Fashion PR Service Offering: WikiFashion Profile Pages

Have you heard about WikiFashion? It’s basically Wikipedia for fashion and it’s a total duh to make sure all your clients have their own profiles. Madeline of Lola PR came up with the concept and has been generously adding profiles herself, despite the fact that as a Wiki, it’s basically open for anyone to edit. Check out PR Couture’s WikiFashion page, if you’re interested.

Recognizing an opportunity, Madeline is now opening up WikiFashion to partners like tech savvy fashion PR agencies to 1) become experts in the editing process and 2) be recommended on WikiFashion for profile development. Basically you’d be saying that for a fee, you are willing to work with brands and fashion personalities to get their pages up and keep them maintained. What a great way to get in front of new potential clients!

For more information, get in touch with Madeline at madeline.veenstra[at]wikifashion.com – you can also follow WikiFashion on Twitter.

About This Author

Known as the “fashion publicist’s most powerful accessory,” (San Diego Union-Tribune) and the “West Coast ‘It’ girl of fashion PR,” (YFS Magazine) Crosby Noricks put fashion public relations on the digital map when she launched PR Couture in 2006. She is the author of Ready to Launch: The PR Couture Guide to Breaking into Fashion PR, available on Amazon. Crosby spends her time managing PR Couture and mentoring fashion publicists through PRISM and Instappable, as well as the biannual NYC workshop, Fashion PR Confidential. Occasionally, she opens up limited consulting spots for emerging brands through her signature offering, The Brand Elixir.