PR Firm Profiles: Idea Grove Communications Agency

2015-08-25 by Jason Tannahill

Idea Grove Communications Agency


Idea Grove Communications AgencyResults from new candidates in Public Relations can mean great success stories shared by big names in the industry. The limitations of one phone line or too many emails are no longer obstacles when reputation matches what you offer your clients as a public relations agency.

PR is a game of building big exposure and acceptance by the public for a brand. When done right, the outcome can be amazing. The Branscom couple (Jeff and Kristen), of Idea Grove, are stepping into a comfort zone only reputable PR companies have in the industry.

A grand opening for this group occurred a year ago in mid-August 2015. Idea Grove is a marketing firm with a direct answer for getting a brand notoriety. “Throw the rule book out the window,” is Jeff Branscom’s motto. Jeff is the co-founder and oversees content strategy for the clients.

He’s a social media specialist who puts content development into every game plan. This developmental aspect works well with his partner’s expertise. Jeff’s co-founder, Kristin Branscom, is a graphic designer with award-winning acclaim for her specialty in media design.

From restoration companies to trade publications, Kristin has worked with various industry sectors and respected organizations. The Idea Grove agency wants to help brands gain awareness without spending too much cash on traditional outlets. It is a new world, and this firm embraces it.

Expect to get full-fledged PR with their integrated and modern practices for news releases, blogs, and graphic designs. It’s nothing short of ideal perfection. As for social media work, Idea Grove helps brands steer through a transformed access to exposure.

They compile visually attractive and effective work with graphic design services. Content marketing comes through many outlets for Idea Grove. They include infographics, blogs, videos, and social media. This firm organizes great PR campaigns that get people talking about their clients. It’s exactly what PR is meant to do.

Update: Article was correct for the appropriate spelling of Idea Grove. Thanks to Talent Zoo for pointing it out!

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