Public Relations and Journalism

Copestake Ltd offers Public Relations and publicity campaigns tailored to your needs, from a one- off press release or promotional newsletter to a timed strategic campaign for a product launch or stock market flotation.

Press Releases and Feature writing
Our press releases form the basis of your publicity campaign. How we proceed will be agreed following a detailed discussion with you.

Following sign off, your press release will be sent out to its target audience from your pre-agreed media list, which could include radio, TV, online, local newspapers, national newspapers, trade magazines, business journals, monthly glossies, emailed newsletters, web sites, social media, LinkedIn, Twitter etc.

We never send your press release out to the world’s editors; we target.

Costs will include liaising with client; research; preparation of release; interviews; photography; identifying targets; pitching to editors; follow up calls; cuttings service.

We offer a one-off approach as and when you need it or a retained package reviewed and renewable after six months.

Labouring over that newsletter, website, marketing copy, company brochure? Putting off hitting “send”? Let us proof-read and edit it for you.

We always use professional press photographers to provide images to accompany your story. See samples on this site or at

Graphic Design
Part of our service is to provide graphic design for branding, literature and web design. For samples see

Blogs shouldn’t be the domain of the person with nothing to say but plenty of time on their hands. We claim back this precious resource and give search engines something to do by refreshing your site constantly with fresh, captivating, sparkling, interesting information. We write your blog, weekly, monthly, whenever you like.

Social Media including Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
We’ll happily Tweet for you or keep your LinkedIn status up to date. All posting will be signed off by our clients first. See Kate Copestake’s Tweets and follow @KateCopestake

We keep up to speed with, and abide by, UK Media Law.

Kate Copestake is an NTCJ trained journalist and has been published widely.