The Shout Brigade Joins the Social Media Game


Those who want to “engage, connect and conquer” should consider the Shout Brigade, a recently launched social media marketing and web design company based in Washington, DC. The noisy fellows just joined the social media game, but they are no beginners. The people behind the business are creative marketing professionals whose backgrounds form the perfect complement for delivering progressive, 360 marketing solutions.

Founder Rob Pruzinsky was a legal research writer for Blumenthal, Delavan & Williams, P.A. in the past, then executive director at Digby Rose Letterpress Design, before finally founding the Shout Brigade. Kat Downend worked for ad agencies including TracyLocke/DDB Needham as the Creative Director, Senior Copywriter and Concept Director on Pepsi, Nokia and other global brands. And finally, Cary Scott is a multi-talent, with expertise in web design, SEO and social media marketing.

They just launched and they are already busy, working for Rob Pruzinsky’s former employer Digby & Rose, and other clients, including The Ley Group and Vienna Health Improvement Clinic.

Entrepreneur Brandon Webb noted that the digital world continues to grow, and expand radically and rapidly.

And if the name of the company is a tad too noisy for you, there is an explanation:

“Shout Brigade’s name says it all. Your company or brand is in a battle to be heard above the clutter. We show our clients how to engage and connect with consumers and ultimately conquer the competition with the full impact of social media and web development. What we do is part art, yet very much a science. Today, even sophisticated marketers are struggling with how to activate “social media” within the realm of traditional strategies. It’s more than Facebook or “tweeting”. We create websites that are beautifully designed, on equity for your brand, and act as your company’s most industrious sales maker, 24/7/365.”

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