Did you think that was Dam funny? Happy April Fools’ Day!
Tap into the creative reservoir of our Dam talented team at Pioneer, WordSouth and ARC Media. Whether you are just getting started in broadband and need to strategically spread the word, or you have a mature network and are working to increase take rate and ARPU, we’re here to generate fresh ideas and help you engage consumers.
We’ve partnered with more than 40 telcos and electric cooperatives like you to help them communicate throughout their fiber build-outs. That experience allows us to anticipate what’s ahead for you, your staff and your members. We’ve even written a book about what you can expect!
- Branding strategy and logo design
- Broadband basics and customer experience training
- Digital ad design and targeting
- Print and email newsletters for telcos and electric utilities
- Brand launch strategy and support
- Ad buys and placement
- Competitive analysis and focus groups
- Event support
- Broadband social media content and monitoring
- Websites and landing pages
- Education and awareness campaigns
- Spanish translation
- Broadband content for local statewide magazine pages
- Specific support and integrations for SEDC, NISC, Calix and CrowdFiber
- Writing, graphic design and more
Many marketing agencies or engineering firms offer marketing templates. We think that’s a Dam shame. Your branding and collateral should be built for you, not copied from someone else. Our team of more than 60 professionals focuses exclusively on helping rural telcos and electric utilities connect with consumers.
Just like our fictional April Fools’ client, we’re Dam excited about rural broadband. Let’s reach your goals together!
How do you get started?
- Schedule a time to talk about your broadband project.
- Download our “What to Expect When You’re Connecting” eBook
- Subscribe to our “Rural Broadband Today” and “StoryConnect” podcasts
- Attend StoryConnect: The Conference in the Great Smoky Mountains Aug. 24-26.
- Subscribe to our e-newsletter and tell us about your broadband goals (or tell us this April Fools’ idea was pretty Dam dumb):