What Think Inc’s Peter Freedman does is unique. He is a master at creating online buzz, which spreads globally. He has shown so repeatedly for big brands, like craigslist and Badoo.

Amit Shafrir, President, Badoo.com

I’ve never met anyone better than Think Inc’s Peter Freedman at creating ideas that grab attention and spread virally – often round the world.

Bob Young, CEO, Lulu.com; co-founder, Red Hat

Thanks for a great job. The U.S. campaign got fantastic pick-up. The place-names story really went viral. Our traffic grew by nearly 600%.

Carolynne Bull-Edwards, Head of PR, Brightsolid (findmypast.com)

Think Inc provides thinking with an edge… something spookily different – but very deliverable.

Martin Clarkson, Director of Brands, Marks & Spencer

The job you’ve done has been fantastic… Everything we hoped for. I want to say a big thank you.

Caroline Keith, Manager, Consumer Public Relations, Visit Scotland

Think Inc brought us huge global coverage by coming up with quirky ideas and knowing how to execute them… The coverage brought us both visitors and high-quality links. It was a uniquely cost-effective form of online marketing.

Richard Stephenson, CEO, Yudu.com/Yudu Media

Many consultants talk about the importance of viral marketing and buzz but Think Inc’s Peter Freedman is the only one I’ve ever met able to deliver on the promise of them.

Stephen Fraser, co-founder, Spoonflower.com; former marketing director, Lulu.com

Think Inc… brought us a scale of attention out of all proportion to cost… Peter Freedman is truly a jujitsu master of modern PR.

Gart Davis, joint CEO, Spoonflower.com; former President, Lulu.com.

The Testicle Cookbook has been a huge success…better than we could have hoped for or imagined. So has your other work for us. Brilliant!

Lisa Moore, Marketing Manager, Yudu.com

Think Inc won our launch global coverage and of just the right kind by coming up with a great idea that tickled the media and then spread by word of mouth. Not bad for a tech start-up with a modest budget. What’s more, I’ve seen [Think Inc’s] Peter Freedman do the same for others again and again.

Michael Jacobs, CEO, Universal Support

Think Inc engineered many “lightning strikes” for us that brought us a scale of attention out of all proportion to cost… but the most impressive result was not volume, it was accuracy. Think Inc delivered a huge number of exactly the right kind of prospects to our business, and in an entertained and curious mood. Think Inc’s Peter Freedman has pretty well figured this thing out… he is truly a jujitsu master of modern PR.

Gart Davis, joint CEO, Spoonflower.com; former President, Lulu.com

Many consultants talk about the importance of viral marketing and creating buzz but Think Inc’s Peter Freedman is the only one I’ve ever met capable of delivering on the promise of those phrases. The best decision we ever made during my years at Lulu.com was to place our trust in Peter’s highly unconventional methods for generating PR, which won powerful results for our online book-printing service in both online and print media. Peter created buzz for the company in both U.S. and international media that helped fuel rapid expansion. His understanding of the psychology that underlies the stories that people feel compelled to share with one another makes him a master in his field.

Stephen Fraser, co-founder, Spoonflower.com; former marketing director, Lulu.com

You have made a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.

Simon Thomas, Marketing Director, Singalonga Worldwide

I never would have believed the amount of coverage you have achieved for us. It has completely knocked me out.

Jurga Zilinskiene, MD, Today Translations

Think Inc. has shown again and again that it’s better to have a good PR idea than a huge budget. It has done so much to raise our profile and make us stand out in a crowded space. I’ve never seen more successful press releases or met anyone better than Peter Freedman at creating ideas that grab attention and spread virally – often round the world.

Bob Young, CEO, Lulu.com; co-founder, Red Hat

… if you’re going to conduct a stupid study to get press, this is how it’s done, friends. This new study they put out is (and I’m actually not being sarcastic here) a pretty excellent example of a PR person getting their brand talked about by a worthless not-hard-news-journo like me. I mean, if you’re going to conduct a stupid study to get press, this is how it’s done, friends. Specific, funny, ridiculous. What ink-stained wretches like myself might call ‘a good watercooler story’.

"Mandy", a journalist on Xojane.com, describing a Think Inc study for Badoo.com: http://www.xojane.com/entertainment/j-names-more-sexy

This is the Holy Grail: what everyone’s looking for; the sort of PR that drives traffic and spreads around the web.

A top PR executive at Yahoo! [not our client] on viewing Think Inc's work