Full-service digital media agency 3 Phase Marketing continue to push their rapid growth even further by adding a PR arm to the business as of this June.
Leading the PR front will be Marnie Vinall who has been promoted from content producer to publicist.
3 Phase Marketing co-founder and managing director, Sonia Majkic (featured image) said: “We’ve seen massive results since starting our own PR efforts this year and so promoting Marnie to exclusively dedicate her time in that field was a clear decision.”
Majkic regarded that as an agency, 3 Phase Marketing are always venturing out into new waters and never limiting themselves.
Majkic added: “Everything digital exists within the same ecosystem, meaning that marketing and PR in the online space are extrinsically linked.
“Therefore, adding PR as a service to our suite of expertise was an obvious move for us.
“Take SEO for example, the reputation benefits from PR are profound and work alongside marketing efforts to increase brand awareness or exposure.”
The newly promoted Vinall commented: “The world of public relations offers endless opportunities for our clients and I can’t wait to get my hands working to weave that magic for them.
“PR has proved to be incredibly advantageous for our agency, so why wouldn’t we want that for our clients too?”
3 Phase Marketing works with a pool of clients including The LSH Group, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz Melbourne, Mercedes-Benz Sydney and Mercedes-Benz Brisbane, and Waterman Business Centre.
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