Palamedes PR secured extensive national exposure for AudioGO over the weekend.
Our story about the gap between fictional Casanovas and real-life men generated coverage in the Times, Daily Telegraph and Daily Star.
The agency’s poll-led story revealed how four-out-of-five women in a relationship only come close to passionate gestures by reading a romantic paperback.
They blamed predictable or “dull” partners who, they say, fall “woefully short” of their fictional counterparts.
Instead, they must “live vicariously” through female characters in novels like Twilight, Bridget Jones and Pride and Prejudice, a new poll reveals.
The survey of 1,000 women was conducted on behalf of AudioGO, the publisher of BBC audiobooks, to mark last week’s release of the romantic comedy Much Ado About Nothing.
A spokesman for Palamedes PR, which specialises in B2C news-generation, said: “The combined readership of this story was vast, and we are grateful, as ever, to all three publications for publishing the copy.”
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