We help our clients to grow through joined-up marketing.
We’ve built a team with the skills to help you navigate today’s multi-channel world, using the perfect blend of earned, paid, shared and owned media.
Based around four core specialisms of digital marketing, PR, social media and content creation we have people with the know-how to reach your audience with the right message, in the right place, at the right time.
And because we’re an independent, fully integrated agency, we’ll recommend the strategy and channels that are right for you, not the one that happens to suit our business model.
November 7, 2014 | Eddie May
It’s been a busy week here for Team LeapFrog, as we helped to launch the first video game system built just for young children: LeapTV. As part of the launch campaign, we organised a day of media interviews and product testing in Central London with Strictly star and celebrity mum, Tess Daly, resulting in coverage
November 10, 2014 | Eddie May
This autumn, Threepipe has been working alongside London-based start-up Wozedu to raise awareness of the brand around the site’s official launch. Wozedu is a social network that acts as a bespoke matchmaker between young people and employers. It connects young people with educators and employers, giving them the knowledge and tools they need to determine
October 10, 2014 | Eddie May
We’ve all heard a lot about content marketing recently, haven’t we? The truth is, it’s not a panacea or a box to be ticked, but it is a very important part of the mix when it comes to engaging your audience and getting your message across. Of course, the content has to be good in
November 28, 2014 | Simon Ross
We recently worked with Reiss, with the objective of helping more consumers to discover the high-quality fashion content available on the Reiss blog. Reiss were especially interested in discovering whether people who had seen the blog content would be more likely to become online customers. Working with Outbrain, we put together a content syndication strategy
August 13, 2014 | Eddie May
We’ve been busy this summer working with The ECB to launch and promote NatWest T20 Blast, the revamped domestic Twenty20 competition. We used a multi-channel approach including content creation, PR activity, social engagement and digital media buying to raise awareness, engage fans and drive online ticket sales. Click here to find out more.
October 10, 2014 | Eddie May
In 2014, the platform for Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life campaign was: ‘Cancer, We’re Coming to Get You.’ We were tasked with using social media to amplify the message, creating an emotional connection and encouraging women to sign up for Race for Life. We created a Twitter campaign inviting people to “let cancer know
November 28, 2014 | Sam VanTillburgh
The ASA’s recent ruling that vloggers must always be transparent if they are being paid to promote a brand kind of makes sense on the surface. As a viewer, of course you’d want to know if there is money changing hands, or if that vlogger just genuinely loves a product and wants to tell you
November 26, 2014 | Eddie May
The news that Sony has reportedly decided to end its sponsorship of FIFA at the end of 2014, following the same decision by Emirates Airlines earlier in the month, could be seen as a big blow to the FIFA in the wake of its farcical investigation into the 2018 & 2022 bids. While it’s good to see sponsors
November 25, 2014 | Eddie May
We were excited recently to work with Campari to launch the 2015 edition of the iconic Campari Calendar, starring Hollywood actress Eva Green and shot by Julia Fullerton-Batten, with a “Mythology Mixology” theme. Working with Campari’s global PR team, we hosted a press trip for over 30 international media to a launch event at London’s Shoreditch Studios.