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Category: Content

Category: Content

What Is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)?

15 May 2018

As we’ve slowly but surely gotten used to more globalised ideas of being more civic-minded, businesses have also had to step it up, especially since the dawn of the age of social media. But due to the powers that be it’s easier for an individual than it is for a corporation to “do the right…

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5 Content Marketing Examples From Charities That Inspire Us

08 May 2018

Content marketing is no longer a cutting-edge experiment. It’s a well-established, proven component of any smart company’s marketing strategy. Carefully-crafted and well-executed content distributed across multiple online platforms breaks through internet clutter, to build brand awareness, engage potential customers and develop trust. We at Don’t Panic cut our teeth with purpose driven content for charities…

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Effective Ways Non-Profits And Charities Can Drive Donations Through Content

01 May 2018

Every non-profit tackles the challenge of spurring online donations in a different way. Some rely primarily on email solicitations. Others build a large social media presence where they can interact with others who believe in their cause. And there are charities which put most of their effort into telling long-form, riveting stories on their website.…

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How to Promote Viral Content

24 Apr 2018

Every blogger, marketer, or brand dreams of creating that magical piece of content that goes viral the instant it’s posted. Going viral is a great thing no matter what industry or niche you are in, apart from maybe the adult film industry. You definitely want your brand or posts to be seen by as many…

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One of our top Creatives has made a film with BBC3!

19 Jan 2018

One of our top creatives Jake Moss has broken free from the corporate shackles of creative advertising, where he’s forced to create short videos for clients… to go and make a creative, short video for the BBC! The video parodies classic office culture, in which sick work colleagues refuse to go home despite displaying visible…

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Would you delete memories for money?

Would You Delete Memories for Money?

05 Dec 2017

Would you take the chance to delete your most precious memories for a sum of money? Don’t Panic do capitalism versus sentimentality and test several people’s willingness to wipe their brains for money in the new film with lastminute.com: ‘Memories or Money?’ In a recent piece of research conducted by lastminute.com, it was found that…

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Revolting nominated for award

Revolting Nominated for Broadcast Award

04 Dec 2017

Revolting, by our friends Jolyon Rubinstein and Heydon Prowse (aka the team behind The Revolution Will Be Televised), has been nominated for the Best Comedy Programme award at the Broadcast Awards! The show is the duo’s latest satirical offering, doing what they do best: mocking the current state of our nation. The Broadcast Awards is…

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Quidco - Can You Buy Happiness?

Can You Buy Happiness? Quidco Says Yes.

15 Nov 2017

Have you ever thought about what you would do if you had some extra money on your hands? Or just known that buying something you’ve had your heart set on for ages would bring you happiness like you’ve never experienced before? “I’m currently saving up for a beak”, Ted Parrotman cheerily mentions in a clip…

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Oxfam - Let's Even It Up

Let’s Even it Up

08 Nov 2017

We’ve  teamed up with Oxfam and their campaign ‘Even It Up’, and created a film to highlight the direct link between tax, inequality and poverty, showing the human impact on the world’s poorest countries.   The film focuses on the relationship between tax and public services, illustrating the impact tax avoidance has on vital resources…

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Unison - Pats on the Back

Pats On The Back With Unison

08 Nov 2017

This year we saw the government spend a whopping £1bn on a deal to secure their victory after the hung parliament fiasco, after watching public sector workers being told that there was no “magic money tree” to fund their (quite frankly well deserved) pay raises. For years now, public service workers have had their wages…

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