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Today, Julian Assange was arrested after spending 7 years in relatively poor conditions after he sought diplomatic sanctuary and political asylum in the Ecuadorean Embassy, England. The Townsville born founder of Wikileaks was forced to seek asylum after Sweden sought to arrest him for a sexual crime, that has since been dropped. Assange has always maintained he was innocent, and this has been reinforced by comments from the alleged victim some years on.
Published in Mellissah Smith
Thursday, 08 September 2011 02:47

Advertisements that Work

An outstanding NSS advertisement, placed in Lloyd's List, which was developed by our creative team!
Sunday, 27 February 2011 04:09

Who are the best marketers in Australia?

There are so many great marketers in Australia with a majority in positions for Top 500 companies.
Thursday, 15 April 2010 00:55

I knew you when…

Ms-and-nic-300x20215 years ago… big hair, ghastly makeup and daggy clothes. Here I am with one of my best friends, Nicole, in Cairns, North Queensland on a girls weekend away. 

At the time, I worked in marketing for a large retailer and Nicole worked for News Limited. We lived together and like most girls that age, we spent night after night talking about how one day we would do this and one day we would do that. We both had big dreams and were prepared to put in the hard yards to achieve them.
Published in Mellissah Smith
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Published in Marketing
Monday, 04 October 2010 19:39

LV…ahh what a surprise

Now, it certainly isn’t for everyone, but my oh my…
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 23 February 2011 18:10

Rural Marketing – what’s the difference?

Every three months, I make a trip out to rural Australia (Charters Towers) to meet with  a number of clients.
Sunday, 31 October 2010 20:32

Charters Towers Gets A Marketing Eye

Marketing Eye is next year expanding its business into regional and rural Australia, giving our country counterparts the same advantages as those small businesses in the city.
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 01:50

Managing Expectations

Managing expectations is a grey area because sometimes, some people expect too much.

This morning, after forgoing breakfast at a cafe in Townsville where you had to serve your own coffee and toast, I walked across the road to another cafe that came highly recommended.

Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 25 August 2010 01:23

Unblock your ears

When I speak to any really good communicator, and ask them what is their secret, they always say that they listen.

Listening to what your customers, staff, friends and family need to say to you, whether it is positive or negative is often the most powerful thing you can do.

Published in Marketing