Jenni Moulson, who left her role as Harrogate Advertiser business editor five years ago to found Haig PR, said the new agency recognised the changing needs of businesses in a digital age.
Business communications rely heavily on technology and content whether that be informative and searchable blogs, knowledge based articles and whitepapers or targeted website content.
In a digital age social media channels are overflowing with average content and as journalists we can offer intelligent, well-written articles that people will notice, read and share.
Vicky Carr left JP in 2012 to run her freelance journalism and copywriting business Verve Words and Katie Oxtoby worked on the Harrogate newsdesk until June this year. Together, they will combine their experience of more than 45 years in journalism, PR and copywriting to provide quality content for businesses in all sectors.
The agency will also provide integrated social media services to distribute content and build audience engagement.
Good quality writing and the strategic sharing of that content can have a powerful impact on brand engagement and marketing campaigns.
We will be working with individual businesses and digital agencies to deliver content marketing strategies that generate loyalty and sales.
Delivering that data in a readable, interesting and engaging way is something many businesses struggle to do. Our background in journalism means we are able to find the stories at the heart of the statistics and share them with new audiences in a powerful way.
To find out more, visit www.content-market.co.uk, email email@example.com or call 01423 501323.