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The good news keeps coming for Aberfield as we have yet again secured a place on the Recommended Agency Register.

Posted on Tue 8th May, 2018 in: Awards, Culture, Influence, Public Relations, Reputation Management by Jenny Wilkinson

Hot on the heels of being shortlisted for Best Small PR Agency in the CIPR Excellence Awards, the ‘Oscars’ of the public relations world, now we’re delighted to announce that, thanks to our lovely clients, we have yet again secured a place on the Recommended Agency Register (RAR).

What makes this special is that the only way to get onto this sought-after list is if your clients recommend you. You can’t just buy a listing like in most industry directories.

If you’re not familiar with RAR, here’s why it’s important…

RAR is an online directory of some 9,000 agencies from across the world, working across every marketing and advertising specialism you can think of, and it’s run by the company who publish The Drum, the UK’s biggest marketing industry magazine and website.

In true Ronseal style it does what it says on the tin. It’s a roster of agencies that clients think are great and its main purpose is to help clients find the perfect agency for their brief and reduce the time it takes to identify and produce a shortlist to invite to pitch.

You can only get onto the register if you have enough positive recommendations from your clients. So, rather obviously, we’ve only been included because our happy clients have independently recommended us for the third year running.

Although we have plenty of case studies that look at how we’ve helped our clients to achieve success, and managed to bag some great awards for the campaigns and work we’ve delivered, nothing can really beat a direct testimonial.

And we’ve been recommended for a range of skills as well, which shows that we’re not a one-trick pony.

If you want to know a little more about why we are so highly recommended get in touch.

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