Prior to life as a freelance PR consultant, Ceriann headed up the Manchester office of the UK’s leading broadcast communications specialist. During her time there, Ceriann directed a number of highly successful campaigns.
You can read some of her experience below.
ARGOS – Top Toys for Christmas 2016
As the UK’s leading toy retailer, the imperative for Argos to maintain market leading position in the sector year in, year out is crucial. And there’s no time that’s more important for this than Christmas which starts months ahead in retail.
In 2016, despite a referendum and turbulent news agenda, coverage increased year on year for the brand’s Top Toys for Christmas launch in June, scooping other toy retailers and scoring a record year with 461 pieces across print, broadcast and online media.
Launch day coverage included: BBC Breakfast, The Sun, The I Newspaper, Daily Mirror, The Scotsman and Irish Daily Mirror. In addition, 35 sites carried the red carpet reveal video content within the first 24 hours including Trinity Mirror Group providing considerable regional reach, Netmums, Mail Online, Huffington Post Parents, ITV and Fun Kids.
Sixteen radio interviews with national and regional UK stations resulted in features by 10+ BBC stations and extensive regional coverage equating to more than 150 regional hits.
Considerable UK commercial radio reach was achieved via Sky News radio syndication and top tier coverage included LBC, Absolute, Heart London, Heart Scotland, LBC, Magic London and talkSPORT.
MONEYSUPERMARKET – Launch of the Home Movers Hub
Keen to become the ‘one stop shop’ for home moving advice, leading price comparison website, MoneySuperMarket needed PR and content support in order to develop the Home Movers Hub to assist home movers on the path to their happily ever after.
Via a series of industry collaborations (unpaid) to build a true one stop shop, content development and copy writing, and a series of earned media placements supported by insightful consumer research, the Home Movers Hub launch landed on more than 60 sites and social posts – half of which included direct links back to the hub.