PR is changing, and we’re ahead of the curve. Our programs blend traditional and digital strategies to make sure you’re getting in front of your target audiences, wherever they are.
Traditional and digital, earned and paid. We understand the crossover of PR, bloggers, influencers, social media, events, and more.
You don’t always need a big launch to get press. We deliver creative, compelling story ideas the media can use on an ongoing basis.
Most of our clients don’t fit neatly into one category. We know how to deliver your message across multiple industries and audiences.
We’re candid and transparent about activity, plans, and goals, working with you to make sure your program actually lines up with expectations.
Our programs are designed to fit within your marketing mix, align with business goals, and most importantly...move the needle. Whether you need a focused PR effort, organic or paid social, or a fully integrated marketing program, here’s how we make the magic happen:
Good old-fashioned PR still goes a long way in boosting brand visibility and credibility. We deliver your story to key media covering lifestyle, tech, business, parenting, millennial, trades, and more.
From prominent YouTubers to mommy bloggers and more. We know how to navigate the ever-changing universe of micro and macro influencers and social media celebrities online.
Being successful on social media isn't as simple as it used to be. We leverage proven organic and paid strategies to engage audiences and amplify your brand across social platforms.
Establish your brand as a credible thought leader. Elevate your presence through regular contributed articles, expert commentary, speaking opportunities, events, and more.
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