Our objectives for this campaign were:
We also knew that a huge challenge would be getting links for the site, so we also set the PR goal to achieve top-tier links and greatly increase brand recognition.
Through ideation and concept development sessions, our creative team came up with three ideas for how to get the campaign off the ground. First, we would get out there and survey Britain’s adult population about their desires (or lack of) to become self employed and/or own their own business.
We would then couple this with using Start Up Loans’ proprietary data to tell the inspirational stories of those who had already taken the step and followed their dreams. Once we had gathered all the relevant data, we would provide advice and mentorship through press features to offer support to those thinking of setting up their own business.
Over the course of a 6 month digital campaign, we achieved:
We acquired hundreds of new rankings over this period, directly attributed to the high authority and hyper relevant link acquisition brought about by the PR.
Organic traffic increased substantially over this timeframe, with tens of thousands of additional visits.
We also created a dedicated page hosted on the Start Up Loans Company’s website: https://www.startuploans.co.uk/business-advice/british-business-dreamers/
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