Nothing speaks louder than hard – and successful – work. Over the last couple of decades, we have collectively helped launch a national portrait competition, reinvented communications for local and national animal welfare organizations, brought multicultural audiences much-needed healthcare information and hope for a better life, breathed fresh life into company websites, and given the country’s first media monitoring and measurement service a 21st century dimension.
Our experience spans several industries in the for- and non-profit areas, including:
Arts & entertainment
SaaS companies and products
Animal welfare & services
Domestic and international governments
Social justice issues
Advocacy & education
Start-ups & technology
Public relations and marketing firms
Are we always successful? Of course not (and anyone who tells you they have a 100% success rate is lying).
When we have not been successful, it’s usually because of one of the following: the client really doesn’t know why it’s trying to do whatever it is in the first place (and won’t let us figure it out for/with them); there are internal challenges that have absolutely nothing to do with PR; the client has lion-sized dreams but kitten-sized budgets; or the client thinks it wants digital PR, but really wants spray-and-pray outreach.
But so far, at least, most of the time we have been … and that’s when clients have treated us as partners towards a mutually defined and agreed-to goal.
Maybe you’re our next case study. If you like what you see, please, call us.