Promotional Marketing: Case Study
To promote the opening of a new arcade and restaurant in Tampa, for GameTime,
kantspelle marketing developed a one-day special event, offering free video game play to all customers.
Email Marketing: Design Samples
A collection of emails designed for various brands.
Emails are designed using Constant Contact, MailChimp, iContact, and html. Includes drip campaigns, newsletters and promotional messages
The History of BecauseYouGoogledMe
This is what started it all.
The entire concept of BecauseYouGooogledMe started with this resume design. Overall the resume received mixed reviews.
The idea was to illustrate a more complete example of the work I can & have do using this unique resume design. Enjoy!
What is Digital Marketing? Infographic
What is digital marketing? How do all the pieces fit together? And what skillset(s) lead to digital marketing success?
Copywriting: Blogs & Web Copy
Blog samples written for businesses & brands, across multiple industries.
All blogs written with organic keyword implementation, sourcing, original graphic design, page optimization & lead nurturing.
Digital Marketing Plan: Interior Design Company
Developed, then implemented, 6-month digital marketing campaign, including:
- Creating social media pages.
- Posting daily social media content.
- Designing graphics and writing blogs.
- Writing SEO web copy for landing pages.
Social Media: Brand-Building & Promotion
More things to see & discover here. Check out all the brands, accounts & sites managed by kantspelle marketing.
Graphic Design & Creative Direction
In November 2013, kantspelle marketing developed a one-day promotional event, to promote the opening of a brand new GameTime location in Tampa.
A collection of graphics, logos, banners, posters, flyers, mailers & other collateral, was designed by the kantspelle marketing team.
Here are some of the final designs.
Quick Content Marketing Story: Online Media
Once upon a time, kantspelle marketing worked with GameTime, a chain of arcades across Florida.
GameTime needed a YouTube page, QUICKLY!! But they had no videos - none!
So here's the story of what kantspelle marketing did.