Talk Is Cheap: Fuel Lines’s Ad Agency Blog of the Month for December

26 agency blogs were submitted for Fuel Line’s Ad Agency Blog of the Mont for December. The blog, Talk is Cheap, Strategis, Stoughton, MA was selected by 66% of the votes. Second in the voting was L&S Unscripted, Lawrence & Schiller, Sioux Falls, SD.

strategis, as our name implies, is a strategically based marketing communications company, one prepared to creatively tackle any challenge a client puts forth. if your company, organization or brand is in need of smart, results-driven, media neutral, inventive, smart (did we say that already) ideas – you should probably contact us.

our agency has been at the forefront of the social media revolution. we assist our clients by starting one-on-one dialogs with their consumers, their customers via online tools such as social networking, search optimization, consumer generated content and online public relations. it’s smart to work with strategis – and our smarts make you look smart.

fyi: strategis also provides awesome strategic counsel • brand management •  market research •  account planning •  public relations •  event marketing •  advertising •  web development •  direct marketing •  media planning / buying •  creative development • results tracking /reporting• hr recruiting solutions and branding • diversity marketing

You can also follow Strategis on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter

Strategis’s blog will automatically be included in Fuel Line’s Ad Agency Blog of the Year.

Fuel Line’s Blog of the Month not only provides examples of agency blogs but it is an opportunity for agencies to showcase their blog and participation in social media, generating traffic and interest in their site.

How is your agency using a blog for your new business? Submit it for December’s blog of the month.

Ad agencies all need an integrated social media strategy if they are ever going to see the payoff from their participation in social media. An agency blog should be the central component. The place you can drive targeted online traffic through SEO, Twitter, email newsletters, Facebook and LinkedIn.

A blog becomes the “gateway” to your agency and the“face” of your agency. As important as it was to have an agency website, it is now equally important to have an agency blog.

But … having a blog isn’t something you check off your list of social media “to do list.” Nor is it a place to lead with agency capabilities and credentials. It must be of benefit to your audience.

Here is a collection of agency blogging resources:

About Michael Gass

Consultant | Trainer | Author | Speaker

Since 2007, he has been pioneering the use of social media, inbound and content marketing strategies specifically for agency new business.

He is the founder of Fuel Lines Business Development, LLC, a firm which provides business development training and consulting services to advertising, digital, media and PR agencies.

Comments

  1. Yes blog should be central place where all news about any group should be mentioned. If you company is own by a group then it is convenient to have blog of group. Blog and blog related activities should be very much central.

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