What We Do at #TeamBC

February 6, 2019

We are the caretakers, the backbone, and the reliable source for your social media platforms. Why is it that only big brands get to have the resources they need to really tackle and grow on social media? Why can’t small and medium-sized companies also have a partner to help tackle their social media pages in a way that sets them apart? Why not?

Highlight Work from the Last Two Weeks – Printron & Eagle Performance Plastics

February 1, 2019

Our team members know how to problem solve and think quickly in order to tell our client’s stories effectively and enhance their social medoa presence.

Highlight Work from the Last Two Weeks – Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra & Goodwill NCW

January 3, 2019

What does the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra and Goodwill NCW have in common? People have misconceptions about their brand, and social media allows them to be authentic and show what they stand for.

Here’s The Benefits of Using Facebook Live For Your Business

December 21, 2018

Have you ever thought about going live on your Facebook business profile? Live video on Facebook provides absolutely unique content for your audience, and research from showed that 81% of internet users watched more live streaming content in 2016 than the year prior.

Highlight Work from the Last Two Weeks – Valley Cooperative Association & Appletown Downtown, Inc.

December 5, 2018

Two client projects that we were particularly proud of our team members for recently was a video for Valley Cooperative Association about Cranky Al’s Bakery, and a video for Appletown Downtown for Small Business Saturday.

Are You Documenting And Creating Content?

November 29, 2018

For any business to be successful with marketing, consistency is key. As it relates to social media, posting 3-5 times per week for the average small business is ideal. Ultimately, the frequency of posting means nothing unless your content is authentic, creative, original and visual.

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