Is your PR strategy helping to boost your search rankings as well as gaining great exposure for your business? At Traveltappers, we understand the power of PR to earn valuable inbound links to your website and how that helps put your business in front of millions more potential customers. What’s more, we’re well equipped to achieve the top-quality coverage that fuels search. Our team has many years’ experience working as journalists at the top of the national press, complemented by a leading travel public relations strategist. We’re storytellers by trade – we instinctively know what makes a great idea and how to make it relevant to busy journalists – and we have some of the best contacts in the business. Our measureable SEO PR campaigns are created to dovetail with your integrated digital marketing plan. Want to find out more? Get in touch.




Strategic planning

Our highly effective, integrated PR plans flow from your sales and marketing priorities. We also have extensive experience of crisis management.

Public relations

Compelling campaigns, top-quality materials and strong relationships with journalists and editors are at the core of our work.

Social media

We dovetail our press work with activity carried out by our experts or your own team across social-media channels.


We create imaginative, relevant, well-written pieces that command the attention of target audiences.


All our work focuses on earning valuable online backlinks to boost your site’s authority in the eyes of Google.


We stay ahead of the game with our measurement and evaluation processes, using the latest data analysis software.


Backlinks – measuring PR success
  • 11 August, 2016
  • Kate Simon

Why are backlinks important for PR? Stella Bayles of CoverageBook.com explains.

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Editor Lisa Markwell and the staff of the Independent on Sunday see the final edition off stone on 19 March 2016
What does the end of The Independent in print mean for PR?
  • 16 April, 2016
  • Kate Simon

Having spent almost 15 years at The Independent and The Independent on Sunday, I was deeply saddened by the newspapers’ closure in March this year.

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Crisis point: the clear-up begins in Banda Aceh after the 2004 tsunami. Photo: Australia Civil-Military Centre 
Crisis management – why you need a plan
  • 15 April, 2016
  • Tracy Long

A crisis can strike at any time and have devastating results on a business. But advanced planning can make all the difference when it comes to handling a crisis well.

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