Editor’s Note: The original title for this blog post was ” Behind The Scenes: Official Forest Home Media Launch.” However, in order to be SEO (search engine optimization) friendly, the title was strategically revised by FHM SEO expert, Dana Tucker.
After announcing a new Nashville-based integrated marketing firm on March 5,the partners of Forest Home Media are hosting an official launch event which will be chronicled and shared with helpful info via various traditional and new media outlets as part of FHM’s content-based fusion marketing. The series, known informally as “Behind The Scenes: Forest Home Media Launch,” will capture and share various ways the launch event generates informative content from how to engage traditional media to utilizing Pinterest in party ideas and company marketing. You can follow along via blogs, videos, Pinterest boards, Facebook posts, Twitter and LinkedIn.
It all started with a clever nugget of an idea. Two marketing professionals, Dana Tucker, an advertising/digital media guru, and Nancy McNulty, a public relations practitioner/content creation writer, formed the team of Forest Home Media. With a great name inspired by the historic “hood” in which they live, a new concept in communications, a bevy of great clients and a news release hot off the press – thus began Forest Home Media.
As a Nashville-based marketing firm, the FHM partners are fusing the important tenants of communications from public relations and advertising to digitial marketing and social media for their clients through integrated marketing with a foundation of content creation.
With various client projects under their belt, the duo are now taking a moment to officially launch their business using the tenants of content creation fusion marketing. With a marketing plan in place, all things fusion are going to be highlighted for the event including the yummy menu and decor researched and pinned on Pinterest.
Using the social medium Pinterest, partner Dana Tucker took the lead to find yummy recipes – all things fusion fabulous – and in some cases created her own original pins. Find the boards in progress at Forest Home Media and feel free to suggest ideas to us as well. The next blog post will take a look at using Pinterest from entertaining to business marketing. For more information on Forest Home Media, contact us here.