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WELCOME TO THE RIGHT STREET

WELCOME TO THE RIGHT STREET

WELCOME TO THE RIGHT STREET

WELCOME TO THE RIGHT STREET

WELCOME TO THE RIGHT STREET

WELCOME TO THE RIGHT STREET

WELCOME TO

THE RIGHT STREET

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Professional communicators in Brussels are all at the front lines of the same fight: the endless struggle to push back on “Eurish” or “Eurospeak”, the lingua franca of the Brussels bubble. It’s our daily bread to pepper sentences with dreadful terms like “synergy” and “strategic challenges” and render them mind-numbing. Speaking this confounding dialect signals knowledge of goings-on and insider status.

On one hand it seems natural enough that a community of people working in the same sphere should form their own lingo. We could argue that it is a necessary evil. Jargon serves as shorthand allowing people to cut through layers of common reference. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea to use it.

Jargon is not unique to the EU policymaking sphere. Occupation-specific language plagues writing in many areas: Law students are spoon-fed a style that purposefully bewilders, the corporate world is infamous for its adoration of empty buzzwords (“growth hacking”, anyone?), and don’t even get me started on academia.

The way language is used and abused in these various professions goes beyond the necessity of creating a shorthand. Much of it simply amounts to bad habits: Lengthening sentences and packing them with code to make people sound more knowledgeable. Overusing words to the point of losing all meaning. Occasionally a lone crusader will cry into the wind about making language more accessible, but most happily pay the price to be members of their exclusive club.

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THE CORPORATE EDITION

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EDITION

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TRADE ASSOCIATION EDITION

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An international communications and advocacy agency in Brussels.

Welcome to
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We don’t take you down paths you don’t need to travel. We prefer to work with you on charting a course that’s right for you. Along the way, we’ll challenge your assumptions, offer new insights, and find creative solutions. We’ll help you get to where you really want to go.

An international communications and advocacy agency in Brussels.

Welcome to
the right street

We don’t take you down paths you don’t need to travel. We prefer to work with you on charting a course that’s right for you. Along the way, we’ll challenge your assumptions, offer new insights, and find creative solutions. We’ll help you get to where you really want to go.

Are you curious about your digital impact?

We all like to think that our digital communications, advocacy or marketing activities have a genuine impact on our audience. But how do you know if you’re using the right channels and producing the right content? Chances are, you don’t. Try one of the editions below or contact us and we’ll make a custom formula for you. 

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For corporations that want more digital impact towards EU policy makers and stakeholders in Brussels. 

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For small, medium and large companies that want more digital impact and sales in Europe. 

NGO
EDITION

For Non Government Organisations that want more digital impact towards EU policy makers and stakeholders in Brussels.

TRADE ASSOCIATION EDITION

For trade associations that want more digital impact towards EU policy makers and stakeholders in Brussels.

MEP
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For Members of the European Parliament who want more digital impact in Brussels and their home countries.

We created The D Scale to help you easily measure, track and improve your “digital impact”. That means being able to reach, engage and influence online the people you care about.

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Professional communicators in Brussels are all at the front lines of the same fight: the endless struggle to push back on “Eurish” or “Eurospeak”, the lingua franca of the Brussels bubble. It’s our daily bread to pepper sentences with dreadful terms like “synergy” and “strategic challenges” and render them mind-numbing. Speaking this confounding dialect signals knowledge of goings-on and insider status.

On one hand it seems natural enough that a community of people working in the same sphere should form their own lingo. We could argue that it is a necessary evil. Jargon serves as shorthand allowing people to cut through layers of common reference. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea to use it.

Professional communicators in Brussels are all at the front lines of the same fight: the endless struggle to push back on “Eurish” or “Eurospeak”, the lingua franca of the Brussels bubble. It’s our daily bread to pepper sentences with dreadful terms like “synergy” and “strategic challenges” and render them mind-numbing. Speaking this confounding dialect signals knowledge of goings-on and insider status.

On one hand it seems natural enough that a community of people working in the same sphere should form their own lingo. We could argue that it is a necessary evil. Jargon serves as shorthand allowing people to cut through layers of common reference. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea to use it.

