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Ponies, Princesses, and Personal Branding
Recently, a client’s two-day meeting coincided with a weekend convention where people who adore the My Little Pony franchise gathered to share their love for tiny, magical horses – TrotCon. The lobby was filled with people who dressed up like video game princesses, strolled around with giant My Little Pony figurines, and some, even dressed like them. However, amidst all the costumes and excitement, there was a true embrace of individuality. Branding is quite simply that: embracing Read more:
How Does Content Marketing Relate to Social Media?
Do you wonder what type of content you should be posting on social media? When you post, is the content you are posting relevant or helpful to your audience? Different social media channels serve very different purposes, so your choice of content can and will vary. The "80/20 rule" is a great starting point. 80% of the time, posts should be about something that is helpful or useful to your audience, such as tips and tricks specific to your industry. The other 20% can be used for true Read more:
A good story has the ability to make you think, make you feel and eventually, lets you make a decision. But, today’s world is being driven by “likes”, “retweets” and content limited to 140 characters. Even with those limitations, content remains the key to getting the attention you, your brand and your company deserve. Content is another word for storytelling. Stories attract and retain attention because they tell us about moments, ideas and movements in a creative, subliminal way. Many Read more:
O'Neill Communications to Present Leadership Session at Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA (June 27, 2017) – O’Neill Communications’ Vice President Devika Rao will present a leadership session on building personal brands to the Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF) for Young African Leaders at the International Center for Public Policy at Georgia State University (GSU) on July 5, 2017. The workshop will concentrate on building an online and social media brand while creating and providing valuable content to end-users. The fellows of the Young African leaders Initiative Read more:
O’Neill Communications Recognized for North Carolina Public Health Ad Campaign
December 6, 2016 (Atlanta, GA) –O’Neill Communications was recognized by the 2016 International Film and Video Festival and the 37th annual Telly Awards for its North Carolina Division of Public Health’s “Diabetes and Heart Disease Prevention” public service announcement (PSA) broadcast campaign. O’Neill Communications received second place in the Silver Screen Awards for Corporate Public Service Announcements and the Bronze Telly Award in the Regional Market – Public Service category. The Read more:
O’Neill Wins National Award for Web and Content Development
Atlanta, GA (September 21, 2016) - O’Neill Communications received the 2016 WebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Web Development for its work on the website for the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities (NCCDD). The award is one of many given by the Web Marketing Association each year. O’Neill was tasked to develop a site providing critical public policy and program information to members of the intellectual and other developmental disabilities (I/DD) community and the general Read more:
O’Neill Nationally Recognized for Web and Content Design and Development
The team here at O’Neill Communications is excited to annouce that the firm has been nationally recognized for its work in web and content development! We are proud of our team and equally thrilled for our clients who allow us to tell their brand story through digital and traditional communication channels. 2016 Web Marketing Association WebAwardOutstanding Achievement in Web Development North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities O’Neill was tasked to develop a site providing Read more:
O’Neill Communications’ President and CEO Hosts Marketing Roundtable for Atlanta Entrepreneurs
Atlanta, GA (Jan. 12, 2016) – Gordon O’Neill, president and CEO of O’Neill Communications, will host a marketing roundtable at TiE Atlanta’s monthly meeting on Jan. 13, 2016 at the Sheraton Atlanta Perimeter North Hotel. TiE Atlanta is a nonprofit organization devoted to fostering entrepreneurship and creating wealth for both the entrepreneur and the communities in which they thrive. At the roundtable, Mr. O’Neill will discuss brand management and messaging strategies for entrepreneurs and Read more:
O’Neill Produces Statewide Public Health Campaign
This fall, O’Neill Communications created, produced and delivered one of the firm’s biggest and best multimedia projects of the year. Tasked with addressing and encouraging various target markets across the State of North Carolin to take preventative action on a chronic disease, the firm created television commercials, radio, print and digital ads for the North Carolina Department of Public Health. The firm, along with executive producer Thom Gonyeau, produced ads in both English and Spanish Read more:
If, at any point during this summer, you dumped ice water over your head, you were one of the many that took part in a viral campaign that not only raised over $100 million for ALS, but was a national campaign that went local. Local, or hyper local, movements are possible with the quickest tool at your fingertips (or thumbs): social media. As the 21st century’s “word of mouth” platform, people are looking to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to learn what interests their peers and core groups. Read more:
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