What I do

Bien Media works with clients in the property and mortgage sectors to maximise their media exposure and build their brands. 

Whether your goal is to appear in the Sunday Times, raise awareness via the trade press, create an impressive website or glossy corporate brochure, or ensure you are getting the most out of Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, we can help you achieve your goals. 

As a former journalist, Melanie has an excellent understanding of what journalists are looking for, while her focus on the property and mortgage sectors means she is regarded as an industry expert, with real insight. The advantage of working with Bien Media is that you get Melanie looking after your account, not an untested junior. 


Whether you need ongoing PR support via a monthly retainer or help with a one-off project, Bien Media can tailor a programme that meeds your needs and budget.

Media Relations

Looking to build your profile in the media? 
Bien Media generates widespread coverage for clients in the national, regional and trade press, increasing brand exposure and business leads. We work with clients to generate targeted story ideas for specific publications, resulting in editorial endorsement and interviews in the press.


As a former financial and property journalist, Melanie is an experienced and knowledgeable writer and can provide content for press comment, editorial and advertorial, corporate brochures, newsletters, websites, blogs, presentations, speeches and award entries.

Social Media

An early adopter of Twitter, Melanie has 10,500 followers and can advise you on your own Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn presence, as well as manage these accounts for you if you prefer. 
Melanie also uses her own Twitter account to post client press coverage and news.

Press Office Support

If you need help covering an in-house press office during holidays or at a particularly busy time, Bien Media can help answer calls and write press releases.

Media Training

Melanie has years of experience of being interviewed on television, radio and by print journalists, as well as working on the other side of the fence as a journalist doing the interviewing, and can advise you on how best to present yourself and your business. 
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