There's a trend now for companies to do their own PR. While this may cut costs, it can be overwhelming. With PR coaching, they don't have to go it alone but can access sound advice and direction when they need it, without spending a fortune.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) September 27, 2010
Today, Garrett Public Relations announced a new offering, public relations coaching for do-it-yourselfers. For businesses on a tight marketing budget or those who need only advice from time to time, the new coaching service provides access to expert counsel with no strings attached.
"The stigma attached to PR is that it has to be expensive," said Michelle Messenger Garrett, owner and consultant, Garrett Public Relations. "Doing their own PR is one way businesses can save money; however, questions can arise. PR coaching gives companies and individuals access to sound advice and direction when they need it."
No contract or on-going commitment is required for PR coaching services. Clients can select a half-hour or hour-long session, or a monthly amount of time may be purchased. Additional services available include writing press releases, press kit materials and customer case studies, as well as conducting media and analyst relations, product launches and reviews programs, and managing speaking and award programs.
About Garrett Public Relations
Garrett Public Relations was founded in 1999 by Michelle Messenger Garrett, who has more than 20 years of experience working with companies ranging in size from small start-ups to large corporations such as HP, Adobe, Arthrocare, Sun, Symantec and others. She brings her wealth of experience to clients by providing a full range of services, from strategy and planning to implementation, all at a reasonable cost. As an award-winning writer, she specializes in writing PR and marketing materials including press releases, customer success stories, articles, backgrounders and marketing collateral. Visit http://www.michellegarrett.com for more information.