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Alternative Gifts: Our Top 5 Gifts

Alternative Gifts: Our Top 5 Gifts

Nowadays, people seem far more excited about receiving presents which have required a bit of thought above the traditional pair of socks, money, or the latest gadget. Of course, we still like to receive materialistic gifts, but there’s nothing quite like that warm feeling you get after you receive a gift you’re really going to appreciate and love.

If you’re stuck for ideas look at some of the alternative gifts you can get for your loved-ones this Christmas.

How many times have you made a New Year’s resolution which involves either learning or trying something new? And how many times have you fulfilled that resolution? Maybe if the lesson involved something a little more exciting (*cough*, beer, *cough*), then you’d be more likely to tick it off the list. This Christmas think outside the box and treat someone to a beer making lesson, after all, #DryJanuary isn’t for everybody.

The London Beer Lab in Brixton provides workshops for people to choose a type of beer they want to learn how to brew themselves… a great way to continue the Christmas spirit through January. You’ll be provided with the recipe and ingredients to brew about 20 litres of your all-grain beer. Each workshop takes between 4/5 hours and a further 2-3 weeks to ferment until it will be ready for collection and drinking!

  • Acts of charity

There are plenty of charities and organisations which let you buy something for someone who truly needs it, on behalf of your friend or relative who doesn’t.

Unicef Inspired Gifts are real, life-saving and life-changing supplies that get delivered to children and communities around the world. The process is simple, you can select a gift, dedicate it to a friend or loved-one with a personalised gift card and Unicef will deliver your inspired gift to children in the greatest need.

The gift range includes things like footballs or text books for children, vaccines and treatments to protect children to necessities such as a toilet and water pump.

  • Adopt an animal

Everybody is a sucker for our furry friends, and with people more concerned than ever about our planet and animals’ wellbeing following the Blue Planet Effect, donating or adopting an animal is the perfect Christmas gift.

The WWF offers the ability to donate or adopt an animal this Christmas. Donation options include things like 40 seedlings for forests in Tanzania and a Rhino Ranger’s salary for 10 days. Or you can adopt an animal and help work to protect some of the world’s most vulnerable animals. In return, you will receive a cuddly toy, regular updates, a fact pack and a wonderful gift that will protect your chosen animal and their habitat.

This is a great, quirky gift for any occasion including Christmas. Alongside a named star, you will receive a certificate, a celestial map and your star will be registered in the Registry, meaning that through a unique naming number you can retrieve your record anywhere in the world, at any time.

There are different packages available from naming a visible star to naming a visible star in the constellation and naming two stars orbiting each other which is great for couples, the choice is all yours. A present for life.

Have you ever wondered where exactly in the world your heritage lies? Living DNA can help your loved ones discover where they come from and provide a highly detailed insight into their family history.

Simply order a test online, take your swab and post the sample back using the free returns bag and view your results online within 10-12 weeks. So why not help your loved one find out where they come from with the world’s most advanced DNA test. We bet that’s a Christmas present they’ve not received before!

Would you like to find out more about how to get your product placed in the press for Christmas? Get in touch with us here for more info.

5 festive ideas to upgrade your campaign

Idea 1: Add some Christmas flair to your brand

Starbucks Christmas cups

Starbucks red cup

Every coffee lover is waiting for this moment. The time where Starbucks switches their white paper cup to the warming festive red cups. This my friend has been the start of the festive season for 21 years now. Not only do they change the colour of the cups, the American coffee giant also brings new flavours to its menu from gingerbread latte, eggnog latte to peppermint mocha. Every year, the design of the cup changes, last year, Starbucks created its first-ever colour-in Christmas cup, encouraging customers to add their own splash of sparkle and style to their drink. Starbucks isn’t the only coffee chain to launch festive takeaways, but it was the first. There’s even a countdown website to let people know when the Christmas cup will make its return. Having a seasonal product always creates enthusiasm and Starbucks are mastering it.

