Relax, Let the Internet Work For You!
Running a small business can be time-consuming, filled with hundreds of small tasks that add up to a huge workload. Are you drowning in the small, daily, menial tasks that make up your job? IFTTT might be your answer! I.F.T.T.T stands for “If This Then That”, a free web-service an mobile app (available for… continue reading
Internships: Nailing the Right One
Most professionals in almost every industry started their career path as an intern. Often times, interns are seen as the low man on the totem pole, but internships are essential to the health and growth of both businesses and the interns themselves. Want to get your feet wet in an industry that you don’t have… continue reading
Emotions in Advertising
Emotional Advertising We’ve all seen the big name commercials from this year’s Super Bowl. Whether it was Toyota’s tribute to both fathers and the armed forces, Coca Cola’s attempt to bring positivity to the internet, or Dove’s “Like a Girl” campaign, this year’s big advertising dollars went to something more than just product placement…. continue reading
Graphics for Small Businesses
Blog posts must not only be interesting and useful to read, but pretty to look at as well! (We have a little more work to do on L’Acadian’s.) Here’s an article from the man that will help us get there: Cody Groce. Small business owners can feel inadequate when squared off against bigger businesses, especially… continue reading
Lindsey’s Career Calling in Public Relations
Meet Lindsey. She joined L’Acadian in September 2014 after contacting me with her story that hit a soft spot in my own heart. Like some of my own peers in college, Lindsey was told that she’d never find a job in Public Relations and would never make money so she chose to major in Speech… continue reading
Coming in 2015 to Social Media
As with most businesses, the start of a new year means time for strategy, planning, and preparing for what the year has in store. Working in social media is no different. So, what exactly does social media in 2015 look like? Ads, ads, and more ads. This is not an entirely new approach for business… continue reading
Alicia McClendon Joins L’Acadian
“I love starting a new job and being thrown to the wolves,” said no one ever. Alicia McClendon joined the L’Acadian team on August 1, and she’s finally getting the welcome and love she deserves. We’ve have multiple client trips that have left her holding down the fort, but she’s taken it all in her stride…. continue reading
Welcome our new Public Relations Interns!
Please give a round of applause to our new Public Relations and Social Media interns for the Fall of 2014 – Lindsey Guidry and Gabby Buras! As you can see, they’re adjusting nicely. If you know you’ll need to fulfill your Internship Class this Spring, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Savor the Outdoors: Bayou to Lagoon
As an “Outdoor” Public Relations and Social Media Agency, we see images and videos of others enjoying the outdoors, and we get just a little jealous. It’s not the Seychelles or the Grand Tetons, but we can have our own fun too … even with the alligators of Lake Martin and mosquitoes of Mosquito Lagoon. A big thanks to… continue reading
E-Commerce. For many, it’s the end goal. Whether you’re publishing a press release, posting content on Facebook, tweeting out events, the end goal is to drive consumers to purchase your brand. All the work that you put in through the week doesn’t matter if it doesn’t result in sales. This was our purpose… continue reading