and overall media strategy.

Public relations falls under the umbrella of marketing and communications, and in today's media climate, PR is more important than ever. It's the job of a public relations specialist to manage the image of a company or individual, to maintain good relationships with the public, and to tell a story across multiple media channels.

What Are the Main Categories of PR?

PR can be divided into two main categories: corporate communications and crisis communications.

Corporate communications encompasses everything from brand management and reputation management to thought leadership and event planning.

Crisis communications, on the other hand, is about anticipating reputation threats and managing negative publicity.

Why is Public Relations Important?

In today's age of social media and the 24-hour news cycle, it's more important than ever for companies to have a good reputation and a thought-out plan to maintain that reputation. A strong public relations strategy can help build trust and credibility with customers, investors, and other key audiences. It can also help a company navigate through difficult times, such as a product recall or scandal.

How Do Brands Benefit from Public Relations?

Consider the top benefits of incorporating PR into your marketing strategy:

  • Building credibility and trust

  • Increasing brand awareness

  • Generating positive media coverage

  • Managing and mitigating negative publicity

  • Creating thought leadership content

  • Planning and executing events


Some of the world's most successful companies, such as Apple, Amazon, and Nike, have built their reputations on the back of strong PR campaigns.

What Does a Successful PR Campaign Look Like?

There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the ingredients of a successful PR campaign will vary depending on the goals and objectives of the company.

A successful PR campaign should also be tailored to the specific audiences that the company is trying to reach. For example, a tech startup will have different communications needs than a major corporation.

However, there are some common elements that all good PR campaigns share, such as:

  • Clear objective or goal

  • Strategic planning

  • Creative thinking

  • Thought leadership

  • Media relations

  • Crisis planning

PR for Every Industry

At Cleary Strategies, we specialize in a variety of PR services and have experience working with clients in the technology, lifestyle, health, finance and hospitality industries. Our team of dedicated professionals is equipped to handle everything from media placements to crisis management and content marketing for a wide range of industries, including:

  • Legal PR & Public Relations for Lawyers

  • B2B Public Relations

  • Small Business PR

  • Corporate PR & Public Relations for Large Companies

  • Wealth Management PR & Public Relations for Financial Advisors

  • Luxury PR

Cleary Strategies Can Help

No matter what your story is, Ronica Cleary and our team of experienced PR professionals can help you share it.

We'll work with you to develop strong PR and communications strategies that will get your message out there. Whether it's through TV placements, print or online articles, radio interviews, or across a vast array of social networks, we know how to help you uncover your story, share your message, preserve your image, and build the skills needed to thrive in today’s media climate. 

If you're ready to take your public relations to the next level and deliver your message with confidence, contact us today. We are eager to discuss your needs and to develop a customized PR plan that will help you achieve your goals.

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What is PR?

Public relations is the process of managing communication between an organization and its public. PR practitioners work to build and maintain a positive reputation for their clients, typically by managing the flow of information between them and the media.

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