4 Steps To Improving Your Technology PR Writing Skills2019-08-16T11:55:16+01:00

4 Steps To Improving Your Technology PR Writing Skills 

Here at Sapience Communications, we are known as one of the top technology PR agencies situated in capital, being completely devoted to enhancing the reputation of our clients on the issues vital to their success. We are specialised in the work we carry out, so we very much understand how to write a successful tech PR piece. 

The ability to engage a reader and make points concisely is vital when writing PR pieces and starting with a blank page can be daunting. If you would like to understand how to produce stronger drafts for your technology company, please feel free to continue reading.  

  1. Plan 

With any PR work, planning what you are going to produce is essential. You need to establish from the offset exactly who the piece is for, what you are looking to achieve and narrow down exactly how you are going to achieve success. Good writing means finding the balance between form and content, structure and style, understanding your audience and tailoring written content to suit them.

  1.   Choose your words carefully

When writing a technology PR piece, it is very important to ensure you convey your main point quickly and clearly to keep your audience interested. While using engaging, interesting language, write brief, clear and straightforward sentences that clearly show your intentions. Be confident enough with your content to say things simply and clearly, rather than resort to flowery language.

  1.   Simple is better 

As we have already touched upon briefly, less is more in PR business, so it is important to clearly show your intentions with the piece without boring your readers. For example, when writing a blog post or article, it is important to use short paragraphs, bullet points and subheadings which will make it easier for the audience to be engaged with the content and actually take something from it. 

The overall purpose of the content is to ensure your audience receives the message you intend them to, so just make this incredibly clear. This type of writing strategy will save you a lot of time and make the pitches much more effective.

  1.   Proofread 

When reading back through your content, ensure that it makes sense and conveys the message you are looking to get across. One excellent way of doing this is to read the content aloud, which is guaranteed to highlight what phrasing is work and what isn’t. Good writing is as much about how it sounds as it is about putting words on a page. If you do not want to read the content aloud, you can use online proofreading services which are easy and highly efficient solutions. 

How can Sapience Communications help? 

As a London-based communications consultancy business, we can help you create innovative, rich content that is guaranteed to engage your customers. As well as writing physical content, we also work with all forms of media to implement powerful communications programmes to support our clients’ business objectives.

Here at Sapience Communications, we have international reach, working with best-in-class partners in the most important markets – so you know we are the business you need to go to. To find out more about the work we carry out, you can give us a call on 0203 195 3240 or send across an email to info@sapiencecommunications.co.uk. Include all of your relevant information and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.