What could you achieve with the right brand strategy, marketing systems, and communications support?
We’ve created marketing strategies, brands, websites, and communications plans for startups, entrepreneurs, social enterprises, and non-profit organizations.
Our big-picture vision meets serious detail-sweating at every turn.
Rebecca Mead Communications is a full-service digital marketing firm, focused on creating meaningful results through integrated strategies, easy to use technology, and award-winning design and creative work. We invite you to dig deeper and let us know if you’d like to chat about any of our capabilities.
MARKETING + BRANDING
Sure, you’re great at what you do – but how do people know that? Look to us to articulate who you are, what you do, and why it matters – and develop a visual identity that aligns with your long-term vision and business goals.
DIGITAL STRATEGY + WEBSITES
Websites are necessities for every business and an exceptional visitor experience is the perfect mix of message and the right technology. Our collaborative approach is focused on usability, impact, and results.
COMMUNICATIONS + COACHING
Make authentic and deep connections with your audience. Through communications coaching and on-going management, build your community, and grow your business through e-mail, social media, and print communications.
Consider us your partner for any challenge.
Experience and compassion meet a laser-focused approach.
We always start at the beginning. While every project is unique – they all start with one thing in common – questions. We’ll want to know everything: where you started, where you are now, and where you want to go next. What is your why? And what do you value? Who are your clients and why do they (should) care about you.
Collaboration is the basis of everything we do. Through open and consistent communication, we’ll identify and adhere to focused objectives, collaboratively create strategies with clear purpose, and guide your creative decisions.
We’re invested in your success, and will set-up systems to measure and evaluate to ensure sustainability of the final project through ongoing support, insights, and coaching.
Rebecca founded Rebecca Mead Communications in 2014 and brings over 20 years of experience in strategic marketing, communications, and project management to every client engagement.
Rebecca brings a wealth of expertise to RM’s clients with significant experience in non-profit, economic development, and corporate marketing strategy, communications, governmental and stakeholder relations, and project and event management across arts, finance, and public/private partnership organizations.
Prior to founding Rebecca Mead Communications, Rebecca’s career included roles with CONNSTEP, CLEARBrick Consulting, The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, and Lincoln Financial Group. A 2011 Hartford Business Journal 40 Under Forty Awardee, and the recipient of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership Unsung Hero Award the same year, Rebecca was the President of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Marketing Association from 2011 to 2013.
In addition to providing creative work, Rebecca collaborates with local and international freelancers on client work. A well-vetted and experienced team of professionals includes copywriters, marketing researchers, photographers, social media marketers, web developers, and graphic designers.
So will this work for your website? If you build it, will they come? Will its very existence bring people to it? I’m sorry to disappoint, but the answer is no. Simply building a website will not guarantee online success.
While it’s easy to know a great blog post when you read one, it’s not always easy to put your finger on what makes a blog post so enjoyable and memorable. So what is the “it” that makes a blog post draw you in? Is there a formula for writing great, engaging blogs regardless of the topic?
While arguably the most effective marketing method, content marketing is a hungry machine – demanding that you continuously supply content to feed your audience’s appetite.