Professional communicators in Brussels are all at the front lines of the same fight: the endless struggle to push back on “Eurish” or “Eurospeak”, the lingua franca of the Brussels bubble. It’s our daily bread to pepper sentences with dreadful terms like “synergy” and “strategic challenges” and render them mind-numbing. Speaking this confounding dialect signals knowledge of goings-on and insider status.

On one hand it seems natural enough that a community of people working in the same sphere should form their own lingo. We could argue that it is a necessary evil. Jargon serves as shorthand allowing people to cut through layers of common reference. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea to use it.

Professional communicators in Brussels are all at the front lines of the same fight: the endless struggle to push back on “Eurish” or “Eurospeak”, the lingua franca of the Brussels bubble. It’s our daily bread to pepper sentences with dreadful terms like “synergy” and “strategic challenges” and render them mind-numbing. Speaking this confounding dialect signals knowledge of goings-on and insider status.

On one hand it seems natural enough that a community of people working in the same sphere should form their own lingo. We could argue that it is a necessary evil. Jargon serves as shorthand allowing people to cut through layers of common reference. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea to use it.

Professional communicators in Brussels are all at the front lines of the same fight: the endless struggle to push back on “Eurish” or “Eurospeak”, the lingua franca of the Brussels bubble. It’s our daily bread to pepper sentences with dreadful terms like “synergy” and “strategic challenges” and render them mind-numbing. Speaking this confounding dialect signals knowledge of goings-on and insider status.

On one hand it seems natural enough that a community of people working in the same sphere should form their own lingo. We could argue that it is a necessary evil. Jargon serves as shorthand allowing people to cut through layers of common reference. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea to use it.

Professional communicators in Brussels are all at the front lines of the same fight: the endless struggle to push back on “Eurish” or “Eurospeak”, the lingua franca of the Brussels bubble. It’s our daily bread to pepper sentences with dreadful terms like “synergy” and “strategic challenges” and render them mind-numbing. Speaking this confounding dialect signals knowledge of goings-on and insider status.

On one hand it seems natural enough that a community of people working in the same sphere should form their own lingo. We could argue that it is a necessary evil. Jargon serves as shorthand allowing people to cut through layers of common reference. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea to use it.

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THE CORPORATE EDITION

Measuring the digital impact of inhouse EU Public Affairs teams.

total score

11.0/11.0

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1.0

Social media

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Has a verified (blue tick) profile/page on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram
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Twitter
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Follower/Following ratio divided by 10
1.0
Add 0.1 for every 2k followers
0.5
Add O for everv tweet with 10+ interactions in last 7 days
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Facebook
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
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Instagram
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Add o for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 davs
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Linkedin
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Add 0.1 for every 100 connections/ followers of the Head of Office persona Profile
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Add 0.1 for every 200 Page Community followers
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Add 0.1 for every Profile or Page/ Community post with 20+ interactions in ast 30 davs
0.5
TikTOk
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 davs
0.5
Other
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Profile spotted on other community platforms (e.g. Reddit)
0.5

Website

Description
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EU webpage appears on ist page of Google search (in Brussels) for company name
0.5
EU webpage has newsletter signup or other email capture form
0.5
EU office is mentioned on the company’s Wikipedia page
0.5

Digital content

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Published branded content on website or social media in last 30 days
0.5
Published original video and/or audio content on Youtube in last 30 days
0.5
Published live video and or audio content in last 30 days
0.5
Hosted a live virtual event in last 30 days
0.5
Advertising spotted on social media, Youtube or Google
0.5

MEP EDITION

Measuring the digital impact of Members of the European Parliament.

total score

11.0/11.0

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The Right Street prediction point
1.0

Social media

Twitter
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Follower/Following ratio divided by 10
1.0
Add 0.1 for every 2k followers
0.5
Add 0.1 for every tweet with 10+ interactions in last 7 days
0.5
Linkedin
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Add 0.1 for every CEO or Page/Community post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
TikTOk
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Add 0.1 for every post published in last 7 days
0.5
Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Facebook
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Add 0.1 for every post published in last 7 days
0.5
Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Instagram
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Subtract 0.1 for every hashtag found in latest post caption
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Digital content