Idea 2: Make your shop/pop-up festive

Christmas light

Over the years we’ve seen more and more pop-up bars and restaurants opening during the Christmas period. From cosy chalets to ice rink rooftop bars, London is full of options to celebrate the festive season around Eggnog and melted cheese. Last year, we liked the igloos popping up around London. Especially Jimmy’s Lodge in Southbank. You could choose between a private snow globe (it’s an igloo yes!) chalet-style Refuge Restaurant perched on the edge of the Thames, serving melted cheese and warming treats. Add in some warm food, spicy cocktails and fairy lights and you’ll have a successful festive pop-up restaurant!

Idea 3: CSR campaign – Bringing a festive feeling to the community

Pret a Manger – Christmas sandwich campaign

Pret Christmas sandwich

Nothing screams Christmas like Pret’s turkey sandwich. But this isn’t the only reason why we like Pret so much. In fact, 50p from every sandwich and baguette sold from Pret’s Christmas range is donated to the Pret Foundation Trust to support its charity partners, including The Clock Tower Sanctuary, Imagine If Trust or the 240Project. Pret focuses their efforts ontheir shop windows, packaging, team members and social media channels to tell their stories and interact with customers.

A Christmas CSR activity is a great way to engage a new audience with your brand as well as with your regular customer. Consumer in the UK have a greater tendency to buy products that have a positive social or environmental impact and Pret is a great example of what can be done.

Idea 4: Partner with influencers to run a Christmas prize draw

Instagram

Photo by Georgia de Lotz on Unsplash

One of the easiest ways to expose your brand to potential customers during the festive season is to get it into the hands of the influencers they love to follow. Sending products to an influencer, even for a giveaway, does not guarantee coverage. However, if an influencer agrees to work with you, it’s a great way to build excitement around your brand, especially during Christmas where customers are on the hunt for good deals, latest trends, treats for their loved ones or even for their selves.  Building relationships with the right influencers is crucial to your success. Ensure you’ve researched their engagement, demographic and target audience before approaching, you both have reputations to protect.

And when it comes to deciding what to give away, we suggest a few guidelines:

  • Offer something of real value. You want to make it worth the audience’s time to enter.
  • Make sure it’s something you can afford to give away.
  • Remember that influencers ultimately know their audience better than you do, so be receptive to feedback regarding what they think you should be giving away.

As for the process of entering the giveaway, don’t make it too complicated for people to participate but do require them to do something low-effort that somehow benefits your marketing goals.

Idea 5: Create a gift guide

Gift guide

Photo by Chang Duong on Unsplash

Gift guides are a fantastic tool that lots of retailers and content creators utilise around Christmas to both promote their products and give their customers/readers some great gift inspiration for the festive period. With half of consumers saying they still rely on in-store inspiration, retailers should consider ways to blend digital and in-store experiences to guide shoppers.

With so many gift guides out there this time of year, it can be hard to make yours stand out from the crowd. Here are a few ideas to create a cracking gift guide:

  • Why not try a video gift guide to showcase your best-sellers and showcase them in action? Video has proven to be effective in gaining traffic, views, and engagement, so a video gift guide could be just the thing to get people interested in your products.
  • Make sure you have products for everyone and have a clear categorisation, so people can navigate easily through the guide.
  • Make sure your gift guide looks great on different channels or platforms especially if you are using a mix between print and digital.

We love Time Out’s gift guide, with gifts for foodies, techies, and music lovers, you’ll find something for everyone. The guide works well in both printed and digital and is packed with brilliant and fun ideas to satisfy even the trickiest of friends and family members.

Do you need help launching your Christmas campaign? Speak to a member of our award-winning team today to see how we can help.

How to “sleigh” your Christmas PR campaign?

Now that summer is over, it’s time to think about Christmas and what type of PR strategy you need to put in place. Yes, Christmas feels a long way ahead but 48% of UK shoppers have already started buying Christmas presents in July. And another majority will start buying theirs between October and November. But why should you launch a Christmas PR campaign?

When executed successfully, PR can offer a creative, results-driven approach that will help tell your brand’s story and generate engaging media placements that talk directly to your target audience. We look at some of the methods and strategies our award-winning teams deploy to gain cut-through and deliver results for our clients during this festive time of the year.

Influencers

In today’s age we are bombarded by choice. So, it’s no surprise that influencers hold a lot of power in validating our decisions. This Christmas, influencer marketing is going to help you take your campaign to the next level. Why? Because influencers are real people who we trust and respect, a vital tool in marketing a product given that their opinions can, and do, impact the behaviour of their amassed following.

