Property and Land experts hit the headlines with broad range of coverage
MAY was another bumper month of high-quality print and online coverage for our client Bell Ingram as we helped share its host of great properties and industry insight.
One particularly popular property story featured the stunning cottage Creach on the Isle of Mull.
With picturesque views across Scotland’s dramatic landscape, the property has views to buy for.
We made sure to capture the classic yet contemporary design of the property that gives it its incredible appeal.
• Extensive print coverage in The Sunday Post, Sunday Mail and The Scotsman
• Online coverage on The Press and Journal
• A total reach of 421,498 people
Another great story used the comments from Bell Ingram’s Carl Warden about the sale of a ruined castle to Scottish lottery winner, Gillian Bayford.
She snapped up Chesterhill House for £619,000 and we ensured Bell Ingram’s comments were front and centre in the reports.
• Print coverage in The Sun
• Online coverage on The Sun and The Courier
• A total reach of 302,948
A further May success story involved Bell Ingram expert Malcolm Taylor, who gave his thoughts on things to be aware of with contract farming.
He spoke out about the potential pitfalls farmers faced when entering contract farming agreements and warned people should think carefully when making these decisions and why.
The highlights included:
• Print coverage in The Scotsman
• Online coverage on Journal Online
• A total reach of 22,036
In total, the coverage of Bell Ingram’s activities over the month of May reached a whopping 764,718 people.
The widespread recognition of Bell Ingram as a leading land and estate agent in Scotland not only creates widespread brand awareness of the expert business but also gives its experts a key voice in the industry.
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