Top 6 Ways PR Agencies Ruin Blogger Relationships

Posted by on Mar 28, 2014 | Tagged as:

Before I started working in a digital agency, back in the glory days of my blogging youth, I was quite sure of the fact that PR reps were either very lazy, or startlingly unaware of even the most basic levels of people skills. As they blundered around in the online environment of our current age, I started compiling a list of all the unbelievable ways that PR agencies are ensuring that bloggers are reluctant to work with them.

Making Bad First Impressions

As a blogger, I can assure you there’s nothing worse than opening an email and seeing any of the

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MediaVision Nominated for Marketing Week Engage Award!

Posted by on Mar 27, 2014 | Tagged as:

MediaVision Nominated!It’s that time of the year again, ladies and gentlemen of the marketing tribe, and MediaVision has an announcement to make. Yesterday the shortlist for the Marketing Week Engage Awards 2014 was released and, you guessed it, we’re on it!

MediaVision has been nominated in the Digital channel category of the Marketing Week Engage Awards 2014 for our successful work with the digital relaunch of Aquascutum. This particular client is one that we hold close to our heart, as their digital relaunch coincided with

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Meet the new additions to the team

Posted by on Mar 21, 2014 | Tagged as:

We are happy to introduce the two new additions to our team…

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Emma Gilbey joins our Digital PR department and Oceana Setaysha comes on board as a Digital Strategist.

To help you get to know them a little bit better we asked them a few questions.

Short Description about yourself?

E: A lover of all things creative and with my head always in the latest fashion glossies, I started my career studying BA English Language and running around London town interning with various PR agencies.  It was here that I

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Bridging the Digital Divide

Most leading businesses have accepted the fact that today, departments and business functions have to become integrated in order to meet goals more efficiently. The same has occurred across both the advertising and marketing industries. Traditional marketing tactics are simply not as effective as strategies that are integrated with encompassing digital marketing strategies.

With the added pressure associated with the need for integrated strategies, many companies have implemented innovative campaigns to bridge the gap between the physical aspects of marketing and the digital.

Lowe’s

In light of hardware store Lowe’s repositioning, BBDO New York created a clever campaign, “Never Stop Improving”,

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