In December, we were briefed to generate widespread press coverage for The British Library to showcase their membership scheme as a must-have Christmas gift for the season. To achieve this, one of the key activities was to work with a range of digital influencers, based in London. Partnering with key influencers including Liberty London Girl, Not such a Model Mum and Boo & Maddie was important to produce impactful content for British Library Membership and supported the campaign to position a membership as the Christmas gift for the imagination.

The British Library said:

The PHA Group supported us with our British Library Membership Christmas campaign. They were a delight to work with – super organised and results driven!  We gained some great coverage in a short period of time.

Senior Marketing Manager at The British Library

Events

Events, pop-up shops and press conference are in the heart of any PR strategy, especially for Christmas when people are looking for the perfect gifts for their loved ones. Organising an event to launch a new product or range can be daunting. PR agencies can effectively promote your event encouraging media to cover or attend it through excellent relationships and contacts, as well as creating a buzz of excitement by generating awareness and increase the number of attendees. When opening a pop-up store, you can also maximise your brand awareness. You’ll face your customers and therefore will be able to test your products or services directly in front of your key customers.

Disney wanted to launch a new video game called Epic Mickey 2. Celebrating the forgotten characters of Disney, this game had the potential to appeal to both older and younger generations. To capture the imagination of our audience, we decided to bring the Disney magic to life through a once in a lifetime event. Taking ownership of a coveted space at Westfield, Stratford, we planned an event designed to cut through the noise of our competition. We brought an official Disney illustrator to draw the iconic characters and a virtual graffiti wall to complete the two-day event which was hosted by TV presenters Dick and Dom, ensuring entertainment for adults and children alike. With over 2,000 attendees, many of which were young families, the pop-up event was a huge success.

Digital

Whatever your industry, segment and audience, a big portion of your customers and leads have a digital footprint. Whether it’s to re-enforce your image, create a stunt or promote a new product, social media should always be part of your strategy. From animated GIFs to cinemagraphs and motion graphics, we provide a complete digital solution to create impactful campaigns to engage with your audience. Our dedicated in-house specialists work with you to develop your strategy, and then manage every aspect of all your channels, from weekly content plans and content creation, to daily posting and scheduling through to news agenda or event reaction.

We worked with LaplandUK to position them as the only immersive, theatrical Christmas experience for children to uphold the real and traditional values of Christmas. Our goal was to secure high-profile celebrity visits to create a buzz around the venue on social media as well as raising their profile within key national press and media and consumers to gain top coverage across a variety of channels. Our campaign was based on bringing the magic of LaplandUK to life by enhancing people’s understanding of traditional values of Christmas, the innocence of the season and its ethos. We approached A-list celebrities who have children between the ages of 2-12 and arranged for them to book a trip with their family to LaplandUK in exchange for a quote or social media post. We secured visits from the Beckhams, David Furnish, Emma Bunton, Simon Peg, Emilia Fox and Katie Piper to name a few. The campaign was extremely successful with the experience selling out within two-and-a-half-weeks of being open.

A PR agency can help you engage with the right audience helping you to create and implement a communications strategy for your business and brand ahead of Christmas. Get in touch now to see how we can help you.

Top 5 Christmas Consumer PR Campaigns

With the festive season upon us, it’s time to look back at some of the best Christmas campaigns from over the years. As we all know, as soon as December hits, people switch into panic mode over presents, cooking and festive

Photo by freestocks.org on Unsplash

decorations. Brands capitalise, hoping to engage and excite customers with their festive campaigns. A report published by National Building Society stated that £77.6bn was spent last Christmas. Brands are willing to spend millions each year on their Christmas campaigns, hoping to secure a healthy return on investment.

So, without further ado; here are our top five Christmas consumer campaigns

  • Coca-Cola

Red trucks swiftly moving through a snowy landscape, lighting up towns as they go. Such a simple idea but an idea which has stayed in the minds of consumers all around the world for years. The iconic ‘Holidays are coming’ advert, launched back in 1995. For many people the festive season doesn’t start until they see the Coca-Cola advert, that’s quite an impression to have over consumers.

The Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour is also back this year, to hand out free goodies to fans up and down the UK. The hashtag #holidaysarecoming has already amassed 330,000 posts on Instagram. Coca-Cola has shown that its brand can adapt from the 1920’s to almost 100 years later ever evolving with new trends and apply them to their marketing strategies.

  • John Lewis

Over the last ten years, John Lewis Christmas campaigns have become a staple part of our festive season. Never afraid to splash the cash, with the first Christmas campaign in the John Lewis collection costing £6m. By creating popular and memorable campaigns it has had a direct influence on sales. The long wait campaign in 2011 reached half a million views in its first 24 hours. That Christmas saw sales up 9.3% year on year in the five weeks prior to December.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSLOnR1s74o&t=2s

The following year saw an even bigger upsurge in sales, with a massive 44.3% increase thanks to the snowpeople in love campaign which helped John Lewis break into the £800m mark in sales.

  • Sainsburys

Not known traditionally for their Christmas campaigns or in the league as Coca-Cola or John Lewis, but Christmas 2014 was Sainsbury’s year. Inspired by teaming up with the Royal British Legion they retold the story of the Christmas day football match. The almost four-minute-long campaign recreates one of the most famous moments of the first world war.

The supermarket shows the tale of the Christmas day peace in the trenches, a moving and very human story focused on the infamous football match in no man’s land. A young British solider passes on a chocolate gift to his German equal, which then leads to the end message ‘Christmas is for sharing’.

All proceeds that were made from the £1 chocolate bar advertised in the campaign, were donated to the Royal British Legion.

Another hit produced from Sainsbury’s which exceeded all expectations is ‘Mog’s Christmas Calamity’, the 2015 campaign reached over 38 million views on YouTube. With many claiming that Sainsbury’s campaign blew John Lewis’s out of the water for 2015.

  • McDonalds

McDonald’s has been picking up momentum each year with their creative campaigns. In 2017 they’ve created the #ReindeerReady campaign.

The brand tells the story of a young girl on a shopping trip with her father who is saving a McDonald’s carrot stick to give to Santa’s reindeer. But when they return home, her sibling points out that one carrot won’t feed Santa’s army of reindeers, and so they travel back to McDonald’s to get more carrot sticks.

The fast-food brand is hoping similar success to last year, which delivered an increase in sales and brand awareness.

Emily Somers, VP of marketing and food development at McDonald’s goes on to say “We’ve been selling carrot sticks for more than 10 years in our restaurants, it’s something we’ve always done. And it’s absolutely on point with the [wider] message around Christmas”.

  • Heathrow

The nations favourite teddy bears return to our screen this Christmas for part two of Heathrow’s Christmas campaign. Last Christmas we were introduced to Doris and Edward Bair. The campaign tracks two bears as they land at Heathrow airport, go through passport control and walk through arrivals, waiting patiently for someone to claim them. At the end of the commercial the Bair’s transform into elderly adults and it shows that they have been greeted by their grandchildren.

This year it takes a more detailed look at the Bair’s life together with the motto ‘Fly to someone, not just somewhere’

 

 

Ignore the hype – these are England’s Ashes

CHOO CHOO

“Wait, what’s that?”

As Christmas approaches, you might be forgiven for wondering if the faint whistle you hear as the snow begins to fall is that of the mystical Polar Express steaming along. Christmas spirit, Christmas cheer!

Alas, you could not be more wrong.

No, this is not what you are hearing. Image courtesy Matt Johnson on Flickr.

No, it’s nothing Christmassy, or vaguely interesting for that matter. It’s just the Australian hype train, tooting louder and louder as it chugs over the tracks, heading inexorably for total oblivion.

Pre-series wars of words are always drab in international sport, but nobody does mind-numbing tedium with the relentless efficiency of the Australian players and media.

Which leads me to question: Why? Why do they feel the need to do this? Why must we repeat this exasperating routine with the predictability of a mid-game Andy Murray grimace?

They do it because they are worried. And well they should be.

Ignore the hype, and forget the experts (that one’s for you, Mr Gove), England are coming home with the Ashes.

Andy Murray reacts to the latest wave of hot air blowing over from Australia. Image courtesy of habervideotv on Flickr.

Australian Panic

All the pre-series chatter predictably focussed around the absence of Ben Stokes, but the make-up of England’s side is pretty much settled upon for the first Test.

