We’re loosening the reins on our agency Instagram account and passing the login credentials along to a different team member for an entire week. First up is our VP of Strategic Communications, Sarah Grazier. At Calypso, Sarah directs agency PR and media outreach, and also leads the PR team in overseeing strategic guidance, social media management, crisis communications support, and proactive media relations for our clients.Read More ›››
In the last few years, the marketing landscape has completely transformed. Companies can’t scream for attention through ads, commercials, cold calls, and direct mail anymore; consumers have learned to tune these interruptive marketing tactics out. Nowadays, the digitally empowered customer self-educates before making a purchase decision. Basically, if they’re less than impressed by your website and can’t find what they’re looking for, chances are they’ll move on to the next (your competition).Read More ›››
At Calypso, we always ask, “Who’s your audience?”—whether we’re drafting client messaging or designing a logo for a rebranding effort. You’re never going to capture interest if you don’t know who you’re talking to and what they care about.Read More ›››
Name: Marc Checket
Title: Graphic Designer
You can find me uttering “Wait, wasn’t it just July 4th weekend?” as I reach for a cardigan just like the rest of you, but there’s a part of me that’s eager to tear August’s page from the calendar. Come mid September, I’ll be bustling down a Boston street on my way to meet up with more than 5,500 marketing and sales professionals all eager to attend #Inbound14.Read More ›››
Name: Tiffany Nelson
Title: Public Relations Manager
Content marketing has long been an accepted and important part of the brand marketing mix. Companies large and small routinely generate content geared to what their customers want to see.
Nearly every company we work with at Calypso seeks to expand its online presence via social media, with the goal of engaging a greater audience of clients and prospects.Read More ›››
I love summer. It’s the prize for enduring another winter in New England.
Warmer weather and leisurely beach days beg you to come up with a summer reading list. I’ve got three books cued up:Read More ›››