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Mostly Media has been appointed as the TV buying agency for Windsor Mint and its Queen Elizabeth II Birthday campaign. The 60 second national TV campaign began at the beginning of April and as celebrations continue throughout the month, it airs on relevant channels targeting 40+ men. Featuring a new commemorative strike, the new edition […]Read More
We are delighted to have signed up to the MacMillan Longest Day Golf Challenge which is a fantastic fund raising initiative designed to test even the keenest golfer’s endurance levels. On Friday 17 June at Cumberwell Park Golf Club in Bradford on Avon, Stuart Smith (Media Director), Leigh Robinson (Commercial Manager), James Thompson (Media Manager) […]Read More
There has been plenty going on in the world of national press recently. As buyers of national press space for over 20 years, we’re taking a look at the events of the last few weeks and getting expert opinion from our Media Manager James Thompson. The news… Despite The Independent newspaper printing its last ever […]Read More
Is your Google Adwords campaign in need of a boost? Perhaps you have seen a drop in volume since the latest Adwords update? Are you not seeing the same return from Adwords as you used to? Short of hiring an agency like Mostly Media with an incredible track record of turning PPC campaigns to gold, here is what […]Read More
We recently spotted this update from Thinkbox which made extremely interesting reading. The view of our Media Director and chief TV buyer Stuart Smith: “TV is clearly not dead but it is essential to understand that one size doesn’t fit all and using the methodology outlined by Thinkbox will be successful” “TV is very much […]Read More
As a forward-thinking media agency we are constantly monitoring the search engines for updates and competitive advantages we can use for our clients. It was recently revealed that Google are completely ditching right-hand-side ads from their search results. A quick check this morning and yes, they’ve vanished. Why has Google made this change? The following […]Read More