Why a ‘marvellous’ PR campaign is vital in a Brexit property market

‘If I was down to my last dollar I would spend it on PR’ – Bill Gates ‘Publicity is absolutely critical. A good PR story is infinitely more effective than a front page ad’ – Richard Branson Marketing tends to always be the first ‘cost’ to be cut when we experience a complicated property market, especially at the moment where newspapers, TV news […]

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Lucy Matthews launches new business; Three Wise Women

Lucy Matthews, has launched, in partnership with Penny Little and Katie Whitehouse, Three Wise Women; a series of powerful, thought provoking and highly interactive workshops for women in business. Between them they have over 100 years’ experience and knowledge of how to set up, manage and market successful businesses through tough times – as well […]

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Social Media for Property Businesses

We are often told ‘social media won’t work for my business’. That is especially if they are working in the property sector. Even someone working in property can use social media to their advantage, whether to push their products and services, increase brand awareness, or network effectively. The ability to share beautiful photos instantaneously is […]

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Five Reasons Retirement Property Developers Need PR to Ease the Ageing Population’s Housing Crisis

Over the years, Marvellous PR has worked with many Retirement Property Developers including Renaissance Villages and Churchill Retirement Living. It’s a growing market, with a vast potential target audience and consequently has huge revenue potential. But there are some underlying growth frustrations – which is why PR can be of valuable assistance. Everyone is agreed […]

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Branding Plymouth ‘Britain’s Ocean City’

It isn’t without a daily snigger, that the branding of Plymouth is discussed. Not just by outsiders but by locals too. It isn’t on the ocean. There’s no getting away from it, so why is it branded that way? Well, the mundane truth might well be that the title is a very clever piece of […]

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Does influencer marketing damage public’s perception of brands

Client: Sarah Burns at Prizeology Coverage: Campaign, PR Week, Influencer Update, The Drum ‘Nearly three quarters of the public incorrectly believe there are no rules or regulations surrounding influencer marketing and almost half think it is damaging for society.’ That was the result of a survey of 2,000 people across the UK, commissioned in 2018 […]

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Bee Farmer Offers Free Bee Friendly Flower Seeds to Land Owners 

Client: Bees for Business Coverage: Peterborough Telegraph, Farming UK, Food and Farming Futures, Growing Online  A Lincolnshire bee farmer is offering local land owners free, organic bee friendly flower seeds as part of his campaign to halt the decline of the British honeybee.  Jez Rose, bee farmer and owner of Bees for Business based near Peterborough […]

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