Success stories are how we demonstrate our case for the power of public relations. Each business challenge is unique, so we develop custom strategies for every project and program. We provide news media, social media, and web media services for regional and national companies in a variety of industries – and the results speak for themselves.
Tappocity, hired Axia for effective public relations that could get the brand launched. Axia launched a campaign, introducing Tappocity to important audiences and critical resources. Two days into the campaign, Axia landed Tappocity coverage in a top e-commerce publication.
When A1A Solar announced it was installing Florida’s largest private rooftop solar array, they hired Axia to handle all media relations. Axia developed a news release that was pitched to media outlets. Axia earned A1A Solar Contracting eight news articles and corresponding social media mentions.
Christini’s Ristorante Italiano hired Axia to boost awareness among consumers. Axia put on a media relations and social media engagement campaign.The restaurant’s social media presence grew immensely, as well as, earned media coverage, giving them the attention they deserved.
Service America hired Axia for reputation management and crisis services. Axia launched an outreach and social media campaign, as well as, managed customer reviews. Axia improved the public’s perception of the company through earned media, blogging and social media tactics.
With goals of increasing awareness for its brand and traffic to its website, Theme Park Connection hired Axia. Axia developed a media relations plan which was implemented for 30 days. Axia generated more than 200 news stories which added up to $8 million worth of earned media coverage.
Annandale Millwork/Allied Systems hired Axia to develop a new and improved brand presentation nationwide. Axia developed multiple PR programs and designed and managed a new website. Axia’s new materials were directly responsible for five new contracts with national home builders.
Operation Skate is dedicated to the vision of providing a city and county supported and supervised park for skateboarders, rollerbladers and BMX bicyclists. As a former youth skateboarder and Fernandina Beach native, Axia’s founder Jason Mudd was thoroughly stoked to get involved.