Mrig Sight Media, a global branding and marketing agency has bagged the digital media mandate for Make Me Pure, a leading mental health and wellness healing platform. The account was won following a multi-agency pitch and will be handled out of the agency’s Noida office.
As a part of this digital mandate, the agency aims to launch and amplify the overall digital presence comprising communication, social media and PR strategies for the client. The scope of work includes the brand’s digital and social media strategy, e-commerce portal development and management to position Make Me Pure as a leading mental health and wellness healing platform.
Mrig Sight Media will help Make Me Pure in building brand awareness, brand communication, developing creative content, social media marketing, promoting their brand presence and iterating the brand’s position as a category leader. It will help in building brand advocacy through digital public relations and the influencer community.
Mrig Sight Media will also focus on media buying, promotional campaigns, creating sustainable brand equity, and managing the social media, search engine optimization (SEO), and online reputation management (ORM) duties.
Commenting on this association, Mr. Gurpreet Singh Arora, Founding Member- Make Me Pure said, “Make Me Pure has always taken pride in being a first mover and is now focusing on e-commerce, leveraging on our strong growing digital presence. This pivot will help grow the overall business, increase our brand recall amongst our target group and allow us to dominate the digital landscape. As we partner with Mrig Sight Media, we intend to kick off this mandate with a strong focus on social media, ecommerce, brand building, ORM and SEO.”
On winning the mandate, Rahul Ranjan, Director, Mrig Sight Media added, “We are thrilled with this new partnership to come on board as the digital agency for Make Me Pure. At Mrig Sight Media, we believe in the power of performance-driven brand building and are committed to ensuring Make Me Pure’s digital growth.”