Posts Tagged ‘Deane Smith and Partners’

TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE: Ad spending, PR blunders and a Golden Mic Award

by For the MBJ Published: January 10,2014

Tags: Business, Deane Smith and Partners, Mississippi, public relations

Madison Avenue had a very Merry Christmas, and is preparing to pop the cork on a banner 2014 on the advertising front. Some of the world’s biggest advertising companies are predicting faster than previously expected growth in ad spending in 2014, according to a recent report in the Wall Street Journal. A portion is from […] [...]

So, what’s not to like? Buying Facebook ‘likes’ can be risky, says Mad Genius

by Becky Gillette Published: October 25,2013

Tags: Business, Deane Smith and Partners, Facebook, Frank Owen, Mad Genius, Mississippi, social media

If you spend much time on your business Facebook page, you most likely have seen a popup advertisement offering to sell you Facebook “likes.” One company advertises 1,000 likes from “real Facebook users” in one-to-four days for $29.99. This might seem like a good deal knowing how much attention Facebook users pay to “likes.” But […] [...]

Deane Smith & Partners, Mad Genius partner to grow business across the nation

After a year in which the Mad Genius branding firm of Ridgeland brought home awards for Best in Show and Best Overall, it would be hard to believe there are many weak spots in its creative organization. Still and yet, Mad Genius CEO Rick Moore believes whatever weak spots his firm may have once had […] [...]

Former football star looks to score with new public relations office

Todd Smith is returning home – at least in a business sense. Smith, a former star football player (and sometimes mascot) at Jackson Academy and now president and chief communication officer of Deane, Smith and Partners, says the Jackson area is home for the new office of his Nashville-based public relations, marketing, advertising and branding […] [...]

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