December 15, 2016

Boosting Visibility by Capitalizing on a Local News Story – Case Study

The Situation CB&A’s client, a 3D printer manufacturer, was featured on a Wisconsin news station when a local teacher made…

Kelsea Kierstead
Reach your education conference marketing goals with social media.
April 21, 2016

Creating Social Media Affection on Valentine’s Day – Case Study

A client recently entered the education market with their new, industry-leading 3D printer, and CB&A was asked to come up with an out-of-the-box idea for Valentine’s Day to educate potential customers about the product. By creating an engaging video with unique content on and supporting it with a targeted advertising campaign, the CB&A digital team was able garner a large number of views, and build engagement with a cost-effective approach.

Danny Paulmeyer
April 11, 2016

Educating Local Communities on School Safety – Case Study

A client that develops and deploys visitor management systems for schools and districts aimed to educate members of a community about how the new system would work in their schools. The technology requires school visitors to present a photo ID that is scanned against a sex offender database. By raising awareness of the system through local media outreach, the client was able to communicate that the new safety measure was in place at community schools and show other districts the effectiveness of the program.

Lydia Jerabek
April 16, 2014

Driving Social Media Engagement With A Central Story – Case Study

Our client, an honor society for middle and high school students, sought to enhance visibility and increase membership among its target audience through a strong and engaging public relations effort. C. Blohm & Associates (CB&A) developed a comprehensive, multi-faceted campaign that focused on enhancing social media engagement among the organization and its members before, during and after the national tournament. This effective strategy added more than 1,200 Twitter followers and drew approximately 600 Facebook likes over the six-week campaign period.

Chris Swietlik