Ridgemount tops the table again

Ting, Jenny, Keon and Mike in a meeting in Mortlake office

Do league tables matter? When you’re at the top, absolutely!
We are delighted to have maintained our number one ranking in the Construction Marketing Awards agency league table for the third year in a row. Benchmarking. We think we’re great, of course…

Translating the technical

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How to make technical stories work for less technical people
We work in an industry where real innovation often starts with the research scientists. But to have any impact, the results of that research need to be understood…

Why influencer marketing works for B2B campaigns

Influencer recording content

Influencer marketing is not a magic shiny new silver bullet. It’s great fun, but its success is really down to a potentially boring sounding benefit: targeting. An effective influencer marketing campaign…

Property PR – how to get started

How to make technical stories work for less technical people
It’s simple: public relations is a highly effective way of working alongside your current teams to generate both sales and visibility for an individual property or brand…

We are a Google Partner

We strive to ensure that our clients receive a service that truly helps deliver on their company goals and helps them to get an excellent return on investment; we never settle. Therefore, we are very proud to say that Ridgemount is now…

How to make your video go further

We thought it was tricky enough to get a camera crew out with normal health and safety restrictions in place, well the current situation is a whole new kettle of fish. With video ads becoming the number one way customers are moving from discovering…

Browsing Instagram has changed…

Hand holding Instagram splash screen

Instagram has now released its non-algorithmic news feed options to all its users. Before you start to feel that inevitable fear of change, rest assured that the options do not mean the platform has completely changed the way it does… its thang.

Should I cut my PR budget?

Accountant reviewing PR budgets

Some say that PR and communications are our most valuable assets in times of crisis, so why then is it always the first line of budget that gets the axe? It makes no sense.