Digital PR

2012 Digital PR Awards: Most Engaged/Online Community

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CRT/tanaka hosted and sponsored stand-alone social media events to help frame DOCa Rioja as Spain’s most prominent wine region.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Facebook Communications 

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PepsiCo turned Tropicana’s Facebook page into a 100% Florida experience—all content focused on TPP’s Florida roots by highlighting growers, groves and oranges, Sunshine State facilities and history.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Cause Marketing/CSR

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A Pinterest presence and a special live event promoting in-home sustainability drove awareness around the Kleenex Cottonelle toilet paper brand.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Twitter Communications

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"Tweet-a-Beer" allowed virtual contacts  to come together, while creating awareness for Waggener Edstrom Worldwide.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Digital PR Campaign

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PBS used multiple social media platforms to drive buzz around season two of the popular show Downtown Abbey.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Online Newsroom

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ConranPR designed an online newsroom that provided journalists and bloggers with everything need to produce an effective story.

2012 Digital PR Awards: $100K – $200K

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The History Channel used all of the tools in the PR toolbox to promote the miniseries Hatfields & McCoys.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Most Engaged/Online Community

October 1st, 2012 by

CRT/tanaka hosted and sponsored stand-alone social media events to help frame DOCa Rioja as Spain’s most prominent wine region.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Facebook Communications 

October 1st, 2012 by

PepsiCo turned Tropicana’s Facebook page into a 100% Florida experience—all content focused on TPP’s Florida roots by highlighting growers, groves and oranges, Sunshine State facilities and history.

2012 Digital PR Awards: Blogger

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Henson Consulting used its greatest asset, the talent and diversity of its staff, to create a blog that doubled site traffic and increased time spent on the site by an astounding 152%.