It has been an incredible year for us and our clients this year and it looks to be ending on a high note. We are incredibly pleased and honoured to announce that at this years PR Bulldog Stars of PR awards, our agency claimed four wins including Small Agency of the Year for 2018. Read more
Vicarious PR CEO Michael Brown has taken home the Rising Star award at the 2018 PR News People In PR Awards. Michael is also a frontrunner and finalist for the Account Director of the year award which will be announced on December 5th In Washington DC.
Vicarious PR Wins PR Agency Achievement of the Year
Winners will be honored at the 2018 SVUS Red Carpet Awards Ceremony Dinner in San Francisco on Monday, July 30, 2018
If you are anything like me, you hear words like cryptocurrency and blockchain and your eyes glaze over with a technophobe’s haze that I once thought was reserved solely for my grandfather when broadband was introduced. For years I have sat and watched the growth of digital currency and how it has shaped multiple industries. We know that every so often in the games industry, some technology comes along that opens so many possibilities we all foam at the mouth like no other industry, especially hearing people speak about new tech at events. Trust me, as a former real estate professional, those events have a whole different kind of ‘excitement’. Read more
One of the most common questions we get asked as PR professionals is ‘when should I start a PR campaign for my game? Anyone in video game PR can likely tell you numerous stories of developers trying to do PR only weeks before they launch their game. For the experienced, these harrowing moments showcase both misinformation and a lack of an in-depth understanding of public relations and marketing. Read more
In a recent online survey, some developers told us that they don’t want to hire a PR and marketing firm to do the work for them because they felt it was something they could accomplish on their own. We were not surprised at the response but we were a bit worried about developers who choose to take this route. Read more