Fidelity Investments decided to partner with SheSpeaks’ influencer hub to spread the word about Women Talk Money, a financial education community, on Instagram.
Influencers Prove Successful for Women’s Finance CampaignJuly 18th, 2022 by Nicole Schuman
Case Study of Excellence: World Thrombosis DayOctober 22nd, 2021 by Emily Wenstrom
The 2022 Agency Elite Top 100 is here. The most innovative PR and communications firms in the business, we’re bringing you case studies from the best and brightest. Next up is Stanton Communications’ campaign for… Continued
Case Study of Excellence: Amazon’s Fire TV’s Black Friday Shopping ActiviationAugust 24th, 2021 by Priscila Martinez
The 2022 Agency Elite Top 100 is finally here. And, to give you a taste of the most innovative PR and communications firms in the business, we’re bringing you case studies from the best and brightest. First up is The Brand Agency’s L.A. campaign for Amazon Fire TV.
A Flight to Nowhere Proves It’s The Experience, Not the DestinationOctober 13th, 2020 by Seth Arenstein
It’s great when brands and organizations have purpose. On the other hand, a survey of your target audience might show that this moment calls for garden-variety fun, purpose be damned. Several aviation companies are earning revenue by pushing the experience of flying, not the destination. And one carrier boasts full aircraft though their tires never leave the tarmac.
How the Cranberry Went Social on FriendsgivingNovember 27th, 2019 by Seth Arenstein
As you prepare to sit down for Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving, chances are cranberries will be on the table in some form. For the Cranberry Marketing Committee (yes, there’s really a Cranberry Marketing Committee), the challenge was to ensure that cranberries got a seat at both tables and year-round, despite its heavy association as a holiday treat. The Committee chose to re-invent the cranberry. On social media.
Event Planner Mixes Smart Pitching, Personal Touch to Start Canadian Soccer Trade ShowJuly 1st, 2019 by Seth Arenstein
A soccer trade show sounds like a decent idea, but in Canada? Here’s how Rich Padulo took his idea from conception to reality. He shares what he learned along the way.
Outside-the-Vault Thinking: Capital One Engages Customers by Talking About Purposeful TravelMay 1st, 2019 by Seth Arenstein
We enjoy learning about brands using unusual communications methods. Capital One bank is well known for its “What’s in Your Wallet?” tagline and sponsorship of sporting events. One of the country’s leading issuer of credit cards, the bank leaves its cards home for its latest communication effort. Instead, it concentrates on conversations with customers about purposeful travel.
How Arizona Used Social Sunshine to Lift Up Winter-Weary New Yorkers and ChicagoansApril 1st, 2019 by Seth Arenstein
Previously, to raise awareness of its sunny surplus, Arizona deployed mostly traditional paid media: print advertising, television and radio, billboards. Then a PR firm urged it to spread the sunshine via social media. Targeting Chicago and NY residents who were tired of winter, Arizona has mounted a clever campaign whose main goal is to associate the state with happiness.
How a Medical Shipping Company Excited Its Employees and Customers About CSRMarch 1st, 2019 by Seth Arenstein
A case study about CSR illustrates the importance of communicating your CSR work both externally and internally.
How a Jail Built a Positive Story to Gain Media CoverageFebruary 7th, 2019 by Seth Arenstein
How can a brand or organization communicator generate positive media coverage when reporters gravitate toward bad stories? This case study offers an example of how a communications team at a jail overcame that issue. And the resulting story continues to generate additional positive coverage.