The Olympic games have brought on a great deal of attention but not because of the games or the athletes. Much of the opinions have been on the conditions throughout Rio. Now as the Olympics have officially begun, as more eyes and ears will be on the events, the question becomes…but how will these games be remembered? The answer to that may rely on social media.
Working with nonprofits has been both an uplifting experience and a fantastic challenge for Hudson Valley Graphic Design. Unlike businesses who drive on sales, nonprofits run business on a message and a mission. Different formulas of business means a different way to promote the business. Here are five social media benefits for nonprofit organizations to successfully spread their message.
How does a well known local establishment re-create their image and change their customer’s perception? Is it possible to go from being known and recognized as one thing, to being perceived as another. We say “yes”, and here’s how. (more…)
For the past eight years Hudson Valley Graphic Design has partnered with the not for profit organization Harry Chapin Memorial Run Against Hunger committee, to brand the race event and design the promotional graphics and t-shirts worn by participants on race day. People wonder how we come up with a new design each year. The answer is that our inspiration is endless. (more…)
If you missed part one of this Organic Marketing blog make sure to check it out HERE!
Social media is free to set up with the whole appeal being engagement. It is expected for a business to put money in for the initial growth. Maybe in the form of a boosted post, which from time to time can be a great bang for your buck. For local or regional businesses, the likelihood is you will begin to hit the same targets. The people who have already committed to following you deserve some thanks, all the while helping yourself. Say for instance you have 300 followers on Facebook, how can you use those followers to grow your business? (more…)