• By Rosie Ecker on March 7, 2017

    People have become increasingly attracted to Instagram in recent years, particularly millennials. It’s quick because it primarily uses photos and has less text than Facebook or Twitter. Not to mention it evokes everyone’s artistic side with
  • By Katie McDaniel on February 13, 2017

    One of the biggest concerns we hear from small businesses about social media is that they want to be on every platform and reach everyone. Although social media allows you to reach large audiences, as a small business owner it is important to
  • By Nancy Wiser on November 15, 2016

    Journalist and Lexington public relations firm collaborate on media training Journalists have the need to find and tell interesting stories. That’s just the type of person I was looking for on a part-time basis when I learned about Brent Carney.
  • By Katie McDaniel on October 18, 2016

    In March 2014, Community Ventures reached out to Wiser Strategies to help update their brand. They had previously worked with other firms, but felt they were not adequately capturing the company’s essence. Nancy Wiser, our president has always
  • By Nancy Wiser on October 5, 2016

    I hate crickets! I’m a nature lover, and there are few of God’s creatures that I don’t like. Maybe I should say, to clarify, there are many I don’t want sneaking up on me, such as snakes and spiders, but most I find
  • By Katie McDaniel on September 14, 2016

    It’s football season, and I could not be more excited. There is something about fall and football that just go together, like cookies and milk. Recently I traveled to Morgantown, West Virginia, to take part in some Mountaineer football