Dubai, UAE – FINPR, a Dubai-based crypto PR agency, has doubled the amount of crypto media where it can make publications for blockchain and crypto startups to 221 blockchain media outlets. The total list of media options now contains media in 15 languages, including English, German, French, Turkish, Arabic, Korean, Indonesian, etc.
Among the crypto media list, offered by FINPR, 100 media are English-language outlets, 16 are Turkish-language, 13 are German, 14 Arabic, 13 Spanish language media, and so on.
“We always advise new crypto startups, regardless of where the firm was founded, to only promote their brand on English language media, because English is the most spoken language in the world”, says FINPR Agency CEO Kirill Bezverhi.
“But the second step in startups’ media coverage development should be adding new languages in targeted countries and regions. That’s where we’ d like to step in and help our crypto clients with local media coverage”.
The total amount of media options that FINPR Agency offers to crypto, Web3, and fintech clients now, taking into account also business, tech, finance, and news media, exceeds 450 outlets. That’s one of the largest lists of media offered on the crypto PR market so far.
Besides crypto PR, FINPR helps blockchain startups get traffic and media coverage using crypto influence marketing, banner ads, SEO, etc.
FINPR is a Dubai-based crypto PR and marketing agency that primarily works with blockchain and fintech startups. Since 2017, the agency with 15+ team members helped with marketing and PR for 300+ startups from Europe, the U.S., and Asia.
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