(Newbury, United Kingdom--December 12, 2013) Manor Marketing is set to change the landscape of professional marketing communications as it launches mediacomms.tv – a pay-as-you-go service with no fixed contract, time commitment or retainer. Manor Marketing delivers this alternative approach from its position as a leading and highly respected full service, creative and targeted marketing and PR agency, operating primarily in the broadcast and electronic media sector.
“What we are doing is taking a leaf out of the book of that other great Newbury company, Vodafone,” explained Jennie Evans, CEO of Manor Marketing. “You can sign a contract with them for a mobile phone, or you can pay-as-you-go – but either way you get exactly the same service and access to exactly the same networks.
“We know that many of our clients value the knowledge and understanding that a long term relationship with us can build up, but equally we know that others want to work with us on a project basis,” she continued. “They have a new product to bring to market, or they want a targeted campaign around a major trade show, for example.
“Mediacomms.tv is for them – you pay for the services you need, but you still get the same Manor Marketing service and access to the same Manor Marketing networks.”
Believed to be a first for the broadcast technology sector, mediacomms.tv offers new options for broadcast organisations to get the word out about new products, projects, appointments or trade show participation, without the long-term financial commitment typically required by the conventional marketing communications agency. In times of economic stress, companies will want to manage their budgets their own way, and this new service gives them a new visibility of the cost of marketing communications, while still retaining the best possible service from an industry leader.
The pay-as-you-go service can be precisely tailored to achieve the client’s goals, covering advertising, media relations, event support, case studies, thought leadership and social networking. Each campaign will be scoped and designed, and the costs defined in advance.
“We already have clients keen to take advantage of mediacomms.tv,” concluded Evans. “At Manor Marketing we have always prided ourselves on being unique in the broadcast industry. We work as a proactive partner, rather than a simple service provider, to maintain and grow our client base by drawing on all the marketing resources available today. Now our clients can choose a continuing contract or work on a project by project basis.”
The new service is available immediately. Details can be found at http://www.mediacomms.tv