Greetings Social Denizens,
There has been a lot of activity around here of late, and we want to catch you guys up. As we have mentioned on our Facebook and Twitter accounts, Social Den is developing several new websites that all pay tribute to our overall love for Montana content.
From Montana happy hours and music, to Montana reviews and local editorials, Social Den is on a mission to help spread the good creative word.
Coupled with our ambitions to promote high quality content throughout Montana, we have been working with companies throughout the great state and beyond. It constantly amazes us that some businesses still haven’t grasped the importance and necessity of quality content in relation to its ability to garner new online visitors and potential clients.
The best thing about good content is its universality. Hence, the viral tendencies of creative engaging mediums.
Here is a list of our upcoming projects:
Full Launch of MThappyhour.com
Food Drive for Bozeman Food Bank (Late July)
Revamp of Social Den Website
Special Kickstarter Project
We are always available to help and consult with your business about the best steps you can take in order to capitalize on the opportunities fresh content creates. Contact us today to start a conversation, we’re friendly.
We were able to attend the Montana High Tech Business Alliance meet and greet last week. This alliance is a Montana member organization purposing to create more high tech jobs in the area. We were really impressed with the amount of Montana businesses that showed up to represent their ‘high tech’ companies, swapping business cards and expanding their networking community among like-minded entrepreneurs. From talent curation, to personal shipments, we learned a ton about other high-tech organizations, and were able to share and impart some of our knowledge as well.
On another note, we would like to give a ‘shout out’ to LeaAnne, one of the mainstays of Rocky Mountain Bank. Leanne managed to make us feel incredibly welcomed, and encouraged us to be ourselves among the crowd of very successful CEOs, and future leaders of Montana. Thank you for the personal tour of the upstairs as we sought to capture the event through a bird’s eye view.
If you haven’t yet heard of the Montana High Tech Business Alliance, we strongly encourage you to visit their website and learn more about the opportunities they present.
The next meeting will be held in Lewistown, Montana, on April 14th.
The difference between Creative Copywriting and Creative Content?
Creative copywriting is about gifting the world with the right kind of information–formulated through research, audience metrics, and product highlights–to give people a sound idea of who you are, and what you represent. It’s about using the written word to create a relationship with your target community, and they in turn use it to spread the word about you.
Creative content is about pushing the envelope on what content can look like, and striving to make a deep, meaningful connection with the world around you. Content is more than just a 300 word blog post or a 140 character tweet; it can be music, video clips, art, or video games, to name a few. It’s about connecting with your audience through social media and community venues, reminding them that beyond being a business, or a billboard, you are about making the immediate world you live in a better place.