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We had a great time creating possibly our most original marketing piece – a bobblehead for Sid Kaminsky of the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau! The purpose is to act as a leave-behind for Sid when he does his rounds to prospective tourism clients. Sid’s gregariousness and old school ingenuous personality inevitably means that he leaves a .. Read On »

Wesley Ker-Fox was fortunate enough to deliver a talk about the new Facebook for Business at the Greater Columbus Georgia Chamber of Commerce Eyeopener Breakfast. WLTZ NBC38 was there to cover it.     Here is another blog of ours that covers the changes in more depth: New Facebook Timeline

Let’s talk George Washington Hill. Back in 1922, he paid British Royal Air Force Captain Cyril Turner to pilot a plane over New York City and spell out “HELLO USA CALL VANDERBILT 7200” in fuel exhaust. When the smoke cleared, some 47,000 people dialed the number. Turns out, Hill was in the hotel room waiting .. Read On »

Yes, you need a website. Let’s face it, more and more of our daily business and entertainment is taking place on the Internet, and it has never been more imperative to set up a stylish, sleek and smart stall in the global marketplace. Whether you opt for a simple landing-page-with-blog combo or go for the .. Read On »

When we crafted the 2011 NCAA Rifle Championship Facebook page as a hub for visitors to the Columbus area, essentially linking the interests of Columbus State University, the Columbus Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the NCAA itself, we had a hunch we were onto something with this whole Social Media 2.0 revolution.   When, in .. Read On »

When the NCAA started scouting potential locations to host their second annual Rifle Championship, our client Columbus State University threw their cap in the ring and put a bid in. Their bid was accepted. The 2011 NCAA Rifle Championship was coming to Columbus. Now, this isn’t even in the same ballpark as the World Cup .. Read On »