Stone Ward Blog

"Always be a student." It’s the principle that keeps us relevant in a constantly evolving community. We’ve dedicated ourselves to being ardent pupils of the industry, freely sharing what we’ve learned so that we can all work smarter.

Five steps for executing a successful client planning meeting

by Lauren Curtis

With technology prevalent throughout the workplace, our team can communicate with the click of a button, a quick phone call, webinars, screen-shares…you get the drift. While all of this is convenient and allows for constant client communication, there tends to be themes, topics and a camaraderie that can only come from meeting face-to-face.

Little Rock Regional Chamber unveils brand overhaul

by Kristie Flynn

Little Rock competes everyday with communities across the world for economic growth and talent attraction. As part of its ongoing efforts to attract high-quality businesses and talent to Metro Little Rock, Stone Ward partnered with the Little Rock Regional Chamber (LRRC) to create an enhanced branding strategy and redesigned website.

Celebrating the Main Street Food Truck Festival, a “Southern Travel Treasure”

by Lucie Pathmann

Stone Ward was proud to, for the eighth year in a row, design this year’s graphic thematic for the Downtown Little Rock Partnership’s annual Main Street Food Truck Festival and be an event sponsor. The “street sign” design was applied to all event collateral materials and showcased on several digital channels.

Stone Ward and Sport Clips Haircuts score recent national PR wins

by Dana Dussing Berry

Relationships are at the heart of public relations and recently resulted in a couple of high-profile media wins on Forbes.com and in Franchising World magazine for client Sport Clips Haircuts.

Award-winning campaigns showcase a brand’s positive impact

by Liz Hamilton

How two economic development campaigns have garnered not only business success, but industry recognition for their creativity and effectiveness.

5 reasons why your business should have a strong social presence

by Emily Brosius

Have you caught wind of the “Yodeling kid”? Chances are, you probably have. 10-year-old Mason Ramsey quickly found all eyes on him after getting caught on camera yodeling in the middle of a Walmart in Harrisburg, Illinois. The video was shared across the internet and quickly went viral, gaining him over a million views on YouTube. Videos of the “Yodeling kid” as he’s come to be known are trending all over the internet.

Five Non-Job Related Lessons I learned at Camp Reality:

by Stone Ward Staff

The real world, a concept that instills a chilling fear into almost every soon-to-be college graduate. For many college students, the closest they’ve been to the real world is attending their 8 a.m. classes; possibly the source of the fear or perhaps it’s fear of the unknown.

3 Steps to a Better Digital Strategy

by Anna Pearson

There’s lots of competition in the digital world and making data-driven decisions is becoming crucial. To compete, marketers now need to develop strategies to grow campaigns efficiently and effectively. Follow these three steps to better define your strategy on your next digital campaign.  

Step 1: Define Objectives

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