Case Study - University
The university was looking to increase its number of applications for the 2018/2019 school year.
Case Study - Utility Company
The utility company wanted to run a Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaign to inform individuals they were working in their neighborhood.
Case Study - Hospital
The client’s goal was to raise awareness for their educational offerings, increase the number of patients for new medical programs, and attract new patients for primary care visits.
Case Study – Resort Festival
Case Study - Law Firm
The goal of this campaign was to target wealthy individuals who may be considering a divorce. In addition, the campaign was designed to reach people who needed Estate Planning, Will & Testament and legal asset protection.
Case Study – Home Healthcare Provider
Case Study – Convention
The convention and visitors bureau wanted to increase awareness among their target audience of event planners.
Case Study - Non Profit
A non profit organization sought to raise awareness about the harmful health effects of drinking soda via a programmatic video advertising campaign.
Case Study - Eye Care Provider
An eye care provider needed help promoting a discount offer for glasses and contacts via a programmatic advertising campaign.
Case Study - Communications Provider
This communications provider had been seeing great success in the business to consumer market, but needed help breaking into the B2B market.
Case Study - Law Office
Despite having an excellent reputation, as well as great repeat and referral clients, increased competition in made acquiring new clients more of a challenge than it had been in recent years.
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