Touchless transactions in an online space can seem intimidating if you don’t regularly conduct exchanges this way or haven’t already established your online presence. But, they are possible and can be a simple (and profitable) addition to your business strategy to keep things moving, even during times of social distancing.
Hello CREE community! We want to begin this blog post by saying that our team is thinking of those affected by COVID-19, as well as wishing everyone a safe and healthful journey during these unprecedented times. Speaking of those times of social distancing, I’m sure we have all been affected by the recommendation to remain … Continue reading Conferencing from the Couch: Best practices for hosting and attending virtual conferences and meetings
Happy New Year (and decade), everyone! If you’ve been following along with the CREE blog since back in the day, this isn’t our first introduction. I’m Anissa, and I previously worked for CREE as the marketing communications intern during my undergraduate studies. As an intern, I wrote many blogs related to new- and social-media marketing. … Continue reading New Year: New Ways to Learn with CREE
In order to continue our goal of transparency, CREE has decided to post the insights from our own analytics taken from our Facebook page. This post will cover the second quarter of 2019 (April-June). Overview CREE posts on Facebook on Mondays and Fridays. Occasionally, Wednesdays are added to our content calendar to highlight special events and … Continue reading CREE Second Quarter Analytics
By Chelsie Calliham I had the opportunity to attend the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) 2018 Professional Development Conference (PDC) this month. The conference, hosted by The Ohio State University, is a workshop event designed to teach strategies and trends within the agricultural communications industry. I am the Kansas State University ACT Secretary and Treasurer … Continue reading Chelsie Shares Insights from PDC
Falling leaves, sweater weather and pumpkin spice everything are a few things that come to mind when thinking of fall. But in Kansas, we have much more going on than the basics, starting with our fall festivals. Fall festivals are a perfect way to support local, agricultural based businesses while having loads of fun with your friends and family. The cool air leads to corn mazes reaching their full potential, pumpkins meeting their final orange glow and are ready to be picked from their patch, apples ripen at the orchards and grape harvest time begins. The staff at CREE researched and found where to go to enjoy all things fall.
Agricultural communicator. Miss Rodeo Kansas. K-State alumna. Mikhayla DeMott, the newly hired audience engagement specialist, serves many roles. Mikhayla understands the need to connect agricultural-based, rural businesses to information and research on new-media technology. She will foster that connection in her position at the Center for Rural Enterprise Engagement through event planning, client outreach, media relations, and content creation.
By Chelsie Calliham Did you know that 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual? Thus, it comes as no surprise that Instagram has become the app to beat in terms of affordability and engagement. Instagram currently has over 300 million users with 75 million of those users logging on daily. It can be … Continue reading The 5 Best Budget Conscious Instagram Photo-editing Apps
Is it common for your customers to message you via Facebook with basic questions, comments or complaints? In this blog, you will learn how to set up Facebook Messenger Chatbots and how it can be beneficial to your small business.
Word-of-mouth is a great tool when promoting your farmers market booth, but it can only take you so far. Your local customers know and trust you, but what about the consumer who has no idea you exist? Adding new-media technology to promote your farmers market booth can boost your business and reach a new demographic that was not possible before!