“Best Use of Digital in a B2B Technology Campaign”
(Newburyport, MA) – March 24, 2016 – Matter Communications, an award-winning PR and social media firm with in-house creative services and search marketing groups, announced today that Bulldog Reporter has honored Studio-C by Matter with a silver Best Video Award for “Best Use of Digital in a B2B Technology Campaign” in the 2015 Digital/Social PR awards competition.
Matter’s video submission was scored based on creativity and originality, strategic and tactical brilliance, breakthrough communications approaches and the results of all efforts. From those scores, submissions with a score high enough moved on to the elite round where they were reviewed by another round of judges and scored accordingly.
According to Bulldog Reporter, the Digital/Social PR program is judged by working and award-winning journalists including a Pulitzer Prize winner. This year’s judges come from a number of different media outlets including The Washington Post, USA Today and The Oregonian.
“Matter’s Studio-C team brings clients’ stories to life with creative collateral and videos that can enhance our public relations programs or shine on their own,” said Matter Founder and CEO, Scott Signore. “Companies large and small understand that today it’s not enough to ‘tell’ a story – you’ve got to ‘show’ it in a way that inspires action and drives revenue.”
About Matter Communications
Headquartered north of Boston in Newburyport, Massachusetts, with offices in Providence, Rhode Island, Portland, Oregon, Boulder, CO and Boston, Matter Communications executes creative, results-driven public relations and social media programs on behalf of clients across the U.S. and Europe. Matter maintains a broad portfolio of clients in high-technology, consumer-technology and consumer markets – including, among many others, Akamai, FootJoy, Harris Corporation, Lexar Media and Verizon Wireless. Founded in 2003, Matter’s PR services include company and product launches, product reviews, analyst and media relations, social media, crisis communications and thought leadership programs. The company offers an in-house creative services group, as well as a search marketing team. For more information, please go to http://www.matternow.com or visit the PR Whiteboard blog.
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