As explained in our previous blog post, having a presence on social media matters. But we understand that coming up with a social media strategy for your company can be challenging. Not only are there multiple different platforms you can utilize, but there are also so many different methods for using them.
As a business owner, you want to make sure that you are getting the most exposure and reach, preferably with the least amount of hassle…
So, let us save you the time by offering you this social media strategy cheat sheet. 😉
As a company that recently rebranded, the process of branding feels fresh and familiar. Currently, some of our clients are also launching rebranded messaging and missions for 2020.
Although the results look straightforward and simple, the decisions required along the way can be overwhelming.
One area of branding that our clients have struggled with is color. For that reason, we’re taking a look at the recent announcement regarding Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year to explore what it might offer your brand.
Does Classic Blue capture the essence of your business? Does color really matter to your brand?
Shakespeare famously wondered, “What’s in a name?” and suggested that a rose would smell just as fragrant if we called it a milkweed. Well, maybe. Of course, you don’t realize how much really is in a name until you feel disconnected from it and decide you need to rebrand.
Cast Iron Content, as intended and at its best, represented iron-clad messaging, rock solid content, strong and clear communication on which to build your brand. At its less-than-best, it invited contact form inquiries like the following: “Yeah, I’m trying to find cast iron brake calipers for my Lincoln Town Car…”
For a company built “to structure your story,” we realized we needed to strengthen our own.
Monday marked Waypoint Writing’s first brand photography session. Although it would have been ideal to have the entire team on hand, the reality of time and distance meant that only three of us could physically attend to create some brand-specific content. We had two primary motivations for doing so. The first — our brand, just like all brands, needed an infusion of fresh, original content. The second — a quick brand photography session gave our team the chance to demonstrate one or two services that we can easily deliver to our clients. The bonus? It was fun!
Here are a few behind-the-scenes shots and impressions of our experience, which should provide you with some ideas for how our company might help better brand yours…