The Hodges Partnership
We start by exploring your goals, whether it’s raising your company’s profile, making a splash with a new product or enhancing your expertise in front of your target customers. We do a lot of that – exploring, raising, splashing, enhancing – along with a whole lot of other smart tactics designed to get you noticed.
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The Gong BlogHow I develop a lead generation campaign for social
Maybe it’s just me, but it feels like everyone is talking about lead generation—how to drum up qualified prospects, drive them to a website and convert them into customers. While I initially categorized this activity as like pure sales, with no connection to public relations, further consideration led me to...Shark Sandwich: HodgePodge for July 18
None more black You already saw this, but it’s so cool I had to included: The world has a new blackest black. Her hips don’t like The Wall Street Journal crowns Shakira the Queen of Facebook and then tells us how she got there. Potentiality Because this can’t be said...Twelve years at bat with Jon Newman and Josh Dare
Just a few weeks ago on July 1, The Hodges Partnership celebrated its 12th birthday. Celebrations ensued—the annual baseball outing—a Nats game this year—as well as lunch in D.C. and a visit to The Newseum. Celebrations aside, what better time than an anniversary to reflect on the past, the present...All the Clichés: HodgePodge for July 11
Raising the journalism bar The San Francisco Chronicle has collected a growing list of clichés for newspapers to avoid. PR people (and marketers in general), would do well to avoid most of them as well, I imagine. Hug a millennial Marketplace takes a look at just how bad it was...Soccer and the Workplace
Ask anyone who knows me even casually and they’ll tell you I’m a baseball guy. Most would be surprised, however, to find that the event I most wanted to see—and had to pre-order tickets more than a year in advance—at the Summer Olympics in my hometown Atlanta was the gold-medal...