PRHive's features

PR tasks simplified with automated reports, AI-driven pitches, and data insights. Refine your conversations and narrow complex data to make timely and stress-free decisions that drive impact.

Media database software

PRHive’s media database software has a global network of journalists, websites, and emails. You can easily select the individuals or sources that are relevant to your needs. This dynamic feature gives you access to up-to-date data, including contact details and their most recent articles. Our software efficiently sorts through locations, topics, positions, and keywords to refine your search.

Once you’ve found your contact list, the database software not only preserves it but also furnishes your list with fresh contacts based on your list. You can communicate, maintain, and build relationships with journalists for future reference. It also gives updates on each press release by notifying whether it was chosen and whether it's the right time for a follow-up. With this central hub, you can find journalists, research their work, manage contacts, and collaborate with your teams all in one place.

Press release software

While you might already know a handful of journalists in your niche, locating their contacts, sending emails, and expanding your contact list can be quite time-consuming. Our software simplifies your PR workflow by providing timely and convenient press releases. It efficiently filters through contacts and calculates the perfect time to send the press release guaranteeing a secure spot in media headlines.

PRHive’s press release software gives you the advantage of control and customization. It creates compelling headlines and pinpoints the newsworthy angle in your releases. We also provide a range of templates so you can tailor your releases according to various formats, whether it's for general news, product launches, events, rebranding, or partnerships. Our AI software seamlessly collaborates with the press release software to make this process as supportive and result-driven as possible.

Traditional PR vs. Digital PR
In the world of Public Relations, there is a choice between traditional PR (sometimes called offline PR) and digital PR. Both have their pros and cons, both are great for boosting brand awareness. Yet they're quite different. This article will break down the differences between traditional and digital PR.

Coverage report

Recognizing the importance of metrics like impressions, opinions, and social media interactions is the driving force in PR, but collecting and presenting these figures is time-consuming. PR professionals and the clients need clear visualizations of these metrics to comprehend your PR strategies. PRHive’s coverage report shortens this lifespan with automation. It maps out and presents data so you can impress your clients with executive summaries and graphical charts.

Our system creates reports with integrated metrics that tap into social media, including Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. It also tracks website traffic, media conversations, and SEO. You can create separate reports depending on what data you want to visualize. Whether you want to look at the success of a particular campaign, engagement on specific posts, or explore other metrics, our platform can help you transform technical data into digestible reports.

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