the communicators club programs

Rescheduled to March 27 ...

“Creating Content for Social and Web”

Our program with Jake Messier had been postponed due to weather.

March 27, 11:45-1:15 luncheon / Smokestack Urban BBQ, Green Street, Worcester

If you could not make the original date of March 13, you can

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Every social post you publish reflects your brand. Every word on your website matters. If you’re sloppy, your company/organization will look sloppy, too. Even worse, it could undermine your success on your most important digital platforms.

Jake Messier, CEO for HEARD Strategy & Storytelling - photograph of March 13 speaker at The Communicators Club

Jake Messier, CEO for HEARD Strategy & Storytelling

That’s why it’s important to write well. Social media and web copy writing requires some unique skills. You need to be able to cram as much value into as few words as possible while being consistent and engaging at all times.

With more than 25 years of experience, Jake Messier will point his Communicators Club audience in that very direction on Tuesday, March 27. He is a marketing and communications executive with deep roots in brand building, reputation management, team management, consumer marketing, strategic communications and advertising.

The Communicators Club will engage with Jake at a luncheon meeting from 11:45 to 1:15 Tuesday, March 13 at Smokestack Urban Barbecue. It’s a TCC favorite spot at 139 Green Street in Worcester. Don’t miss this web-focused professional development and networking opportunity.

A masterful storyteller, Jake’s award-winning video production work has served  brands and integrated marketing campaigns that stand out. Prior to starting his own business he served as marketing director for WGBH, The Antiques Roadshow and Boston Conservancy and Vice President of Client Services at Callanan & Klein Communications, Executive Director of Alumni Relations at WPI and as an assignment editor at CBS News. He also worked in media affairs for the U.S. Marine Corps during his service from 1992-2001.

Jake also can be found spending time with his wife, three children, and his beloved Australian Herding Dogs.

Let’s see you on March 27!

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