ThinkTech Hawaii is a local non-profit that produces up to thirty hours of high quality video content. Being dependent on donations and grants, it's pivotal to show proof their mission is being met. Together we came up with a long term plan to organically grow their online presence, increase engagement and activity, reach larger audiences, and to establish ThinkTech Hawaii as the leading media platform promoting civic engagement in Hawaii.
Hawaii artist, Winnie Wakatsuki came to us with the desire to increase exposure for her artwork as well as increase sales. Taking control of her established social media accounts, Etsy page, and store on her Website, we aggressively followed the social media accounts of other artists and enthusiasts. Then inserting her artwork into the overall larger conversation, we were able to reach an audience outside of her following and, happy to say, have increased sales. Her willingness to let Meanersons get creative in various ways to raise awareness about her artwork is enjoyable for us and has proven profitable for her.
What To Eat Hawaii
What To Eat Hawaii wanted to help promote all the amazing things there are to eat in Hawaii. They asked us to do a few things: keep it simple, grow it fast, and bring attention to the local eateries, including local food on outer islands as well. With the creation of a Twitter account that actively shares local food establishments, meanwhile highlighting those that don't have an online presence by visiting them, What To Eat Hawaii is accomplishing what they set out to do.