The same can’t be said of Australia, whose erratic selection panel have landed upon the perfect mathematical formula for complete disarray. Talented opener Matt Renshaw has been dropped for debutant Cameron Bancroft. Wicketkeeper Tim Paine has been ferried back from the underworld by Charon for his first Test appearance in 7 millennia. Shaun Marsh has been recalled for the 950th time to plug a middle order gap with an even larger middle order gap.

Chaos theory. Good stuff selectors.

English Serenity

By contrast, the English side is largely settled. Mark Stoneman is the new Andrew Strauss but better, and Dawid Malan has nailed down the 5 spot by dispatching teenagers to the boundary ropes in warm-up matches. Stokes’s absence is a shame, but opens the door for Woakes, Moeen and Bairstow to move up the order, and another bowler to show that they are equally angry and prone to profanity as our dear Ben.

Winkling out Wickets

For all that Mitchell Johnson brought fire and brimstone in the last Tour down under, the metronomic control of Ryan Harris at the other end stemmed the run rate and tied down the England batsman.

Then enter into the equation that Tim Bresnan (the cricketing equivalent of James Milner) had an unbelievable series in Australia, and you realise it isn’t that difficult after all.

Broad and Anderson may not have express speed, but they are cunning operators – and are far less likely to break down with injury during the series. And for all that Cummins and Starc are quick, their bowling will be far more likely to disappear to the boundary should they get it wrong.

Stuart Broad is very good at cricket. Image courtesy of Windies Cricket on Flickr.

How they compare:

So, all things considered, how does a composite Australia-England XI actually look?

David Warner vs Alastair Cook

One is angry, punchy and moustachioed, one is handsome, stoic and clean-shaven. Unfortunately the former is scoring far more runs.

Cameron Bancroft vs Mark Stoneman

Two Ashes debutants, but Stoneman’s experience and rock-solid personality means he partners Warner at the top of our order.

Usman Khawaja vs James Vince

James Vince is about as reliable as Robert Mugabe reading a resignation speech. Khawaja all the way.

Steve Smith vs Joe Root

Steve. Smith. Most boring name in the world? Yes. Most overrated player in the world? Maybe. National treasure and God’s messenger on earth like Joe Root? Absolutely not.

Peter Handscomb vs Dawid Malan

Battle of the incredibly average nobody’s. Give it to Handscomb, though I’m not sure anybody cares.

Tim Paine vs Jonny Bairstow

Tim is not even the most famous T-Pain in the world. The ginger messiah crushes his opposite number under the sheer weight of never-ending runs.

Shaun Marsh vs Chris Woakes

Mismatch as they won’t occupy the same place in the order, but Chris Woakes is mustard and has only been dropped once by England. Shaun Marsh gets dropped three times a year.

Lyon vs Moeen Ali

Sometimes, cricket isn’t that important. Moeen’s beard 1 – Nathan Lyon’s beard – 0.

The beard that is feared. Image courtesy of Jumpy News on Flickr

Mitchell Starc – Craig Overton/Jake Ball

Begrudgingly, Mitchell Starc is quite good at cricket.

Pat Cummins – Stuart Broad

Pat Cummins is as likely to tear his hamstring while eating his cheerios as to take wickets, so as he sits out most of the series injured Stuart will be making Broad inroads into the Australian batting.

Josh Hazlewood – James Anderson

Jimmy is one of the greatest bowlers in the history of Test cricket. Josh Hazlewood is a village cricket pie-chucker. No comparison.

 

England to win the series 3-2 and retain the Ashes. No draws because nobody can bat.

 

The Weird and Wonderful World of Political Christmas Cards

By Peter Jackson Eastwood & Emily Burditt.

It’s the festive season, so what better way to celebrate than to forensically examine just how appalling Politicians Christmas Cards are? Welcome to the strange and wonderful world of political Christmas cards…

Nigel Evans MP – Christmas 2016

Nigel Evans MP Christmas card

Come along now Mr Evans, you’re not even Trump’s favourite Nigel!

Everyone knows that Farage and Trumpy are already best mates, so maybe we can find Nigel Evans his own American friend – Mike Pence or Mitt Romney maybe? They seem like interesting chaps, and Ted Cruz could always use a chum as well…

Bonus point for the mug.

