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Posted Aug 22 | 11:00am
Where's the newest place to "Find the Fun?" In the GWU Cases Journal! Happy to announce that our Find the Fun campaign (a joint effort with our friends at Florida Department of Health (DOH)), was recently published in this renowned George Washington University journal showcasing studies in public health communication and social marketing. Check it out: http://bit.ly/gwcases
Posted Aug 4 | 12:00pm
The Real Men Real Fires project is heating up! The Real Man himself was just awarded man's highest honor: Member of the Month in Red Green's Possum Lodge. Check him out: http://bit.ly/pssmldge . And take a look at his manly fire starting tips while you're at it: http://bit.ly/rmrfhowto .
Posted May 14 | 12:27pm
Proud to announce that Howard County Unsweetened--a campaign we work on with The Horizon Foundation--is enjoying it's second run in Upworthy! This time the news site showcased the winning entry of the Your Voice Your Choice video contest, created entirely by a group of high school seniors. We wish we were that cool in high school. http://www.upworthy.com/after-these-8-minutes-im-reaching-for-tap-water-instead?c=ufb1
Posted Apr 10 | 06:37pm
We're proud to announce that Salter>Mitchell was named one of Florida's Top 50 Women-Led Businesses. This honor comes as no surprise to us, since we are inspired every day by our very own woman leader, April Salter, who sets an example for professional women and business leaders in Florida and beyond!
Posted Apr 1 | 10:23am
A few Tuesday tips from Forbes: Using crises and habits to change workforce behavior: http://www.forbes.com/sites/boozandcompany/2014/03/31/make-a-crisis-last/
Posted Jan 10 | 11:48am
Our Alexandria, VA office is searching for a new Lead Web Developer! We favor creative coders who can execute what's never been done, drive projects to completion, collaborate, and learn new skills accordingly. Oh, and applicants must be nice. For some reason we like those types here... http://www.saltermitchell.com/careers
Posted Dec 17 | 11:33am
Do you suffer from behavior change nerdism? Classic symptoms include a creative eye, analytic thinking, and a tendency to get giddy when someone mentions "behavioral determinants." We can help. Apply for our Virginia-based Behavior Change Marketing Internship today! It's your chance to join a likeminded group who will never judge you for reading research reports in your spare time--we promise. http://www.saltermitchell.com/internships
Posted Nov 20 | 11:27am
We're looking to hire a new front-end web developer in our Tallahassee office. Good candidates are detail-oriented, marry design and usability, and can seamlessly work cat memes into any website. Any takers?
Posted Oct 22 | 10:12am
We're kicking off our Monday with a feature story in AdAge about our new campaign in Maryland, which asks: Why does Coke's marketing emphasize the sugary stuff blamed for obesity? #BurpBetter http://adage.com/article/news/maryland-based-foundation-attacks-coca-cola/244847/
Posted Oct 21 | 10:56am
Ad Age takes note of our new campaign in Maryland, which asks: Why does #Coke spend 2/3 of its marketing budget on sugary drinks when they have better beverages to offer? Do they really think we're unaware of Coke Classic, or are they just inflating consumption (and obesity)? #BurpBetter: http://adage.com/article/news/maryland-based-foundation-attacks-coca-cola/244847/
Posted Oct 14 | 03:00pm
Excited for the Horizon Foundation, our partner in the Howard County Unsweetened campaign, as their Your Voice Your Choice video contest has gained celeb support! If you know any high schoolers in Howard County, MD, send them to this site-they can meet Grammy-nominated singer Mario and win 10k (not too shabby if we do say so ourselves): http://yvyc.hocounsweetened.org/mariodoright/
Posted Aug 21 | 10:03am
Great list of the 101 online thought leaders you need to follow from WIRED. Too bad there's no category called "Happy Hour Aficionados." We like to think we'd top that list. http://www.wired.com/magazine/2013/08/101signals/
Posted Aug 12 | 08:03pm
The Baltimore Sun is a little better today--thanks to a story it ran on HoCo Unsweetened, a campaign that we've worked on with the Horizon Foundation to swap sugary drinks for better beverages in Howard County, MD. Check out the article (and pretty cool sunglasses) below: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/howard/columbia/ph-ho-cf-better-beverages-0808-20130808,0,5534462.story
Posted Sep 1 | 06:43pm
Each month, editors at HOW magazine scour the web to find the best of the bestÃ¢â‚¬â€the Top 10 Websites for Designers. This month, SalterMitchell.com made the list.
Posted Aug 9 | 08:28pm
Tallahassee-based communications and behavior change firm expands to Central Florida with new space and more services...
Posted Aug 9 | 06:30pm
The news at Salter>Mitchell has changed every day since our new logo was slapped on the door three years ago...