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Your Questions Answered

What is Little PR Rock Marketing's client onboarding process?

We need to find out about you and your business so I provide a FREE 30 minute consultation about your needs and how I can help. Then we will provide a bespoke quote.

Do you work on retainer?

Yes, I do both individual projects and offer a retainer option. Prices range from £500 to £2,200+ per month with a contract. We recommend that you work with us for 6 months for maximum results. All quotes are estimates and are valid for 30 days from the date of submission. If the client’s needs change the price will reflect those changes.

How do we work together online? In-person?

We generally use Zoom or Teams to meet clients. However face to face meetings can also be arranged within Rugby, Coventry (University of Warwick) or Birmingham central areas subject to government travel guidelines.

How many revisions can I have for a design?
I offer one draft and then two free amendments. Further alterations may be charged at an hourly rate of £55.
What is your turnaround time?

We will endeavour to complete all tasks by the agreed deadline, provided that all information/ copy/ images/ amendments/ agreements are in place.

Who is responsible for signing off the project for publication?

You will be responsible for signing off the final draft of any project.

Can I use my own images?

Yes, provided that you can guarantee that they do not infringe on copyright. We can use both free and paid stock libraries. Licensed images we use can only be supplied to you as part of the original artwork. You can subscribe to the same stock library for your own licence for your use. Our own conceptual designs created for you are yours.

Do you offer a guarantee?

We can guarantee that  we will do the best we can to achieve your goals. However, there are many factors in public relations so, unfortunately no guarantees. Here is why:


Some of our clients tell us that they do not recognise themselves in the bios we create for them. It is only our outside perspective that makes the difference, as the information needed for these bios is indeed accurate. Knowledge is a valuable commodity. Communication—the act of sharing knowledge—is a currency.

It is important to recognise and appreciate that not all information is of equal value; as such, a plethora of new insights could be the driving force behind creative thinkers who seek to make positive change. A large number of new insights can spur the creation of leaders who want to make positive change.