Village PR & Marketing has a reputation for changing perceptions. Influencer marketing – and in particular the use of micro-influencer campaigns with the creative use of bloggers and a range of social media has become increasingly powerful.
Advertising blindness has crept in and brands are seeking new ways to shine. We work with powerful influencers who talk to their extended networks about products and services that touch, move and inspire them. They then start genuine conversations about clients’ products and services. There have been a lot of people watching from the sidelines to see proof points of this new form of marketing – the good news is we have evidence of its effectiveness in impacting sales.
We are aggressively open-minded and this non-judgmental way of thinking fuels our creativity.
NEW ZEALAND AVOCADO
We are the agency
behind helping Rotorua
get its mojo back.
Tourism is now worth over
$700,000,000 to the city
“Village have helped us on the journey to achieving over 170,000 Facebook fans and more recently came up with an idea that garnered over 33,000,000 views around the world when we hosted Jordan Webster aka “How to DAD” and it’s resulting video.
Village PR have been an extremely valuable asset and very much a partner in every sense of the word on this journey. They listen to their clients’ needs and deliver over and above what is required. It is great to work with such a proactive and passionate team of people.”
Tom Worsp – Consumer Marketing Manager, Destination Rotorua
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