It’s your favourite time of the week again… the c3 PR team has the latest details on what’s coming up in the world of digital PR from 10th – 16th May.
From the release of monthly ONS data to awareness days and weeks, read on for handy tips and tricks on how you can make the most of these reactive opportunities.
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK 10TH – 16TH MAY
The theme for this years Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘Nature’, intending to raise awareness of the importance between mental health and the positive impact that nature can have on our minds.
Whether you create a blog post with top tips around the theme or just encourage others to spend more time outdoors next week, this is a great opportunity to educate yourself, clients, and those within the industry.
Learn more about how you can help others here.
NATIONAL VEGETARIAN WEEK 10TH – 16TH MAY
If your expertise is within the F&B industry, National Vegetarian Week is definitely an opportunity for you to get heard – we’d suggest utilising the week with a bit of proactive PR…
Take a look at the content that’s already sitting on your clients’ website and transform it with either a new piece of data or research to give it a new hook.
OUTPUT IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY, 12TH MAY
We can’t believe it’s been a month since the last ONS construction output for the UK was released. This is a great opportunity for a spot of reactive PR within the property industry – analyse, generate a response, and share your clients’ wisdom with the press.
The next round of statistics will be released on Wednesday, head here for the figures.
INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY, 12TH MAY
Not only is 12th May International Nurses Day, but it’s also Florence Nightingale’s birthday – quite possibly one of the most well-known nurses across the world!
This is a great opportunity to create a campaign that makes a difference, one that demonstrates gratitude to all of the wonderful nurses that perform miracles every day. Whether you choose to celebrate with a coffee morning, raise awareness with a whitepaper, or donate to an important cause, no idea is too small!
We hope that you’ll be able to utilise some of these key moments throughout the week ahead. If you would like to find out more about what we do, please visit our PR page today.