MP Christmas card

Nigel Evans MP’s Christmas Card

 

Stephen Harper (Former PM Canada) – Christmas 2010

‘Season’s greetings from our whole serial killing family’ is probably not what the inside of this card says, but it should do.

Is there anything worse than one of these god-awful ‘happy family’ pictures? Everyone looks on edge. Pity the Harper children who were likely slaughtered in the playground for this one. Thankfully Canada is now blessed with the charismatic Justin Trudeau, a man so good at PR-ing himself that his wide-eyed tribute to the late, great, murderous Fidel Castro spawned an entire hashtag – #TrudeauEulogies

Fear not residents of Great Britain, the rest of the world’s politicians are equally inept.

Stephen Harper Christmas Card

Stephen Harper’s Christmas Card

 

Peter Bone MP – Christmas 2015

Given Peter Bone’s record in the House of Commons, I think we are all immensely grateful that his Christmas card does not feature Mrs Bone in some kind of compromised state. Small mercies.

Bone’s expression epitomises how the whole country is now feeling over all this EU hullabaloo. Are we leaving? Are we staying? Are we staying in the single market? Are we retaining Freedom of movement? Are the courts in charge? Is parliament? Are you sure Michael Gove isn’t a lizard-human hybrid?

Don’t worry Peter, we all feel exactly as you look.

Peter Bone Christmas Card

Jeremy Corbyn – Christmas 2016

This looks not dissimilar to the Dove logo, just with a red background instead of white. For that reason, let’s call this ‘Communist Dove’. And given the cracked, flaky nature of Corbyn’s reign, he probably needs some political moisturiser to make his party a slicker machine.

So many beautiful political symmetries can be drawn from this shockingly bad Christmas card and last year’s equally atrocious offering. Jeremy Corbyn has had an entire year to improve his Christmas card, but it has only gotten worse. Jeremy Corbyn has also had an entire year to improve his leadership of the Labour Party. Fill in the rest yourself.

Tony Blair, Christmas 2014

Things Tony Blair could be thinking in this photo:

‘The Chilcott report is coming out soon’

‘Ah, I left the oven on.’

‘I’d better empty my Outbox in case Cherie sees that George and I are still talking.’

‘I forgot to put X Factor on to record’

‘Good God Ed Balls can move!’

Tony Blair Christmas Card

Tony Blair’s Christmas Card

Alex Salmond MSP – Christmas 2013

Alex Salmond doesn’t really make sense to me as a human being, so it figures that I haven’t the faintest clue what this is all about.

Perhaps it’s a young Salmond in his job at the Post Office, championing independence William Wallace style in his free time.

Apparently it’s actually a picture of the fourth wise man who turned up too late to see Jesus.

About as festive and cheery as Mr Salmond’s popular demeanour.

Nick Brown MP – Christmas 2015

Nick Brown has cracked it – George Osborne is a Sith Lord. Not only do we at PHA Public Affairs fully endorse Star Wars references, we endorse them especially enthusiastically in relation to our esteemed politicians.

As for what that means in relation to this card – George Osborne is surely Kylo Ren – young, widely disliked, following a path that is a mystery to everyone but himself and probably capable of betraying those closest to him with a lightsabre/austerity cut to the heart. And come to think of it, Maggie would make a passable Emperor Palpatine here… (We love you Maggie!)

Godfrey Bloom (former UKIP MEP)

Most MEPs would be desperate to distance themselves from comments that were so controversial, he lost the UKIP whip.

But Godfrey Bloom isn’t most MEPs; he is a UKIPper. Honestly, I’ve no idea whether this did Godfrey Bloom a tonne of damage with his voters, or a tonne of favours. Who knows what anything means anymore.

godfrey bloom christmas card

 

Home Affairs Select Committee 2015

Masterful. Not a single word of criticism for this, a delight.

Home Affairs Select Committee 2013

The Home Affairs Select Committee clearly win the award for best cards.

Keith Vaz as Dumbledore. Theresa May as Bellatrix Lestrange. Julian Huppert as Harry Potter.

No more needs to be said.

Home Affairs Select Committee Christmas Card

Home Affairs Select Committee Christmas Card