Marketing & PR Blog

Thanks for helping us Be The Good

As we reflect on this past year, thankful feels like an understatement. At REED, we are thankful for our supportive team that challenges and encourages each other to grow every day. We are thankful for our clients, who trust us to grow their brands on a local, regional and national level. And we are especially thankful that because of these clients, we can make…
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Customer loyalty – How to say thank you the right way

By: Lauren Reed It’s November. This is the time of year we all focus on giving thanks. It might be the only month that my gratitude journal gets opened and actually written in every single day. (I’m working on it, OK? Maybe 2020 will be my year for daily gratitude journaling.) This is also the…
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Instagram changes: Do you like me?

This weekend, Instagram’s CEO Adam Mosseri let us in on some game-changing news that we wanted to share.  Beginning in April 2019, Instagram has been testing hiding like counts from followers in seven different countries. On Friday, Mosseri announced the same rollout would be tested in some parts of the U.S. this week. The goal of this potential…
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Cause marketing: time to win over the consumer

Especially millennials with our “trust issues.” What is cause marketing, you ask? It’s the pair of shoes you bought because the brand guarantees a pair will then be donated to a child in need. It’s the hat you purchased because you liked that the brand advocates for nature conservation. It’s the pink cookie you bought…
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Huntsville Business Journal article about AC Hotel Huntsville

First AC Hotels by Marriott® in Alabama Opens in Huntsville

Yedla Management Company approached REED Public Relations to help promote their newest hotel, the AC Hotel Huntsville Downtown. This is the first AC Hotels by Marriott® to open in Alabama. Not only was this an excellent opportunity for Yedla Management, but it was a huge announcement for the city of Huntsville. AC Hotel Huntsville Downtown is the…
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Does Your Marketing & PR Measure Up?

Hint: It’s not always that simple   Whether you’re a Marketing & PR Director or a CEO, you’ve probably pondered the question of measuring your team or your agency’s public relations and marketing efforts. While it would be so easy to Don Draper the whole thing, show a lift in sales, and dollar-for-dollar ad spend,…
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Social Media – What’s it Worth?

Play along with me. What if I told you that most of us spend more than two hours per day on one single activity. Would you classify that activity as important? Now I’m going to share that during the same couple of hours (142 minutes, to be exact), a brand can leave an impression, create…
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TedX Nashville 2019

TEDxNashville Exceeds Anticipated Ticket Sales in 2019

As TEDxNashville headed into its 10th year, their event team approached REED to assist with media relations and organic social media content creation for the event. With the number of Nashville’s ticketed events continuing to grow year over year, REED was tasked with helping to increase event attendance and raise awareness for the event, as…
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3 Keys to Successful Content Marketing

For something that is discussed so frequently in marketing and public relations, it sure is difficult to know what makes content any good. “Content” refers to the subject or ideas contained in something written, said, created or represented, and any marketer has probably had the saying “content is king” drilled into their heads. We all…
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Eva Schloss, Nashville - Photo Credit Rick Malkin

Community Relations: Eva Schloss Recounts Holocaust in Nashville

Chabad of Nashville had an exciting opportunity to bring Eva Schloss, Anne Frank’s childhood friend and stepsister, to Middle Tennessee for a speaking opportunity to share the unimaginable experience of living through the fear and panic that was the Holocaust. The event was an opportunity to raise awareness of the atrocities of genocide, persecution and hatred…
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