Let’s Make A Plan
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither are solid brands. It takes research, goal-setting, and consistently solid content to establish your organization as a trusted expert in your market.
These many moving pieces can seem daunting, but With It is here to help. We love developing strategies, big and small – we have the knowledge and resources to reach your goals, audiences, and market niche.
Whether you’re looking for a short-term social media campaign or a long-term rebranding, we’ll draw up a solid action plan and be your guide. And it doesn’t end there – we’ll help you execute your new strategy!
Check out some samples of our work below to see how your business can benefit from strategy guidance.
Wardrobe for Opportunity is a Californian nonprofit which empowers low-income aspiring professionals across the Bay Area to launch and tailor their careers. With It created this brand messaging guide to communicate the organization’s new direction and goals to its three main audiences.
Jimbere Fund is a nonprofit aimed to alleviate the poverty in rural villages in Congo via training and investing in women-owned businesses. This focus on empowering women required a major shift in the organization’s messaging, especially for its web content. With It developed new brand messaging and web strategies to outlined this new story for the organization’s communications.
The Science of Charisma is a series of keynotes and workbooks that leverages a company’s story, brand, and messaging to create a consistent customer experience across every interaction, fostering enthusiastic audiences. With It planned a complete website redesign to coincide with the launch of the third workbook in the series, in addition to a six-month-long social media campaign targeting local businesses.
Butler University Marketing & Communications sought to create a new campaign to connect prospective, current, and past students with the message that Butler is a dream school. These plans outline a strategy to reach each of these audiences as well as specific tactics to garner engagement.
The Desmond Tutu Center, an Indianapolis-based nonprofit promoting global activism and peace, needed a plan to better reach local college students to engage them in conferences, seminars, and other upcoming events. These strategies outline a promotional plan for Peace Week, a five-day event featuring speakers, and a search campaign to increase applications for the Center’s fellowship programs. Samples of research materials are also included.
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