Use Cases

The second-largest Thanksgiving Day Parade in the U.S. needed a new website to show off what an amazing experience the parade is every year. Read on. >

GoDaddy needed to change not only a national Super Bowl ad but also all the supporting creative elements within 48 hours prior broadcast. Read on. >

Building Tomorrow started a campaign called “Uneducate Yourself” and needed help developing & executing a paid distribution plan. Read on. >

BerylHealth needed assistance with the complexity of a rebranding effort. Their content marketing needs presented specialized problems. Read on. >

Raidious managed distribution of Ernest’s most recent video in the Carboard Chaos series, featuring a cardboard Fender Stratocaster. Read on. >

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices REALTORS are interested in supporting the main brand and establishing rapport with potential clients. Read on. >

Schlage laid down high expectations for KPIs, which included 100,000 combined video views, to be received within 45 days. Read on. >

For its first annual Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge tournament, Bass Pro Shops had several content-related issues to solve. Read on. >

Indiana University Health identified a need for improved monitoring of the many conversations taking place on its 19 social channels. Read on. >

Finish Line needed to further position itself as the leading athletic retailer, as well as increase web traffic and online sales. Read on. >

Walmart Corporate Affairs wanted to improve reputation by mixing real-time awareness and response to increase reach & engagement. Read on. >

The marketing team from the Individual Services line of business at OneAmerica were tasked with an unprecedented responsibility. Read on. >

Without anyone in a dedicated content development or social media role, Riddell struggled to consistently publish content. Read on. >

Indiana University Health needed to create high-performing content that adhered to industry regulations for its primary social channels. Read on. >

USA Football had a small, internal team that was stretched thin without the bandwidth to produce enough content on a consistent basis. Read on. >

The Kansas City Royals didn’t know what conversations were taking place online surrounding the team throughout the season. Read on. >