Engineering communications – harder than it used to be!
But we can make it easy again. Stone Junction specialises in engineering communications and technical PR for engineering companies. In fact, the company's managing director Richard Stone has over a decade's experience in the field.
When that decade started, marketing communications for engineering companies was easy. You placed your adverts in the trade press, issued some press releases and booked your stand at the most relevant trade show and you were done. You might have also put a newsletter out by post once a quarter, if you were particularly focussed.
But it isn't that easy anymore. Technical PR is about much more than writing press releases; it's about leading opinion and dominating your online market.
And what about social media? Blogging? E-mail marketing? Online video production? White papers? Podcasts? SEO? Web content? None of these things were commonplace a decade ago and many didn't exist at all.
The bottom line is that engineering communications is now much more complex than it used to be. But Stone Junction can take the headache away for you by providing a reliable and sophisticated outsourced service, covering everything from engineering PR and Blogging to newsletter production and social media marketing. So, if you need an engineering communications agency, get in touch today. Call 01785 225416 or e-mail email@example.com.
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Meet the team
As well as being a media relations and copywriting expert,
Jess specialises in social media. She works on a range of award winning
multinational accounts including FTSE listed Renishaw, UK manufacturer
Cressall and EU Automation.
Jess is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and holds a Dual Honours in Media, Communications and Culture and Psychology.
Junction has been going from strength to strength, building up its
client base and championing the achievements of technical and
engineering firms, some of which are in Staffordshire."
Ben Adams, Staffordshire County Council