Upward Brand Interactions helped Upper Valley JVS in Piqua, Ohio, create a youthful, trendy and energetic microsite, Pursuit, to allow students to share their individual stories about career tech education and student life.
Upward Brand Interactions partnered with Michael Bowers and the Ohio SBDC last week to present on a very pressing question for many small business owners: "Does Your Website Stink?" The creatively title session focused on helping businesses understand how to evaluate a website based on today's web realities.
Upward Brand Interactions Heads North, Launching Websites in Canada – Including French Language Site
Upward Brand Interactions recently launched a new website to serve audiences north of the border. No Mounties were harmed in the making of this website – we promise. Eh?
One component of your online success is the number and quality of calls you receive as a result of visits to your site. Call tracking is not new, but more and more savvy marketers are ensuring that these valuable metrics don't go unnoticed.
After launching IrishIsAnAttitude.com for the Dublin Convention and Visitor's Bureau, the team identified a key issue for the CVB audience: mobility. Visitors to the Dublin, Ohio area are on the go, ready to visit the zoo or the Dublin Irish Festival, try a few local restaurants and crash into a comfy bed at a nearby hotel. Quickly accessing content like phone numbers and info about special events or attractions is crucial.
Upward Brand Interactions just launched the new website for the Dayton Public Schools, serving the city of Dayton and the community with a modern, easily navigable and clearly branded site.
Champaign County, Ohio is small county located in rural Ohio, 35 miles outside of Columbus. In beginning the process of creating a website, multiple departments within the county were challenged with small budgets, limited technical expertise and multiple messages. We worked with each department to craft a program would pull together resources and create one unified brand presence, but allow flexibility for each department to customize their content.