British “break-up” hub in the international media spotlight

National and international media coverage for our client, SheLeft.Me

National and international media coverage for our client, SheLeft.Me

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