Life at March

Here at March we like to make sure that we get the balance right between working hard and having some fun. Sure, delivering outstanding work for our clients is hugely important and it’s our number one priority, but it’s also important to enjoy your days and like spending time with the people you work with.  Go ahead and meet some of team and check out some of the things we have been up to recently!

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  1. 15 lessons from 15 years of blogging September 30, 2014




    Anil Dash has been at it for 15 years (slightly longer than me, but only slightly!) and his reflections on a decade and a half of blogging — through major life changes from marriage to parenthood — really chime with me, especially:

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    Dash shares fantastic insight into blogging’s long-term impact on a blogger. Great read, especially if you find yourself in a blogging rut.

  2. fastcodesign:4 Wearables That Give You Superpowers Super… September 30, 2014


    4 Wearables That Give You Superpowers

    Super strength. Super hearing. Super artistry. Super expression. The future of wearables is really a quest for human enhancement.

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  3. prweek:Jamie Oliver has acquired more than one million… September 29, 2014


    Jamie Oliver has acquired more than one million subscribers to his YouTube channel, Food Tube, since launching last January. The celebrity chef shared his tips for YouTube success in a speech at Advertising Week today: click here to read.

  4. Annual #Tupperware clean out courtesy of @meredithleaton 😄… September 26, 2014

    Annual #Tupperware clean out courtesy of @meredithleaton 😄

  5. prnewswire:5 Ways to Get a Journalist to Care About Your… September 25, 2014


    5 Ways to Get a Journalist to Care About Your Pitch

    Given the scale at which content is being produced on traditional and digital media, journalists are more strapped for time and earning media attention is even more of a challenge for PR pros.

    While standard pitching practices such as researching the journalist, answering the 5 W’s, and being brief are still important, nowadays it takes more than just meeting the standard to stave off the competition and get a journalist to care.

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