Trying to figure out how Instagram fits into your organization's social media repertoire? Revel's Jason Piasecki's presentation tells you what you need to know to start using the social networking service.
You'll be Instagramming in no time after learning these "9 Simple Steps To Instagram Your Business".
Revel's Jason Piasecki will be talking about "Instagram for Business" on Friday, December 6, 2013 in Grand Haven. This Social Media Workshop is hosted by The Chamber - Grand Haven, Spring Lake Ferrysburg.
Revel continues to cultivate a quality, dedicated team with the addition of its newest Web Developer, Michael Schaafsma.
Michael brings a lifetime of tech experience to Revel. He served in the U.S. Navy as an electronics technician and expanded his web application skills in the years since.
“The web is constantly evolving, and our clients look to us for to be on the cutting edge in order to help their business,” said Jason Piasecki, Revel’s Web Partner “Michael brings the right skills and attitude to push the department even further.”
Revel would like to welcome Jamie Adams aboard as we look toward a new phase of expansion.
Jamie hails from Muskegon and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Advertising and Public Relations from Grand Valley State University. Her previous work in West Michigan includes time at the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce and marketing and social media positions at other organizations.
Jamie represents one half of a new Project Manager unit at Revel that will keep clients informed and ensure their projects move forward. She will work closely with Revel Partner Don Kalisz to help Revel’s other team members remain focused on what they do best.
Each year, The Grand Rapids Business Journal recognizes business leaders under the age of 40 from across West Michigan who enrich their community, attract and retain other young talent, and make an impact in their respective industries. This “40 Under Forty” list has grown to be a benchmark of excellence in the region since its inception in 1995.
This year’s full list of award winners will soon be announced, but we can reveal today that one Reveler made the list!
Revel congratulates its lead Creative Partner, Don Kalisz, on his inclusion in the 2013 40 Under Forty honors. Don’s selection comes from a record number of 143 nominations, according to the GRBJ.
No matter how it’s done, publicity is key. Some businesses hand out coupons. Others run ads in the local paper. At Revel, we give away tattoos.
We’ve partnered with The Orphanage to give away free tattoos of our name or logo for a limited time.
Drew moved from the east side of the state to join Revel, but that doesn’t mean he’s unfamiliar with West Michigan. His previous work includes web content development and event promotion with the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Muskegon Now, and Marsh Field.
As one of two new project managers at Revel, Drew will be teaming up with Revel Partner Jason Piasecki to keep projects on schedule and keep clients in the know. He will be found both at Revel’s Muskegon and Grand Rapids locations.
Read Muskegon invites you to The Rah! Rah! Read Muskegon Tailgate Party. The title sponsor for the event is the Van Kampen Boyer Molinari Foundation. This is a great way to kick off the fall sports season, the start of the school year and support literacy.
Rah! Rah! will be held at Hampton Green Farm, East Farr Rd. Fruitport MI on Wednesday August 28, 2013 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Wear your school colors, root for your team and join us for an evening of fun, food, cash bar, music, majestic horses, and high school area cheerleaders.
Dinner and horse show provided by Hampton Green Farm. Support
literacy with Honorary Coaches Jim Fisher, Jason and Tracey Piasecki and
the entire Read Muskegon team.
Muskegon’s own Service 1 Federal Credit Union continues to provide banking services for its members in multiple states, over 70 years after its inception.
We’re excited to announce the new service1fcu.com, designed to help members continue to connect with their hometown credit union for years to come.
The Muskegon-Oceana division of Michigan Works! recently relocated its Muskegon office to downtown, just down the street from Revel. We rolled out the welcome wagon for them with a new website, designed to help connect key audiences to our region’s workforce development system.
The long wait is over: Muskegon County’s first craft brewery will be opening this summer a block from our office.
From the very moment when the guys behind Unruly Brewing informed Revel of their intentions to set up shop, we’ve been daydreaming of the moment when it would finally open its doors.
To help get their marketing off the ground, we’ve developed the all-new unrulybrewing.com. With visuals as sharp as the hops in a Revel Rouser IPA, it gives you a great taste of what it means to be Unruly.
Just please, don’t lick the screen.
West Michigan has been blessed with the service of Senior Resources for over 40 years. They are an Area Agency on Aging and serve Muskegon, Oceana and Ottawa counties in promoting the independence of older persons and their families.
We worked to capture the value and purpose of this indispensable agency in their new website.
Announcing the new seniorresourceswmi.org, complete with mobile version.
Why are you here? Why do you live in Muskegon County?
This is the question at the heart of the Community Foundation for Muskegon County's new video. The Revel-produced video premiered at the Foundation's Annual Gathering and Reception on June 27, 2013.
Revel also worked closely with the Community Foundation on their new campaign: "This is Not About Money." It's about so much more than dollars and cents. It's about making a difference, loving where you live, and giving back to places and causes in our community that help Muskegon County thrive.
Just as this summer’s resident sessions begin, YMCA Camp Pendalouan has a new website, designed and developed by Revel.
The sights of Pendalouan are on display with a highly graphical, rustic look plus easy to navigate and manage photo galleries.
“Our aim was to showcase as much of the camp experience as possible and to weave a visual story.” said Alicia Magnuson, Art Director at Revel. “We wanted our viewers to come away with a clear understanding of what Camp Pendalouan is all about, as well as allow parents to see what their children have been doing while at camp.”
Seaway Run has gone through big changes over the past year resulting in record participation for the over three decade-old race. As part of the the event’s reinvention, we were pleased to work with the Seaway Run group as well as community partners One in 21 and the Muskegon Family YMCA to present a new, streamlined website.
Revel unveiled our brand-new content management system on the new seawayrun.com site. It acts as a one-stop source for all information relating to the Seaway Run, the Seaway Expo, course maps, volunteer opportunities, and even pre-event training! It’s also a nexus point for registering online and connecting with the event on social media.
Join Revel's own Jason Piasecki in Grand Haven on Friday, June 7th to talk about "Leveraging LinkedIn".
Revel would like to congratulate one of our clients on a pair of top honors it received earlier this month. Grand Haven, Michigan-based Investment Property Associates (IPA), took home awards from the Arizona Multihousing Association for work at its newest property, Liv Avenida. Revel's wide scope of services were involved in the opening of the Chandler, Arizona property, including branding, print design, web design and development, content authoring, and more.
We send a big "cheers" to IPA in Grand Haven and Chandler on a successful property opening as well as for the great awards received from the AMA. We are excited to continue our work with IPA as they open several more Liv properties in the Phoenix area in the coming months.
Read more on the Liv Avenida awards after the jump.
For the fifth straight year, Revel’s work continues with the American Red Cross serving the Lakeshore and West Shore areas.
Retail is a tough business to master. Sometimes you may wish you just had someone to show you strategies to be successful.
In the beautiful lakefront city of Grand Haven, MI are a court of sages who are willing to impart their retail knowledge around the globe... and they have a proven track record of success to boot!
This spring, we’re excited to show off our work with Michigan’s own WhizBang! Training, including the brand new whizbangtraining.com. The website is the latest in a series of projects that has exercised all aspects of our range of services. It showcases the WhizBang! Training Retail Mastery System, their upcoming speaking tours and even jump-starts your quest for retail success with tips you can implement immediately.
you’ve driven around Muskegon County recently, you may have seen pairs
of billboards in a completely conspicuous, sunny yellow. A pile of
donuts here, a slipper there. Nearby, a second billboard makes you do a
double take: those donuts became weights, and the slipper became a
So what are all these billboards about? And why were they invading my TV during the NCAA basketball tournament?