Raleigh-Based Marketing Public Relations Firm Retains Key Clients in the Carolinas

By Katie Parker | August 12, 2019

Raleigh, N.C.: August 12, 2019 –McKeeman Communications, a Raleigh-based integrated public relations agency with additional offices in Charlotte, N.C. and Nashville, Tenn., is delighted to announce the renewal of three valuable client partnerships. They include two McDonald’s local franchisee organizations –Shugart Enterprises, Inc. and Superior QSR — as well as Messer Construction. “We take pride in […]

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Meet our newest McKeeman Maven, alysa brandt

By McKeeman Admin | August 7, 2019

McKeeman Communications is pleased to introduce Alysa Brandt as the newest addition to the agency’s account services team as senior account executive. In this role, Alysa will be primarily responsible for supporting the agency in Charlotte, N.C., focusing on client partnerships through marketing efforts and strategy, social media management and public relations. “Alysa is results […]

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3 Things you Need To Know About Social Advertising

By Kim McKeeman | July 15, 2019

Advertising on social media can feel like stumbling around in the dark.   Where do you even begin?  How much budget is enough? (spoiler alert – it’s not your traditional ad spend) How can you ensure your ads are being seen by the right people?    Clients and colleagues alike are asking us these questions […]

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NC and TN-Based McKeeman Communications Announces Leadership Team Promotions

By McKeeman Admin | June 11, 2019

On the Cusp of Celebrating its 25th Year in Business, Integrated Marketing PR Agency Elevates Talent to Manage Continued Growth June 7, 2019, Raleigh, NC —McKeeman Communications is delighted to announce two well-deserved promotions of the agency’s senior staff.  Caroline Schmid, a highly-valued 8-year team member with McKeeman, has been promoted to vice president of […]

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3 Reasons You Need to Ask Your Customers for Reviews

By Kim McKeeman | March 29, 2019

Remember when marketing meant spending almost all of your annual budget on TV campaigns, radio spots, billboards and, gasp, even newspaper ads? Fast forward to now. While “traditional paid media” remains important, what really brings people through the door is how they feel about a brand or product. From Harvard Business Review to Psychology Today, […]

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