It’s Our Birthday!

MediaVision 10 Year Anniversary MediaVision Celebrates a Decade of Success in Digital Marketing In a few days, MediaVision will celebrate its 10 year anniversary as a fully fledged digital marketing agency. MediaVision was founded by Louis Venter and Thomas Schonenberger, and has evolved from being a purely SEO and web development driven agency, to a completely integrated boutique digital
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A Round Up of Web Summit 2014

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 | Tagged as: Tags: , ,
Web Summit Digital Strategist and Head of Research & Development at Mediavision, Marius Badenhorst, attended this year’s Web Summit in Dublin. Web Summit has been described as “the best technology conference on the planet,” attracting thought leaders  from across the world including the likes of Ryan Holmes, founder and CEO of Hootsuite, and even the world renowned
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How to Get the Best Out of Your Agency

Digital Marketing Agency When you appoint an agency, you want the best from them. You want them to deliver what they have promised and more importantly, you want your work load to be lightened. A great agency should be a support system for you and should push the brand’s boundaries. Sometimes it’s hard to get that balance between
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Priceless Surprise with Paddy Power’s Latest PR Stunt

Posted by on Feb 24, 2014 | Tagged as: Tags: ,
paddy-power-gate-crash The Irish Bookmarkers, Paddy Power, is well known for its controversial/risky advertising, and their latest stunt stole the show at the Brits red carpet. Two representatives attended the event fully kitted out as French techno act Daft Punk, and made it right up to the photo arrivals area without a ticket or an invite. After
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Subscriptions vs. Selling Data: WhatsApp’s Approach to Monetisation

Posted by on Jul 8, 2013 | Tagged as: Tags: ,
The mobile messaging service WhatsApp earned its share of the limelight when it announced last week that it had over 200 million active users. This massive user base makes it on par with some of the more obvious market leaders, such as Skype, Facebook Messenger and Twitter. It’s little wonder that Google entered negotiations to
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