1. Project School Zone – Facebook

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    Establishing a Facebook presence was an essential component of our work with Project School Zone. Designed to reach school administrators and marketing staff, the Facebook page achieved its target exposure and engagement goals in its 2 quarter initial strategy.
  2. Lutheran Indian Ministries – Twitter

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    A very newly launched, branded Twitter presence allows LIM to engage conversations with a larger audience concerned with themes and topics germane to Native American culture, ministry, and service. The strategy is focused on expanding LIM exposure and positioning their expertise.
  3. Lutheran Indian Ministries – Facebook

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    LIM needed to increase donor and volunteer awareness of its efforts. Facebook provided a key means to do this. Our strategy has led to an average virality rate of 5-7%, with consistent engagement topping 15% on average, which will allow LIM to involve donors in fresh ways.
  4. Christian Friends of New Americans – Facebook

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    CFNA needed a consistent, lively way to connect with the volunteers needed to accomplish its urban ministry. Starting small, the branded Facebook presence (along with the total brand overhaul) provides a sense of what is happening with the organization, which leads to an increased openness to getting involved.
  5. Living the Gospel Life – Facebook

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    The LGL Facebook page with its compelling graphic appeal is an extension of the print magazine. The goal is to connect readers and supplement their daily experience with simple, easy to read and appreciate content that keeps their engagement going. Content averages 3-5% virality on average.
  6. Living the Gospel Life – Twitter

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    The simple purpose of the LGL Twitter presence is to expand the reach of the product among like-minded Twitter users across the Lutheran and Christian Church at large. Purely conversational in its first year, the strategy to promote product will pick-up in late 2012.
  7. Hope-Full Living – Facebook

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    This extension of the magazine product that targets older Christian adults is a small seed that will grow. With more than 46% of Facebook users over the age of 45, establishing a community for Hope-Full Living readers on FB is a natural way to connect readers and grow their loyalty.
  8. Hope-Full Living Website

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    Launched in 2012, the Hope-Full Living daily devotional magazine for older adults required a unique website that was clear, easy to use, and simply designed for our target demographic. Rich with testimonials, useful articles, and content the site has been a fantastic first point of entry for subscriber conversion.
  9. MidWest US-China Association Website

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    Designed for a very select audience, the MWCA website evokes an East Meets West design flavor. Graphic designer, Michael Blackford joined our team for content and creative development, and our friends at Inspirmedia Ministry built the custom CMS, blocking social media so that the site displays well in China.
  10. Rolling Meadows Vineyard & Winery

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    A simple, easy to produce and maintain site solution for Rolling Meadows Vineyard has launched visits and engagement exponentially. The site was built using iWeb (for cost purposes) and works well to fit the client’s budget while shaping and sharing their personal, family vineyard story.