"The hottest new PR, Marketing & Events Firm with a take no prisoners approach, using social media, guerrilla and even hand to hand combat PR tactics. Our firm will help you dominate your corner of the market and eliminate your competition.
By saturating every relevant contact point with your message there will simply be too much noise for your competitors to be heard."
CLIENTS IN THE NEWS
NEVER STOP TALKING
ABILITY TO GET PRESS:
"First off, if a dating site were judged by its ability to get press, Lori Cheek may just have the next Match.com. Over the past few years the Cheek’d dating site has been featured in dozens of the most prominent news and technology websites including the The New York Times, Washington Post, Forbes, Tech Crunch and countless others."- Dating Website Review
> event management
> brand management
> social media management
> online promotions
> product placement
> product launches
> general publicity
> viral and guerrilla marketing
> brand and personality profiling
> one-on-one PR consulting (we teach you how to do your own PR)
"But it’s not just getting out there and spreading the word that sets Lori apart from other startups, it also has a lot to do with how easily she tells her story. It’s interesting, creative, and full of details that are ripe for the taking. If you’re a business owner and you’re looking for inspiration—shoestring budget or no—this is the gal to look to."- BPlans.com
PUBLIC RELATION SERVICES
Cheek’d founder and CEO Lori Cheek slips cards into random strangers bags, hoods, and pockets, plasters them on subway cars, movie posters, street art, public bathroom stalls, etc., and chalks her URL on sidewalks.
She even took a page from the Grasshopper book, mailing out a cryptic card with the Cheek’d URL to key influencers and press. This stunt cost about $12.50 and landed her on the front page of The New York Times Style Section. The article even led to interest from The Oprah Winfrey Show, a gig speaking at TEDx in NYC, and coverage of her TED talk in the Wall Street Journal."
"When asked how to get media coverage, Lori says that she prefers to take a subtle yet persistent approach."