Sturges Word – Public Relations Firm & Marketing Communications Agency2020-05-05T12:14:24-05:00
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Sturges Word helps clients
build credibility, visibility and business.

We are a full-service integrated marketing communications agency.
Our work is award winning. But more importantly, it does what matters to our clients –
builds brands, moves product and manages reputations.

Clients We Have Served

Services to fit your needs

1BRANDING

• Brand Audits
• Brand Strategy
• Competitive Analysis
• Naming & Taglines
• Identity Design

2STRATEGIC PLANNING

• Vision Workshops
• Audience & Messaging
• Goals, Objectives & Tactics
• Research Development
• Measurement & ROI

3PUBLIC RELATIONS

• Media Relations Outreach
• Media Reports & Analysis
• Media Training
• Employee Relations
• Public Engagement
• Influencer Engagement

4SOCIAL MEDIA

• Community Management
• Social Marketing Campaigns
• Paid Social Campaigns
• Policies & Training
• Organic Strategy

5DIGITAL

• Content Strategy
• E-Mail Marketing
• On & Off-page Optimization
• SEO Strategy & Analytics
• Text Campaigns
• Website Design

6DESIGN

• Annual Reports
• Brand Application
• Identity Design
• Marketing Materials
• Packaging
• Signage

7CRISIS

• Fast Action Plan
• Messaging Development
• Media Management
• Social Media Management
• Talking Points
• Crisis Planning & Training
• Cyber Communications

8EVENT PLANNING

• Attraction Campaigns
• Community Programming
• Groundbreakings
• Grand Openings
• Industry
• Market Entry

News & Views

SWC’s Fast Five

July 3, 2020

A flag is retired while the Boeing 737 Max takes flight again, Russia is said to pay for American soldier deaths, companies boycott Facebook and chronic underfunding of public health departments continues as the pandemic rages.

SWC’s Fast Five

June 26, 2020

Coronavirus death toll drops but a surge of cases is still bad news while police reform stalls in Congress, media change the way they refer to Blacks, a gene-editing breakthrough can mean hope for incurable diseases and Paul Blart will have to start walking again.

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