I have worked with Sarah and the Square One PR team for over 6 years and each campaign they continually exceed my expectations with the results they achieve. Whether it is securing coverage across major TV news stations, morning TV, radio channels and major newspapers or coming up with out-of-the box ideas for media stunts, their results have been amazing. Sarah is one of the most dedicated, hard-working PR consultants I have ever worked with and an absolute pleasure to deal with.
Square One PR has done an exceptional job raising our company profile in new markets, undoubtedly contributing to our success in new regions. The Square One PR team is always available. I take comfort in knowing I have someone who will respond when a media enquiry comes in on a Sunday. They have an impressive knowledge of our business, which is essential in selling our services. They have a unique ability to hit all of the key messages in the first draft.
In the weekly and fortnightly magazine biz, time is of the essence. The team realise this and go above and beyond to meet our deadlines and deliver accurate and relevant information as well as appropriate case studies that marry-up perfectly with the style, tone and content of the publication and our demographic. As a result of a this pro-active, effective and enjoyable working relationship, I will endeavour to give editorial endorsement to projects Square One are working on and their clients when I can. They are one of my most valued PR companies around.
I have always found Square One engaging and very professional. They are quick to respond to media requests for information whether it be data or quotes. Importantly, they understand the time pressures journalists are under and will respond accordingly. I thoroughly recommend them as public relations consultants.
Most PRs send emails out in a scattergun approach. They have a scant understanding of what the publications they’re approaching need, they have little understanding of individual journalists’ expertise and they seem bewildered to discover that we’re not much interested in all sharing the same story. That’s not true of Square One PR.