Dittoe Public Relations Leads Vita Coco to a 216% Increase in Media Placements in 2020
In 2020, Dittoe Public Relations was hired to manage PR for the world’s leading coconut water brand Vita Coco. Vita Coco’s ultimate goal for the partnership was to see a larger volume of quality media coverage for the brand.
Dittoe PR Helps to Increase Downloads for Jobvite Brand-Sponsored Reports by 400%
In 2020, Jobvite, the leading end-to-end talent acquisition suite provider, turned to Dittoe Public Relations to lead the creation of two brand-sponsored reports: Job Seeker Nation and Recruiter Nation.
Dittoe Public Relations Secures $22 Million in Advertising Equivalency
In March 2020, Beloit College, like thousands of other universities across the country, was forced to shut down its campus due to stay-at-home orders and make immediate pivots to online learning. The negative impact on learning and the economy due to COVID-19 caused widespread distress across the entire higher education sector.
Dittoe Public Relations Secures 300 Pieces of Media Coverage
Dittoe PR first began working with Geronimo in spring 2017 to promote the grand opening of Ironworks Hotel Indy. Dittoe PR was tasked with developing and executing a strategic PR plan that included local, trade and national media relations, local influencer relations, thought leadership campaigns and full social media management.
Dittoe Public Relations Generate More Than 365 Million Media Impressions
Lonely Whale turned to Dittoe Public Relations to drive national and international media to attend and cover the Museum of Plastic in NYC and Miami.
Together, Lonely Whale and Dittoe PR determined the best timing to launch the first installation and to
attract the most media attention was during World Oceans Week in NYC.
Dittoe PR Secures Byline Placements and TV Segments to Share the Benefits of Massage Therapy
When Cristina and Matt Goebel opened their first Massage Heights retreat at Ironworks Hotel Indy in fall 2017, the location was experiencing good foot traffic, thanks to its brand reputation and an influx of hotel guests seeking an afternoon or evening of relaxation. The Massage Heights team knew they had a high-end, yet affordable service to offer clientele but struggled to get people coming back.