Thank you for reading Cincinnati People
Thank you for reading Cincinnati People.
Today, we are officially inviting you to join our Cincinnati People Network.
Since our launch on January 5, we have experimented with this weekly digital digest called Cincinnati People found at CincyPeople.com and on social media platforms (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram).
Over the last two months, we have shared personality profiles of Cincinnati People doing great work and cool things in our city. On a weekly basis, we share our free e-newsletter to a curated list of 1,000+ Cincinnati influencers, have reached 20,000+ unique views on our website and tens of thousands on social media platforms through a targeted approach to reaching engaged readers.
Via social media targeting, we are reaching a local audience who shares the interests of the story or video. We are guaranteeing an engaged readership and our metrics prove it.
With a mix of long-form storytelling by award-winning writers John Erardi and Betsy Ross, Cincinnati People is also producing videos and photo albums thanks to the work of Madison Schmidt. Our modern design is the brain child of designer Alex Reilly.
Here are a few opportunities to consider to help you reach influencers and engaged readers in your interests and industry:
Cincinnati People will write a long-form story on your CEO and produce a two-minute video and photo shoot in their office setting. In February, we published a profile on the success of Pure Romance’s Patty Brisben and the Evolution of her company, Pure Romance.
Cincinnati People is always happy to profile non-profits who may want to promote a new capital project or fund-raising initiative and share the information with those who are interested in your cause directly via social media. Charities may also want to share their Community Impact or Annual Reports via Cincinnati People. Last month, we published a feature on D. Lynn Meyers of Ensemble Theatre and her quest to complete the renovation and fund-raising project of the Vine Street theatre.
For the Cincinnati Auto Expo, we created “Car Show Karaoke” featuring local media celebrities and local influencers like Pedro Arroyo from the Cincinnati Opera. These videos were produced and shared within eight hours of being filmed to drive buzz for the Auto Expo.
New Business Feature
OTR’s Design Lab was featured in last month’s Cincinnati People as a new business, offering a home furnishings showroom and professional interior design services for residential and commercial clients. Design Lab co-founders shared their advice for adding Necessary Objects to your home collection in a photo essay.
Cincinnati People worked with Hart & Cru’s Kevin Hart to create a “wine tasting video” for his Champagne Sparkling Wine tasting he offered in January. This video was shared on social media with those who have an interest in wine.
We’ve helped these people and organizations tell their story. Now we’d like to help you tell yours. Contact us with your ideas for future consideration among our editorial team.
We can also discuss a paid campaign to create engaging content to reach those interested in your product, service or business with guaranteed results.
We look forward to working with you to determine the best content for your audience and ours.
Publisher/Editor, Cincinnati People