REICHLUNDPARTNER Public Relations, the creative PR agency
Public relations, also called PR, is a powerful tool that no company can do without. Therefore, our PR agency team deals with brand and corporate PR, lifestyle PR, crisis PR as well as PR coaching and develops corporate publishing projects. For the professionalism of our working methods we were awarded by medianet as "PR agency with the best industry image".
Your PR agency in Vienna, Linz, Graz
REICHLUNDPARTNER Public Relations is far more than your regular PR agency, as we can draw on the expertise of one of Austria’s top-performing agency groups. This makes us a strong partner for successful publicity work.
REICHLUNDPARTNER Public Relations
The PR agency for agenda setting
The PR agency for corporate PR
The PR agency for corporate publishing
The PR agency for PR coaching & media training
The PR agency for employer branding
“The PR agency for the future”
“The PR agency for the future” prefers to use high-quality media to differentiate from the fake news of social media. Corporate publishing, proprietary channels, social media, advertorials and also tangible personal communication are part and parcel of the PR mix. Our interdisciplinary team comprising members from all areas of communication makes this possible.
Owned media: proprietary PR channels.
Owned media refers to all publications in the enterprise’s proprietary media. This includes brochures, the company’s own website and own newsletters, but also tangible personal communication at live events.
Paid media: advertorials and context-sensitive reports
Paid media refers to all bookable analog, digital and social media, in other words all advertising in the press, print, TV, radio, outdoor and also all online media, including advertorials and context-sensitive reports in the digital media.
Earned media: the core of public relations
Non-purchasable, editorial publications also fall under the umbrella of public relations or publicity. These are all publications written by journalists in the analog and digital media.
Shared media: PR with potential
This refers to all publications shared in the communities on social media. It includes all shared articles, user comments and likes. Social media is thus increasingly becoming an integral part of any PR strategy.
Questions & Answers
Public relations is the influencing of opinions and the setting of confidence-building actions through the gratuitous, targeted management of communications to the public.
The task of a PR agency is to:
Since public relations also takes place in all channels, close cooperation between the experts from the creative agency, media agency, digital agency, social media agency and event agency on an equal footing is very important. Good agencies form interdisciplinary teams.
A PR agency offers a wide range of services to improve and promote a company’s image and reputation. These include media relations, crisis communications, event management, social media management, influencer marketing, content strategy, branding and brand positioning.
As part of media relations, a PR agency assists in drafting press releases and sending them to relevant media outlets to maximize reach. Organizing press conferences and interviews is also one of their tasks.
In the event of a crisis situation, fast and effective crisis communication is crucial. A PR agency can help develop a suitable strategy and coordinate communication with the public.
In addition, a PR agency supports the planning and execution of events to present the company and its products or services. Collaboration with influencers and the creation of content for social media channels are also part of a PR agency’s range of services.
Booking a PR agency is a simple process, but it requires a few steps. First, you need to be clear about what you expect from the agency and what budget you have available.
An important step is to research suitable agencies. Here you can rely on recommendations from colleagues and business partners or search independently on the Internet. Pay attention to the experience and references of the agencies.
After you have made a selection, you should contact the agencies and arrange an initial meeting. During this meeting, you can clarify your expectations and goals and get an impression of how the agency works.
Once you have decided on an agency, you should sign a contract that specifies the services, the fee and the duration of the cooperation. In addition, you should agree on the communication channels and the schedule.
In summary, booking a PR agency is a structured process that includes thorough research, an initial meeting and a contract. With the right agency on your side, you will gain public prominence.
The cost of a PR agency’s work varies depending on the scope and type of services it provides. However, there are usually two different types of fees charged by PR agencies: Hourly fees and monthly retainer fees.
Hourly fees are typically charged for project-based work, such as organizing an event or writing a press release. Rates can vary by agency and staff experience level, and at REICHLUNDPARTNER Public Relations (RUP-PR) range from 100 to 250 euros per hour.
Monthly retainer fees are a regular fee charged by an agency for providing PR services on a monthly basis. This can include press release creation and distribution, media relations, crisis communications and social media management. Retainer fees at REICHLUNDPARTNER Public Relations (RUP-PR) vary from 2,000 to 10,000 euros per month.
Successful collaboration with a PR agency is based on both parties working transparently and communicatively. It is important to define clear goals and expectations and hold regular feedback rounds to ensure that the PR agency understands the client’s needs and can act accordingly. Open and honest communication is key to successful collaboration and effective implementation of PR strategies. It is also important to keep in mind that the successes of a PR campaign are often only visible in the long term, so be patient and continuously evaluate and adjust the collaboration.
A PR agency can help your company in several ways. First of all, it can help create a positive external perception and strengthen your company’s image. This includes, for example, creating press releases, placing articles in relevant media, organizing events or arranging interviews with relevant people.
Furthermore, a PR agency can also help increase your visibility and better reach your target audience. This can include social media campaigns, influencer marketing or targeted advertising measures.
Another important task of a PR agency is crisis communication. In the event of negative coverage or damage to your image, a PR agency can help defuse the situation, inform the public and restore your company’s image.
Overall, then, a PR agency can help improve your company’s image and visibility, create a positive external perception, and act quickly and professionally in crisis situations.
Working with a PR agency can offer many advantages. For one thing, PR agencies have a broad network of contacts in the media and can thus achieve a wide reach for your brand or company. This allows you to reach your target audience more effectively and spread your message in a targeted manner.
On the other hand, PR agencies can use their experience and know-how to help you develop strategies and concepts to optimally position your brand or company and improve its image. They help you to choose the right channels and create the appropriate content to inspire your target group.
Furthermore, PR agencies can help you react appropriately in crisis situations and ensure fast and effective communication. Through their expertise in crisis communication, they can help minimize potential damage to your brand or company.
Last but not least, working with a PR agency can also help you save time and resources. By outsourcing PR work to an agency, you can focus on your core competencies and rely on the team at REICHLUNDPARTNER Public Relations (RUP-PR).
A PR agency usually needs between three and six months to deliver results. However, this depends on several factors, such as the scope and complexity of the project, the target audience, the strategies and tactics used, and the client’s budget. A successful PR strategy requires time and persistence to achieve long-term results. It is important for the client to have realistic expectations and patience in order to achieve the best results. A good PR agency will give the client regular updates and work with them to make strategic adjustments to keep the project on track and achieve the desired results.
A PR agency has many strengths:
Finding a PR agency that fits your business can be challenging. However, there are some steps you can take to simplify the process:
A PR agency can help your company successfully spread your message and achieve your goals. By following the steps above, you can find an agency that fits your business and helps you effectively achieve your PR goals.