Palamedes PR has secured national and international consumer media coverage for SheLeft.Me, the new “break-up” hub for men.
Our consumer PR campaign resulted in brand exposure in the Mail Online and in the New York Daily News. It also achieved column inches in more than a dozen titles in both the UK and in the States.
The Mail Online and the New York Daily News – the USA’s second most popular news website – attract more than 200million unique visitors per month respectively. Today’s exposure follows previous coverage in other key titles, including The National Student.
The coverage resulted from a poll which found that men take an average of 30 days to end a relationship, whereas women are able to go from “unhappy to untroubled” in only a few days. The research was conducted by SheLeft.Me in the run-up to Valentine’s Day 2014.
You can view the Mail Online and New York Daily News coverage in the gallery below, or through our consumer PR portfolio, here.
A spokesman for Palamedes PR said: “The SheLeft.Me campaign has captured the attention of the media and the public, and we are very happy to have been involved in the brand’s creation and development.”
To discuss a consumer PR campaign, and to see what we can do for your budget, contact the award-winning consumer PR agency, Palamedes PR, here.
By Mick Blight