What we do.
Quite simply, we tell our clients’ stories. We tell these stories where they need to be told, and to the best possible targets. Sometimes we tell them with news releases. Sometimes we use Twitter. We pitch reporters and editors and we help our clients with their blogs. We build websites and make sure those websites show up in the right online searches to tell our clients’ stories and get them found by their customers. In the end, our job is to tell your story where, when and with the right tools to improve your business.
How we do it.
We believe truly effective communication is part art and part science. Too much of either is like a kindergartner on a see-saw with the starting high school linebacker — it just doesn’t work. We bring all the elements together — the words, the code, the analysis and the look and feel. The right tools perfectly balanced deliver the results our clients expect. Let us prove it.
Why we love it.
If you’re really good at something, it gets in your blood. That’s how we approach the work we do for our clients. We all have AP Stylebooks, and our news releases show it. We send emails at midnight and Tweet at 5 a.m. Among us, we’ve got lots of Foursquare mayorships. Reporters call us for ideas. We watch tech podcasts and American Idol. We get excited about Google updates, new Macs and Facebook privacy changes. Best of all, we get excited when we help our clients navigate these waters and grow their businesses.