Overdue and Overworked

By July 19, 2013Netwave News

Wow, has it really been a month since our last post?  Fact is, we’ve been so darn busy on client marketing projects that we neglected an important part of our own marketing.

Since our last blog post:

We launched a new site for Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group (OCLTRG) an important source for everyone still recovering from Sandy. No sappy slogan and celebrity endorsements here, just a solid information source for people to find assistance and lend assistance.

Speaking of lending assistance, we also completed a set of detailed web and marketing recommendations for The FoodBank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties and ARC of Monmouth County, two wonderful organizations helping our community.

This Saturday, we’re whacking tennis balls to benefit Rally for the Cure at the Toms River Country Club.  We’re sponsoring a court to help raise funds to fight breast cancer—something we take pride in doing as a company every year at the Making Strides walk in October.

Oh yeah, we also launched a new website for the country club and introduced a free trial program. Check out the site and give the club a try.  They have a wonderful setting and wonderful people.

We just kicked off two new sites for the Lobster Shantys in Florida: Vero Beach & Cocoa Beach.  In addition, we recently worked on these sites:

Gill & Chamas – launched 2nd website
Gill & Chamas – navigation update on main website
Sunset Ballroom – updated logo

Delicious Orchards is getting ready for their popular annual AppleFest in September.  We just designed the poster for it and submitted it to one of the Graphic Design USA contests.  Last year’s design netted us a Davey Award for outstanding advertising.

We’ve also launched a new campaign for Manasquan Savings Bank that includes two commercials, billboards and more.

Summer is such a busy social media time for us. Our restaurant clients are in full swing and our bank’s are heavily involved in community events. We’ve been planning, promoting, managing and monitoring at all hours.

So besides all the photo shoots, video shoots, meetings and time at the computer, what’s next? We have six new projects on deck and in the planner before the end of July. Oh and we have a little something for you! We’ll be teaching you how to tell your story more effectively, without the Power Point. Stay tuned!