At Identity, we believe great marketing has the power to change the course of history. Great work is not just an expectation. It’s our business model. We live it and breathe it daily. You can check out some of our great work and case studies on our website. This case study post is part of a continuing series in which we provide additional commentary from the case studies featured on our site.
Shannon Paul, vice president and social media strategist at Fifth Third Bank, reached out to me to share this new social campaign she was managing for her company. I thought it was very creative, so I asked her to guest blog to share more about how this campaign went from an idea to execution
Many industries like law, finance and automotive dealers have companies that provide industry-specific website solutions to small businesses that need an online presence, but do not have the financial resources, human capital or technical knowledge to create a custom website upon a new business venture.
How to use social media to land a job is a topic that never seems to lose interest among job seekers…especially those who are looking for a job doing social/digital work. The most natural starting point is LinkedIn because it’s the dominant network that caters to professionals and job seekers. But, you’re doing a disservice to yourself if you just focus on LinkedIn. Companies are everywhere online, from blogs, to Instagram to Vine.
This month, one of Identity’s largest clients made a huge leap forward in regards to their social media program. With a few keystrokes, they granted their employees access to social media at work for the first time. Now, more than 13,000 of their team members can post on Facebook, browse Pinterest and comment on LinkedIn groups right from their work computers.
Just like anything else in our society that “trends”, there is usually a rise and fall that comes along with it. We live in a society where ideas come and go, but only the best stick.
While a trend may be quite appealing at the current time, it’s important to know when and where to utilize it. Trends that attract a ton of attention in 2014 may be viewed as less than great a few years from now. Utilizing design trends in conjunction with your company’s current branding is a great way to stay up to date and add extra impact to your company’s advertising or marketing materials, but you must be careful not to actually change the brand, which can bring about unexpected consequences.