If you’re thinking about PR, chances are you’re feeling anxious and confused.
We can help with that. We can also help spread your story far and wide, so you become everyone’s favorite.
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Remember the abrasive, human ponytail Tony Little? When we end up in Hell there will be a room with his 90s fitness infomercials on repeat. Alas, since then the fitness industry’s marketing has remained dodgy, over the top and annoying. It was thus a great privilege to work with Xiaomi family brand, Urevo, who were none of these things.
Modern humans type a lot. These same modern humans are also really into personalization – a bougie reality that would surely annoy the architects of the Red Terror. These two facts have helped us execute killer campaigns over an ongoing 2 year mandate for custom keyboard maker Keychron. Unlike the Red Terror no one has actually died (yet).
East Bloc made consumer goods were basically one size fits all. ‘Shabby’ doesn’t begin to capture the UX. Because we’re happy about both the demise of communism and the growing trend of personalization, we were excited when MIT affiliated skincare startup, Atolla, asked us to guide them through two launches for their customized skincare serums.
None of the partners at Proper Propaganda own a cat. A few people on staff do, but cats have been less present in the lives of our Dear Leaders. However, we can fucken rock cat tech like nobody’s biz it seems. From smart cat shitboxes, to cat toys, to MarsCat it seems we have feline elements to our firm’s soul.
Sophia the Robot
Given our desire to survive the tumultuous period when humans are enslaved by robot overlords, we eagerly took on the job of building and bolstering Sophia the Robot’s social media presence for Hanson Robotics. Given the results, we should avoid hard labour in the salt mines for at least a few months.
Lenin loved cats. However in a bit of commie idiocy he refused to name his, claiming the naming of pets was a bourgeois activity. We like cats and tech (and naming animals too). Maybe this is why, with our help, Footloose became the most funded pet product in Kickstarter history, raising $1.3 million.