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Discover the PR targeting technique that toppled Ed Sheeran

There’s no reason you should have heard of Daisy Clark.

She’s an ordinary teenage girl who likes the guitar and has barely left her home county of Cornwall. Yet, earlier this year she knocked Ed Sheeran off the top spot in the iTunes singer songwriter charts.

She did it in just three weeks, starting without the backing of a major record label and performing a song that hasn’t been anywhere near the top of the pop charts since 1978.

Her story is a testament to how carefully planned, ultra-targeted PR campaigns can transform a brand’s image – and this brand new Gorkana white paper will show you exactly how she did it.

Enter your details into the form below now to download Amplify your PR success with earned media targeting and discover how to use the same techniques to amplify the returns generated by your PR campaigns.

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