Lately, we’ve been improving some websites for companies and have noticed some bad patterns.
This is not a complete list of website blunders, but hits the top barriers. People have a lot of angst about websites, but these fixes can be easy, quick and take your website from “meh” to “yeah!”
It’s Small Business Week April 30-May 6. In my opinion, every week should be small business week since we employ almost 53% of Oklahomans.
Over the 18-year history of Anglin PR, we’ve worked with a lot of small businesses—hundreds. When it comes to marketing, we’ve noticed missed opportunities – things that bigger businesses have figured out along the way—that any small business can, and should, do now.
With today’s technology tools, small businesses can compete with big businesses to reach potential customers, develop more personal relationships and increase sales.
For a public relations practioner, storytelling is in our DNA. If we are not putting it down on paper or posting it online, it is a safe assumption we are busy crafting a story in our heads. It is a perk when we can use our craft to shine the spotlight on someone making a difference in our community.
I recently attended Confluence Conference 2016, which is a two-day digital marketing conference in Oklahoma City. At the very core of Confluence is relationship building. The conference has always promoted local networking and building a better community for digital marketers in Oklahoma. Here are some other most important takeaways the conference gave its’ attendees this year.
Lately, work around the Anglin PR office has included a lot of media relations. We coordinated interviews that spanned international time zones, played the role of field reporter and even introduced a national celebrity to genuine Oklahoma western wear. While we usually find our comfort in the controlled chaos of typical media relations, it’s important to remember the standard tactics still ring true.
It was Oklahoma’s wide open spaces and famous red dirt that inspired New York artist Orly Genger to envision her latest rope sculpture “Terra.” Now the artist is building her massive art in Oklahoma City on October 20 to be the first installation on the future home of the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center.
Made of 1.4 million feet of recycled lobster-fishing rope, and painted with 350 gallons of terra cotta-colored paint, “Terra” will weave its way through the center section of Campbell Park, located at NW 11th and Broadway. The installation opens Monday, October 20, 2014, and runs through October, 2015.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle isn’t a phrase you hear often when it comes to your marketing. After all, “fresh and new” make more money for marketing firms. Just being honest.
So what do you do with that brilliant video, ad or brochure you created (and probably spent a lot of money making)? Here are three easy ways to repurpose marketing content to make your budget go further