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"I wanted an agency that matched our own ambitions an would feel part of my own team – and that's definitely what we have with Smoking Gun. We are ready to be pushed to the next level and our first few weeks together have already been game changing for the business." Joanna Jensen, founder of Childs Farm.
When Nokia announced plans to resurrect its iconic 3310 mobile in February last year everyone over the age of 30 thought; ‘amazing, Snake!’ But this is just one example staff at our agency have noticed where tech companies, industry analysts, and, most significantly, doctors are trying to get people to unplug from the online world more frequently. Health aside, drafting in the digital pros to take…Read more
With the greatest sporting event on ice (and snow) now well underway, media commentators are busy trying to outdo their sporting counterparts by assessing what’s new, what’s gone, and what’s to come in terms of marketing and advertising during this highly lucrative fortnight.Read more
Since the beginning of 2018, Smoking Gun has been covering the increasing lack of trust between consumers and social media— and Facebook in particular— more than ever before. We even published a report on the subject within the context of earned media, which is free to download here. Now a European court ruling has decided that Facebook is indeed breaching privacy rules,…Read more