Hugo Halliday PR & Marketing Pty Ltd

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  • Message to our Clients

    Message to our clients: Peter Craig, husband to our Director, Jessica, was recently killed in a motorbike accident. As you may understand, this is a devastating and tragic event for all of us. We will rearrange meetings as best we can to deal with the grieving process. We hope you understand if there is a... Read more » The post Message to our Clients appeared first on hugohalliday.

Hugo Halliday PR & Marketing Pty Ltd

Category: Content
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Generated 2 months ago

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  • Should I hire a social media manager?

    “Should I hire a social media manager?” is a question most business owners and executives ask themselves – a question I see getting asked a lot.   10 years ago, social media was viewed by most businesses as a passing trend applicable to personal communication. The way social media channels are used has changed rapidly... Read more » The post Should I hire a social media manager? appeared first on...

  • Celebrating a decade of service

    This year we’re celebrating 10 years of delivering results for our clients!   Hugo Halliday was established in 2007 by our Managing Director, Bill Pickering (you can read more about our history here) and has grown to employ a number of in-house staff and have close relationships with contractors and strategic business partners.   Given... Read more » The post Celebrating a decade of service appea...

Hugo Halliday PR & Marketing Pty Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • New Influencer Marketing Guidelines

    From March 1st 2017, influencer marketing guidelines will change, with Australian social media influencers now required to disclose if a brand had paid them to make a social media post.   Previously, no influencer marketing guidelines were in place to dictate whether or not social media influencers had to disclose if they had received money... Read more » The post New Influencer Marketing Guideli...

Hugo Halliday PR & Marketing Pty Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Government can ‘save face’ on council amalgamations by using Ryde model

    The appointment of Gladys Berejiklian as Premier of NSW provides a unique opportunity to address community opposition to forced council amalgamations in metropolitan areas by applying an innovative Joint Regional Authority (JRA) model developed by the City of Ryde Council.   Premier Berejiklian appears to have to either back-peddle on the Government’s program of council... Read more » The post Go...

  • Like Ladders Can Work – Here’s How!

      ‘Like Ladders’ is term used to describe the practice of social media managers and business owners swapping “likes for likes” on their social media pages.   This is a particularly prominent practice on Facebook where many start-ups, small business owners and entrepreneurs post in networking groups asking people to like their pages and, in... Read more » The post Like Ladders Can Work – Here’s Ho...

  • Marketing Home Care Packages

    Welcome to February 2017, consumer direct care is here and if you deliver in-home care, your business structure is going to change.You are now going to have to be across marketing Home Care Packages.   Traditionally, in-home care service providers have been reliant on grants and funding, maybe even donors and bequests, to deliver home... Read more » The post Marketing Home Care Packages appeared ...

  • Hugo Halliday Welcomes New Director

    Hugo Halliday PR & Marketing (HH) would like to welcome their new Director, Jessica Craig who will be working alongside Managing Director, Bill Pickering. Jessica previously worked for HH as a New Media and Design Consultant, before venturing out into the non-profit world and working for Animal Welfare League NSW and CORE Community Services. Jess... Read more » The post Hugo Halliday Welcomes New...

  • Should B2Bs use Facebook?

    “Should B2Bs use Facebook?” is a common question I come across both online and from clients. B2B – or ‘business to business’ – companies are usually the most hesitant to invest in Facebook, and indeed social media, due to not knowing if there is value in it for their business model.   If you are... Read more » The post Should B2Bs use Facebook? appeared first on hugohalliday.

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