The massive growth of social media in recent years is both a gift and a curse. On one hand, sites like Twitter and Facebook give everyone a chance to contribute to the online conversation.
In the political space, success is nearly always measured in wins and losses. At CRAFT | Media/Digital, however, we also know we’re succeeding when industry peers recognize our work.
Vine – You’ve heard about it. You’ve seen your friends use it. But what exactly is it? Vine is a new social media app that allows users to share 6-second loopable videos. Think of it as Twitter with video. It’s a new way for people to communicate and share experiences with each other. It’s also [READ MORE]
Infographics are everywhere nowadays. Explaining everything from if you should work for free to the relative value of one billion dollars. Communicating complex information in a visually appealing way is the ultimate goal of every infographic. Unfortunately, infographics can be confusing, hard to read, or lack valuable unique information. Here are 5 questions to consider [READ MORE]
Every frame, every element. Every detail in an ad builds upon the next to create a moving image that sings, inspires and drives action. CRAFT’s team of copywriters, producers, editors and creative technologists exists to push the limits of media production by mastering these details. We speak the language of Adobe Premiere and After Effects, [READ MORE]
Search engines such as Google have become increasingly sophisticated. From Panda to Penguin it’s important to keep up with Google’s latest algorithm strategy. That’s why we’ve CRAFTed an infographic that highlights some SEO tricks. After all, why write an article if it’s not going to be seen?
Since its launch, Google+ has struggled to compete with Twitter and Facebook as a social media platform. Nevertheless, the live Google+ hangout feature has incredible potential for growth, and many public figures are already taking notice.
Business Insider recently released THE DIGITAL 50: The 50 Hottest People In Online Politics, and CRAFT Partner, Matthew Dybwad, made the cut. In the feature, Dybwad cites the success CRAFT brought to the Mia Love campaign this past cycle: “The big takeaway from that race was that it was a great way for us to…
First it was planking. Then it was about going Gangnam Style. Next it was Marco Rubio’s Poland Springs/Watergate fail. Now it’s the Harlem Shake.
Since its inception, political communication has revolved around one key question: How do I get my message out to the largest number of people possible? There is hardly consensus as to what the first piece of political communication technology looked like, but one thing is certain: It was simple.