Thursday, 28 June 2012

Around 900 Million Users, Over $100 Billion Market Value; Why Are Facebook Shares Still Gloomy?!

Hillgrove PR, London, the top-notch PR agency, looks into the prospects of Facebook after the issue of its IPO.

Morgan Stanley and other brokerages who managed Facebook's IPO entry into the share market expressed optimism about its long-term potential in recently published reports. And most of these brokerages expect the social media giant to garner a significant share of the huge internet advertising market, considering its 900 million or so large user base.

But there was a general opinion that Facebook's business model was unclear and there were questions about how it plans to make money from the growing number of users logging in through smartphones and other mobile devices.

Currently, the Facebook share stands about 13% below its $38 initial offer price.

Hillgrove PR has the opinion that Facebook should revitalise their public relations and marketing strategy to make use of the 900 million opportunities it has!

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Monday, 18 June 2012

Another Setback for Facebook – Hillgrove PR Exclusive

Facebook faces another setback as it pays out $10million to five users for putting adverts in their Timelines, after lawsuits were filed in a California court – Hillgrove PR has learned.
Millions of other Facebook users could follow suit following this remarkable court settlement. And if it goes like that it’ll be disastrous for the social media site, which is facing hurdles one after another, after the recent sale of its IPO shares.
Hillgrove PR is of the opinion that Facebook needs to work out more serious steps towards corporate PR issues.
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Thursday, 14 June 2012

Former Ukrainian PM Yulia Tymoshenko Haunted Again -Hillgrove PR Analyses the Situation

Olexander Tymoshenko, the husband of jailed Ukrainian former prime minister and the present opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, accused President Viktor Yanukovich on Thursday, 14 Jun, of destroying justice in the former Soviet republic after Yanukovich linked his foe to a 16-year-old murder case, Reuters reported.
Yulia Tymoshenko, who is currently on hospital bed due to severe back trouble, is serving a seven year jail term imposed by the ruling party. The West and the European Union believes that the punishment awarded to the former PM is politically motivated.
Yulia Tymoshenko in April accused the prison guards of beating her and observed a hunger strike. This prompted some of the European leaders to boycott part of the Euro2012 football tournament being co-hosted by Ukraine.
Yulia, the two-time PM of Ukraine, which is the estranged part of former Soviet Union, was spearheading the country into the European Union, whereas the present government is more Russia biased. The Ukraine’s parliament recently gave initial approval to a law that will make Russian an official language and threatens to split the country along geographical and cultural lines.The move met severe resistance in parts of the country.
UK Public relations agency Hillgrove PR has been engaged by Eugenia Tymoshenko, daughter of Yulia Tymoshenko, to represent her personal communications with the media, and to highlight the plight of her ailing mother in the Western media.

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Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Welcome to the London Olympics2012 – Comments from Hillgrove PR

Motorists are told to avoid the London city for up to a month during the London Olympics2012 to facilitate VIP travel in the Games Lanes, the Daily Mail reported. Traffic jams and long queues everywhere will haunt Londoners during the mega event. This is perhaps the other side of #Olympics2012!

Travel restriction along these 30 miles of road (Games Lanes), part of a wider 109-mile circuit called the Olympic Route Network, is meant for taking dignitaries from their hotels around Park Lane and Mayfair to the venues across the London city in luxury BMWs, the report said.

However, people will forget all the troubles as sportsman spirit and enthusiasm will compensate everything else. There is also great news like the one that says artistic director Danny Boyle will take the world's sports fans spellbound by turning the Olympic Stadium into the tranquil and aesthetic atmosphere of the British countryside view in one of the largest sets ever built.

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