Digital PR Training Agency in London
In the ever-changing world of digital, learn how to build high-quality, topical and authoritative links and stay on top of digital PR trends.
Why do you need digital PR Training?
What our clients are saying
“We were delighted with the outstanding results achieved through our work with Distinctly. The combination of technical skill and creativity, from the detailed data-set retrieval to the sentiment analysis, ensured a comprehensive methodology and valuable links from high-authority publications.”
Chloe Chai, Head of Marketing at Marketzoo
“Our prominence in both local and national news sites to date is encouraging and I look forward to seeing this continue to flourish.”
Dan Marchant, Founder and Director of Vape Club
“I highly recommend working with Distinctly. They have extensive knowledge of the SEO and PR landscape, and channel this into creative ideas that lead to tangible results.“
Ameilia Costanzo, SEO Manager, YuMOVE
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Frequently asked questions about digital PR training
What digital PR training do you offer?
Our training covers everything from media list building to outreach and ideation, through to campaign production. As well as competitor analysis and how to analyse backlink profiles. We’ve got you covered; whether you’re looking to cover all bases or a more in-depth training for one particular part of the process.
Do I need prior SEO or digital PR knowledge?
No, is the short answer. Our training covers all experience levels and we can shape our training materials around this.
How long is the training session?
This can vary depending on how many people are in the room, whether we’re face to face and also what the training is on. We can provide short 2-hour sessions for more targeted training, or full-day sessions where we can dive into everything about digital PR.
What is the recommended size of the team?
We can provide training on a one-on-one basis or up to a team of 10 if needed. The material of the training may differ slightly depending on the team size to ensure everyone gets the same learning experience.
Is the training virtual or face-to-face?
Whichever works better for your team. We are happy to come to your offices, host you in our office for the day or schedule training virtually. If there are parts of the training that are interactive, we will let you know and recommend face-to-face training.
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