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Eloqua

Social Media Playbook and Training

As fellow WOMMA members, Eloqua engaged JESS3 to (1) help educate and inspire internal audiences about social media best practices and (2) take the resulting content and release it broadly online, free of charge.

The outcome was a distilled Social Media Playbook, which in 42-JESS3-designed-pages, covers over a dozen platforms individually, as well as provides a tip sheet for integration, guidelines and ongoing engagement. Eloqua encouraged all to use and share the Playbook for any personal or professional use, and even suggested its contents be “remixed” in any way one might see fit. Distribution of the Playbook ranged from storage sites like Scribd and SlideShare, as well as social wildfire platforms like Twitter, blogs and Facebook.

As a direct result of the Social Media Playbook, Eloqua saw a 43% increase in referrals to its corporate site from its blog.

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MTV Taps JESS3 as Digital Partner for the First O Music Awards

MTV — the network that has defined the music industry for 30 years teamed up with digital partner JESS3 to give a voice to the people with the inaugural O Music Awards. In celebration of the new ways we all experience and consume music, the awards show was designed to be Open, Ongoing and Online — pressing pause twice a year to recognize and reward fans, artists and technologists.

Tackling Cystic Fibrosis

Along with Samsung, Sears and the Boomer Esiason Foundation, JESS3 built a social media for social actions site that leverages foursquare, Twitter and Facebook to help "tackle" CF. Aiming to raise $150k, every tweet, check-in and Like drive the ball forward in the fight.

Sex, Love and the Double Standard

Our own co-founder and fearless leader Leslie Bradshaw joins an esteemed panel of women in media, entertainment, fashion, advertising and business to get real about a variety of sex and gender related topics. Brace yourself.

TEDxYouth Comes to DC

Organized by Teens and Tech, which was founded by JESS3's own Daniel Brusilovsky, the event brought an important focus to the entrepreneurial spirit and abilities of young people. Hosted at AT&T, themes including the environment, technology and community were woven throughout.

Google Translate taps JESS3 for "Can't Translate Spots"

Google Translate can translate text into 50 different languages, but some forms of communications remain that Google Can't Translate. JESS3 shot five 30-second spots to showcase what some of them are.

Gmail Marches into Smart Phones with JESS3

JESS3 worked closely with the Gmail team to depict the web-based browser coming to life on mobile devices using handmade paper craft and stop motion animation, set to the sounds of a marching band recorded exclusively for the purpose of the spot.

JESS3 Named to iMedia 25 Agencies to Watch

iMedia Connection named JESS3 to the iMedia 25 agency list, recognizing JESS3 as a key agency that has advanced interactive marketing through big ideas, brilliant creative, cutting-edge technology, and the passionate pursuit of excellence in the digital space. Citing our work with Samsung, ESPN, American Express, and recent partnership with the Google Politics and Elections team for the 2012 National Conventions, the article states, “JESS3 has a gift for turning numbers into stories and a passion for creating content strategies that resonate over the long haul.”

Co-founder Leslie Bradshaw Discusses Career and More on Mixergy.com

Mixergy.com's Andrew Warner interviews Leslie Bradshaw, JESS3 President, COO, and Co-founder via video chat. The hour long, in-depth discussion covers Bradshaw’s career development and the growth of JESS3. Digging in to past, present and future Bradshaw answers to how and why she has made the decisions that have propelled her thus far in her career and life. Above all she answers Warner's $5 million question, "How does a woman who works for a freelancer without getting paid end up co-founding a $5 million dollar business with him?"

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