Math and science concepts can feel like evil adversaries to a teenager. (OK, most of us are intimidated by parabolas and oxidizers.) But at least for the 6th through 12th graders of the world, there’s Rose-Hulman’s AskRose. With this free tutoring service, knowledge is dispensed by some of the brightest engineering students in the country.
Another day, another social media update, amirite? Except this time, the change was pretty significant.
Just a few weeks ago, Instagram changed its newsfeed so users experience content based on an algorithmic feed, a la Facebook, instead of a chronological one. Now, the app will show you what it thinks you want to see first, even if the content is a few hours old.
When the power goes out in a storm, people check their smartphone’s battery life. They worry if their shows will be recorded. But as the outage continues, safety and family become top of mind. Fortunately, there’s a hero hard at work, taking the dark head(light) on.
Tucker wanted to motivate their sales associates with a monthly update of homebuying facts, figures and trends. We designed an eye-catching infographic with serious curb appeal.
As the majority of the country sets fire to their NCAA brackets, let’s think about how you can inspire people to hop on board your brandwagon.
No matter what your seeding is in the eyes of customers.
Indy’s beloved Triple-A franchise has seen its fair share of legends from Maris to McCutcheon. And what better way to kick off their 20th season at Victory Field than to celebrate the next crop of legends in the making.
Executing a media relations strategy is a lot like any new marketing campaign – it requires research, planning, execution and evaluation. Here are five things I’d tell anyone seeking the media relations expertise of Borshoff.