• We are LFPR.

    LFPR specializes in public relations, media relations, product placement and product review programs for clients in a range of business and consumer industries worldwide, including financial, IT, healthcare and startup PR. As your brand ambassador to the media, we promise to communicate your message proactively and effectively, supporting you as an extension of your public relations team.

  • We are experts in our clients' industries.

    Our public relations agency team has a wealth of experience in multiple industries, including engineering, IT, health and beauty, media and consumer products. This expertise has enabled us to develop strong relationships with leading consumer, technology and business media.

  • We have a unique thought leadership program.

    Our thought leadership program has successfully branded our client spokespeople as experts within their respective industries. Through our methodical approach that allows our clients to determine their level of involvement from developing content to reviewing what we create, we provide a platform for their voices to be heard.

  • We provide real-time ROI and industry reporting.

    Through our LF Wire program, we present clients with a monthly coverage and ROI report with links to all coverage obtained during that period. Our Daily News program keeps clients abreast of daily industry news per product line.

LFPR Thought Leadership Testimonial

LFPR Thought Leadership Review


“As one of the world’s foremost media analysis firms, CARMA International has had the pleasure to work with thousands of clients, spanning every sector of business.  In our recent analysis for Sage North America, CARMA observed a dynamic thought leadership program of depth and breadth that was among the best we have encountered. LFPR, the guiding force behind […]

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03.07.14

New York Times

Spill-Proof Beauty Meets T.S.A. Rules - Print


When the Transportation Security Administration first imposed rules in 2006 limiting carry-on toiletries to three ounces or less, the options for grooming products that met the criteria were few. Both drugstore and premium brands have since introduced airline-approved versions of their most popular items, but the newest beauty products come in mostly solid and spill-proof form.

01.20.15

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In terms of brand positioning and reaching new consumers, businesses of all sizes and sectors can benefit from a strong online video presence. http://lfshare.me/WinningYT

How to create a winning YouTube channel | SmartBlogs

In terms of brand positioning and reaching new consumers, businesses of all sizes and sectors can benefit from a strong online video presence. http://lfshare.me/WinningYT

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01.21.15

LF|PR
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Many mistakes are made on LinkedIn from selling w/o creating a relationship. Tips from @jeffbullas to keep in mind: http://t.co/ZZ0zbvSK3P

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01.27.15

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Shop Local Infographic


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03.07.14

New York Times

Spill-Proof Beauty Meets T.S.A. Rules - Online


When the Transportation Security Administration first imposed rules in 2006 limiting carry-on toiletries to three ounces or less, the options for grooming products that met the criteria were few. Both drugstore and premium brands have since introduced airline-approved versions of their most popular items, but the newest beauty products come in mostly solid and spill-proof form.

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01.20.15

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To create meaningful content for an expert, PR pros and communication leaders need to write things of substance that demonstrates their client's expertise and lays the foundation for solid content program. Four rules for creating well-informed content: http://lfshare.me/NoFluff

4 Tips to Make Sure Your Content Isn't Fluff

To create meaningful content for an expert, PR pros and communication leaders need to write things of substance that demonstrates their client's expertise and lays the foundation for solid content program. Four rules for creating well-informed content: http://lfshare.me/NoFluff

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01.15.15

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How to edit and reuse #content that you've already published. All it takes is some elbow grease and #creativity: http://t.co/2o6EOgcVfk

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01.26.15

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Business Index Infographic


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03.07.14

Women’s Adventure Magazine

Two Apps You Need To Get Before Ski Season


Here at Women’s Adventure, we love apps. And not just the crackers, cheese, and crudité kind that come around the holidays. (We love those, too.) But the apps you can download for your smartphone or tablet that give you some handy new tool.

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01.20.15

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When it comes to #advertising, stop do-gooding and start doing good. Tips from our friends at Adweek: http://lfshare.me/DoGood

Truly Altruistic Ads Don't Just Raise Money, They Enrich the Culture

When it comes to #advertising, stop do-gooding and start doing good. Tips from our friends at Adweek: http://lfshare.me/DoGood

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01.13.15

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@LFPRGlobal

If you’re not using Twitter for #customerservice, you might want to start! Great tips, @lauren_dugan! http://t.co/8tRWlExVXG

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01.26.15

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Avenza Social Strategy


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03.07.14

Forbes

When Launching A Business, Timing Is Everything


There are so many things to consider when thinking about starting your own business.  Making sure you have a business plan, financing, an ideal location, the right market for what you’re selling and a comprehensive understanding of your competition are the more well-known prerequisites to your entrepreneurial endeavor.

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01.12.15

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The individual expertise of the personal brands that stand behind the corporate monoliths has the power to humanize and optimize both the company and the individual and can bring great benefit to both. Some great examples to study: http://lfshare.me/Humanize

Why Social Media Is Optimizing The Personal and Corporate Brand - Jeffbullas's Blog

The individual expertise of the personal brands that stand behind the corporate monoliths has the power to humanize and optimize both the company and the individual and can bring great benefit to both. Some great examples to study: http://lfshare.me/Humanize

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01.09.15

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@cashmanagement Hi Marco, I was wondering if you would be willing to have a quick convo regarding your profile. DM please.

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01.22.15

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Up2Us Social Contest


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03.07.14

Refinery 29

Best Beauty Buys For Holiday Party Survival


Whether you love or loathe the holiday season, unless you plan to become a social hermit until the New Year, you’ve got to follow the Boy Scouts’ motto to always be prepared.

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01.06.15

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It's simple to track followers and see which platforms send you traffic, but how do you know that you're meeting your goals? How do you make sure everyone understands social's impact on the organization? Some great tips: http://lfshare.me/MetricsThatMatter

Social Engagement Metrics That Matter - Measuring, Tracking, and Reporting FTW

It's simple to track followers and see which platforms send you traffic, but how do you know that you're meeting your goals? How do you make sure everyone understands social's impact on the organization? Some great tips: http://lfshare.me/MetricsThatMatter

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01.08.15

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RT @inbound_: Some solid #contentmarketing tips RT @Entrepreneur: 4 Tips to Make Sure Your Content Isn't Fluff http://t.co/EzXkiOj0tq  by @…

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