spend time running your business, we'll do the rest.
Think Social is a collection of talented young marketers, dedicated to making your business stand out in the complex digital world. Founded in 2011 by Harris Decker, Dave Hitchings and Lisa Kolker Brocato, the team is eager to bring their fresh approach to social media, website design and marketing to your storefronts, online communities and brands.
Whole Soul is a brand built around a strong willed psychologist and her vision for a line of products surrounding spirituality and wholeness. Originally brought into the project after a website was ready to launch, our strategy quickly shifted into a full on Facebook campaign, building the entire brand around a fan page with community management becoming increasingly important.
Pepe's Pizza had a unique opportunity. A widely successful and beloved brand in Connecticut, the name had very little in the way of an online presence. Seven Facebook Pages and a pair of Twitter accounts later, Pepe's Pizza is now synonymous with both great pizza and awesome social media.
Premier Concerts was a brand that had a huge amount of support from the community, but was having trouble reaching a younger demographic. With our help, they have turned their online presence around, creating an interactive Facebook environment, complete with artist interviews, live concert updates and fun contests.
Eye Designs of Westchester was in need a huge face lift. With a website that was almost a decade old, it was time for some fresh young looking lines and a focus on customer interaction. With this in mind, we took a cue from the original design, creating a landing page that serves to show off some of the latest styles, while giving visitors plenty of information (towards the bottom). The site has been a huge success and was built on a platform that will allow employees of the store to update things quickly and easy.
The Truth About Music was a transition project for Think Social. Originally located on a template blog platform, Think Social moved the site into a brand new home, handling the entire process. Once it was up and running, we handled the promotion of the site through Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
For ASCAP, we delivered a unique solution. While their audience was already in place, we helped them in content creation surrounding a 1,000+ attendee event in Los Angeles. We were put in charge of creating over 300 Tweets, many written in advance, while answering live questions and relaying information about the event through a variety of social media channels.