After securing a live interview on Working Lunch for Ann Stanley of Anicca Solutions – one of our PR clients – Nellie PR got to check out the Working Lunch studio and hang out in the Green Room at BBC Television Centre to watch the live interview unfold. Here’s a link to Zoe Kleinman’s Working Lunch Pay-Per-Click introduction to the interview on the principles of pay-per-click.
The interview was broadcast live on Working Lunch.
The interview focused on the principles of pay-per-click (PPC). Although only three minutes long, Ann got some handy hints across for businesses looking to try out pay-per-click (PPC) for the first time.
Working Lunch is BBC Two’s award-winning daily business, personal finance and consumer news programme. The programme has been on air since September 1994 and is presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Nellie PR has been signed up by creative masterminds burntprogress.com to promote CDR East Midlands throughout 2009.
CDR is bringing together a community of digital music makers of all styles to network and collaborate across the region. The East Midlands events are based on burntprogress’s CDR night at London’s Plastic People – twice nominated ‘Best Club’ on Radio 1’s Worldwide Awards.
Public relations activities covering Nottingham, Derby and Leicester will involve a highly targeted campaign focusing on media relations, social networking and online PR. They will spread the word about the free CDR events that will be hitting the East Midlands over the coming months.
CDR gives a platform for electronic music makers of all kinds to showcase their talent to their peers in a club environment. People can along to free the events and hand in their CDs, to get their tracks played live and loud to an audience of like-minded music makers. They can then network and plan future collaborations. The two-year project, now in its second year, is supported by Arts Council England.
burntprogress is a creative agency set up by Tony Nwachukwu, a former member of the band Attica Blues, who has worked with Macy Grey, UNKLE and Ben folds; and Gavin Alexander, a DJ and award-winning film and documentary producer.
Having spent the whole of Friday in the office dressed in my favourite super-cosy PJs, I’m sat here reflecting, why can’t I come to work dressed like this every day? It made my time in the office a hell of a lot more comfortable and would cut out the old “what should I wear today?’ dilemma” if it became my usual practice. If only!
I’m pretty sure Nellie PR’s clients wouldn’t be too impressed with the new ‘professional image’ of the team responsible for their reputations, so I guess it’s a non-starter, but, hey, a guy can dream, especially when he’s all snug inside his dressing gown and slippers.
Ah yes, time to explain why the heck am I sat at my desk wearing PJs at work? It’s Red Nose Day of course! Nellie PR has recently moved into a funky new office in the same building as six other small businesses who all have one thing in common – they are all great fun.
So when Comic Relief 2009 rolled around of course everyone wanted to get together to do something silly to raise some cash. Some dressed up as super-heroes, some came in dressed as cows (don’t ask!), others wore Red Nose T-shirts, but I decided PJs were the way to go. Thank God the sun decided to show its face right when we went outside for a group piccie so we didn’t all freeze to death! Now I just need to try to get home without feeling too self-conscious from all stares from passers-by! “Haven’t you people seen a man on a bus in his dressing gown before?”
We’ve just completed copywriting the latest emda newsletter.
Thank you to everyone who attended my workshop at the CIM Power of Marketing Conference. As promised, here’s a link to the powerpoint presentation on how to write press releases to get you noticed: CIM Presentation 30 September