Marcus Gomez writes and designs advertorials for Microsoft Malaysia
Marcus Gomez & Partners recently produced a series of advertorials for Microsoft Malaysia in both English and Mandarin as part of Microsoft’s continuing legalisation campaign.
The advertorials were placed in major Mandarin and English daily newspapers and periodicals nationwide including Sin Chew Jit Poh, Guang Ming Daily, See Hua Daily (Sabah/Sarawak), Money Compass and Business & Financial Magazine. Marcus Gomez & Partners wrote, designed and translated all the articles and provided further value-add to Microsoft by managing their placement in the publications.
The advertorials are:
- “You are in Control” — the average PC is a lot more powerful than we think.
- “Professional Perks” — When business is bustling, every moment counts. Every minute spent troubleshooting technology is a minute lost. That’s why smart businesses keep their technology current.
- “Six Reasons to Love the Cloud” –With Office 365, small businesses now have six very good reasons to celebrate.
Microsoft Malaysia is one of Marcus Gomez & Partners’ most loyal customers. Marcus Gomez helped the technology company launch its Small Business Portal over five years ago by providing original content for its portal and “SMB Vision” e-newsletter. Since then, Marcus Gomez & Partners has produced over 100 e-newsletters for Microsoft Malaysia for various events and campaigns. In 2011, Microsoft Singapore signed up Marcus Gomez to produce its monthly e-newsletter, “Business Insights”.
About Marcus Gomez
Marcus Gomez & Partners provides world-class technical and business copywriting solutions to help global SMBs and multinationals enhance their sales, market share and corporate visibility in the international marketplace. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the boutique communications agency counts some of the biggest brands in the world as its customers, including Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Cisco Systems and TÜV SÜD. It also serves major government agencies such as the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), SIRIM Berhad, Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA), InvestPerak and the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.