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Published original video and/or audio content on YouTube in last 30 days
0.5
Published live video and/or audio content in last 30 days
0.5
Hosted a live virtual event in last 30 days
0.5

Website

DESCRIPTION
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Website appears on first page of name Google searches conducted in Brussels and home country
0.5
Website has newsletter signup or other email capture form
0.5

Accessibility

DESCRIPTION
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Has a Contact area/box on website
0.5
Has a newsletter signup form on website
0.5
Replied to a public user question/comment on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook in last 7 days
0.5
Has a Wikipedia page
0.5

Trade Association EDITION

Measuring the digital impact of EU Trade Associations based in Brussels.

total score

11.0/11.0

Max.
The Right Street prediction point
1.0

Social media

Twitter
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Divide Follower/Following ratio by 10
1.0
Add 0.1 for every 2k followers
0.5
Add al for every tweet with 10+ interactions in last 7 days
0.5
Linkedin
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Add 0.1 for every 100 connections/followers of Secretary General’s personal Profile
0.5
Add 0.1 for every 200 Page/Community followers
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Add 0.1 for every Profile or Page/ Community post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Facebook
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Instagram
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
TikTOk
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Other
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Profile spotted on other community platforms (e.g. Reddit)
0.5

Digital Content

DESCRIPTION
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Published branded content on website or social media in last 30 days
0.5
Published original video and/or audio content on YouTube in last 30 days
0.5
Published live video and/or audio content in last 30 days
0.5
Hosted a live virtual event in last 30 days
0.5
Advertising spotted on social media, Youtube or Google
0.5

Website

DESCRIPTION
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Website appears on first page of Google search conducted in Brussels
0.5
Website has newsletter signup or other email capture form
0.5
Has a Wikipedia page
0.5

NGO EDITION

Measuring the digital impact of EU Non Governmental Organisations based in Brussels.

total score

11.0/11.0

Max.
The Right Street prediction point
1.0

Social media

Twitter
Max.
Divide Follower/Following ratio by 10
1.0
Add 0.1 for every 2k followers
0.5
Add al for every tweet with 104 interactions in last 7 days
0.5
Linkedin
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Add 0.1 for every 100 connections/ followers of Secretary Generals personal Profile
0.5
Add 0.1 for every 200 Page/Community followers
0.5
Add 0.1 for every Profile or Page/ Community post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Facebook
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Instagram
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
TikTOk
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Other
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Profile spotted on other community platforms (e.g. Reddit)
0.5

Digital Content

DESCRIPTION
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Published branded content on website or social media in last 30 days
0.5
Published original video content on YouTube in last 30 days
0.5
Published live video and/or audio content in last 30 days
0.5
Hosted a live virtual event in last 30 days
0.5

Website

DESCRIPTION
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Website appears on first page of Google search conducted in Brussels
0.5
Website has newsletter signup or other email capture form
0.5
Has a Wikipedia page
0.5

B2B EDITION

Measuring the digital impact of B2B companies in Europe.

total score

11.0/11.0

Max.
The Right Street prediction point
1.0

Social media

Twitter
Max.
Add 0.1 for every 1k followers
0.5
Add 0.1 for every tweet with 10+ interactions in last 7 days
0.5
Linkedin
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Add 0.1 for every 100 followers connections to CEO’s personal profile
0.5
Add 0.1 for every 100 Page followers or Community members
0.5
Add 0.1 for every CEO or Page/Community post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Facebook
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
Instagram
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5
TikTOk
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Add 0.1 for every post with 20+ interactions in last 30 days
0.5

Web content

Branded content
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Consistent audiovisual identity on all digital platforms
0.5
Published branded content on website or social media in last 7 days
0.5
Audiovisual content
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Website includes a video featuring company and/or product/s
0.5
Published original video and or audio content on YouTube in last 30 days
0.5
Website & Newsletter
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Website appears on first page of Google search in home country
0.5
Add 0.1 for every customer testimonial on website
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Website has newsletter signup or other email capture torm
0.5
Sent out a newsletter in last 30 days
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Digital tools

Advertising
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Add 0.1 for every digital platform where an ad campaign has been implemented
0.5
Online events
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Organised an online event for a community and/or prospects in last 30 days
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Add 0.1 for every online event attended in last 30 days
0.5