News Bulletin: IProspect hires national head of SEO; OMD appointed to Clinique's social media

15 July 2015

Advertising network opens up on Sydney ferries

Shipley Brown Media Group has opened up advertising opportunities across the Sydney Ferry Network, encompassing Manly, Inner Harbour, Eastern Suburbs and Parramatta Rivercat ferry services.
Advertising panels have been made available within each vessel and the company says "experiential media opportunities" are available. A campaign across the entire fleet, it says, has the potential to reach over 1.3 million commuters monthly.

OMD appointed social agency for beauty brand Clinique

Beauty brand Clinique has selected OMD to take care of its social media activity.
Having previously delivered successful campaign work for the brand, including the Start Better campaign, this announcement marks the first Clinique has partnered with a local media agency to manage its social.
Clinique's new Face Forward campaign kicks off with an event at David Jones this tomorrow.

Dentsu's iProspect hires national head of SEO

Digital performance marketing firm iProspect has appointed Guy Jarvie to the newly-created role of national head of SEO.
Guy will be tasked with ensuring product consistency for iProspect, driving the product going forward and enhancing cross-channel integration for iProspect’s clients in both Melbourne and Sydney.

CRA calls for pitches for regional survey provider

Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) is calling for tenders for a single regional radio survey provider from 2016.
The survey tender relates to markets outside of the five capital cities and the major regional cites of the Gold Coast, Canberra and Newcastle, which are covered by the current GfK Audience Measurement Survey contract.

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