Scarboro leads new initiatives in Charlotte, NC and Asheville, NC RALEIGH, NC (September 15, 2016) – Aaron Scarboro has joined the Targeted Persuasion team as an Account Executive. He will have primary responsibilities overseeing work in Asheville, NC and Charlotte, NC. Mr. Scarboro is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. […]
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North Carolina communications firm expands footprint to Charlotte, NC RALEIGH, NC (September 1, 2016) – Targeted Persuasion has added Caleb Theodros to its staff as it expands work into the Charlotte, NC market. Mr. Theodros will help lead an initiative designed to create greater civic engagement within the hospitality industry. He is a graduate of […]
Exclusive gated North Carolina community prepares to launch a targeted direct mail campaign RALEIGH (September 1, 2016) – Roark Premier Team has selected Targeted Persuasion to design and fulfill a six-piece mail campaign directed at some of the area’s most affluent buyers. The campaign will run September through December. “We’re excited to work with the […]
The National Restaurant Association has selected Targeted Persuasion to lead their Kitchen Cabinet public affairs initiative in Asheville, NC. The firm has already been running the program in Raleigh and was chosen to direct the expansion into Asheville, too.
The National Restaurant Association has selected Targeted Persuasion to lead their Kitchen Cabinet public affairs initiative in Charlotte, NC. The firm has already been running the program in Raleigh and was chosen to direct the expansion into Charlotte, too.
When a grassroots campaign goes well, it can seem like everything’s going your way. You’re getting great engagement, stakeholders are taking notice and the client is happy. When your campaign struggles to get traction, however, it can seem like you’re swimming with your boots on. Luckily, there are three simple questions you can ask to help get back on track. By asking yourself if you’re delivering the right message to the right people and asking them to do the right thing, you can evaluate your campaign and analyze your options for how to move forward.
Three-term Raleigh City Council Member hires local firm as one-stop reelection shop RALEIGH, N.C. (April 14, 2015) – Three-term Raleigh City Council Member Bonner Gaylord has hired Targeted Persuasion for the comprehensive strategic and financial consulting needs of his 2015 campaign. “Targeted Persuasion’s expertise in branding, emerging technologies, fundraising, communications, voter targeting and campaign strategy […]
Targeted Persuasion is currently recruiting a part-time, contract campaign manager for a City of Raleigh Municipal race. The position runs May 1 through mid-October. Must live in or near Raleigh. Hours will vary from 10-20 per week. The successful campaign manager should possess the following skills: Organizational Event planning Multi-tasking Active Learning Work well with […]
Raleigh PR and Digital Communications firm beefs up public affairs practice with addition of new consultant RALEIGH (March 11, 2015) – Local public relations firm Targeted Persuasion bolstered its public affairs and campaign credentials by adding Raleigh-based communications consultant Doug Jackson to its roster. Jackson is a veteran of several political campaigns, nonprofits and public […]
Sick of political ads yet? Yeah, most of us are. They’re often negative and annoying. And perhaps that’s an understatement. But for me, there’s one ad that really stuck out this 2014 political season. You’ve probably seen it. It’s the “I Have No Textbook” ad. And this one really works. Here’s why. Part of the […]