Karbo Communications Expands Content Development Services for Tech Startups and Enterprises

by | May 11, 2018

Karbo Communications, a top-ranked technology public relations (PR) and digital marketing agency, today announced the expansion of its content development services. In addition to its long track record of creating strategic PR programs that drive sales, the agency will now offer a dedicated content team for the full spectrum of digital asset development, including editorial and promotional materials, website development, UI/UX design and more.

The expansion is part of a larger effort by Karbo Communications to help brands craft a unified, compelling narrative at every customer touchpoint – from corporate communications and messaging to content strategy and materials. The group will be overseen by Jeff Curtis, who brings nearly a decade of experience creating design-focused content for tech startups and established companies.

“As an agency, we’re always looking to provide our clients with a comprehensive approach to PR,” said Julie Karbo, founder and CEO of Karbo Communications. “Expanding our content development services to include more writing and design was a natural progression. That means doing everything from producing share-worthy social media to rewriting UX copy based on the latest positioning exercises. With this new group, we’re better equipped than ever to help clients tell captivating, strategic stories to multiple audiences.”

Karbo Com’s writers and designers work closely with client account teams to achieve marketing goals and develop content, including corporate, product and target market messaging, email blasts, advertising copy, white papers, case studies, website copy, contributed articles, blogs, paid and unpaid social media campaigns, video scripts, infographics, company and product presentations, speeches, ebooks, sales materials, Search Engine Marketing (SEM) campaigns,  and a variety of other digital assets and efforts.

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