Claim Your Coverage!

Where possible on this blog I like to credit who has been behind the stories making the papers. Seems a fair way to do things and you’ll usually find out who’s behind stunts through thew various PR awards anyway.

Claiming Rules;

I will credit the client which should be fairly easy to do, since they should get a good namecheck if the PR is any good.

I will credit with a ? (standing for unconfirmed) the possible agency behind the story.

If it’s complex in that the client uses lots of agencies I’m just put that it’s unattributed.

The best way for this to work is to claim your coverage – all confirmed coverage will be written in bold.

Peter Bowles


One response

25 06 2008
Russell Williams

Hi Pete,

I hope all is well with you.

I can’t let the MORE TH>N ‘Lifesworth’ coverage go without claiming it for Cow! It’s gone down really well, and we hope it will be the start of a great ongoing campaign for the client.

Great to be recognised by the blog !

Let me know if you have any questions.



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