Accolades and Mentions
We love the work we do! It turns out we’re not alone. Here are some of the latest awards and recognition we’ve received.
Everywhere Agency wins three American Marketing Association AMY awards. Winning in the categories for best multicultural advertising, best entertainment marketing, and best entertainment marketing for a TV series. Gaining recognition for client campaigns with UP TV, Kelley Blue Book, and Macy's.
Everywhere Agency picked up two coveted AMY Awards with Lynzee Jablonka being named the Rising Star and #GilmoreTheMerrier winning in the entertainment category.
Everywhere Agency goes three for three at the PRSA Phoenix Awards, gaining recognition for campaigns for clients UP TV, Autotrader, and OshKosh B’Gosh.
Everywhere Agency and UP TV win a Platinum Summit International Award for marketing effectiveness in the social media category for their #GilmoreTheMerrier campaign.
Everywhere Agency and UP TV’s #GilmoreTheMerrier scores a silver WOMMY for most effective/creative use of an influencer marketing program.
Everywhere received the Gold Social Davey Award for its collaboration with the High Museum of Art and its Iris van Herpen exhibition. The Silver Content Marketing Davey was given for their work on OshKosh B’gosh’s #BreakForSpring campaign.
Everywhere Agency won two PRSA Phoenix Awards in the word of mouth category, on behalf of the High Museum of Art for the #TransformingFashion exhibition campaig, and in the blogger campaign category for the OshKosh B’gosh #BreakForSpring initiative.
Everywhere Agency was named a finalist in the TAG Marketing Awards in the “Best Integrated Marketing Campaign of the Year – Large Enterprise (Company at or over $500M)” category for our work with OshKosh B’gosh and their #BreakForSpring campaign.
We’re making headlines! Get a closer look at Everywhere Agency through the interviews we’ve given and the write-ups that include our perspectives.
Social Shake-Up senior content leader Sophie Maerowitz asked Kombol about measuring influencer effectiveness and the future of influencer marketing, among other topics. Kombol believes measurement will grow in importance as brands seek to prove the effectiveness of influencers. Kombol's edited responses are below.
There's no question that content marketing is among the most viable methods for businesses to plan and execute their marketing strategies. Here are a few trends experts believe are just around the corner.
Some agencies develop a creative process that inadvertently leads to a sub-par final product. Here are some common mistakes agencies make with their creative process, and how they can seek to fix those problems. Danica featured in "15 Mistakes Agencies Make In Their Creative Content Process (And How To Fix Them)"
With so many marketing channels available, it’s essential that organizations only invest in channels that actually prove their worth. Here's where to put your advertising money this year for optimal results. Danica featured in "Making The Most Of This Year's Advertising Budgets: 15 Expert Tips"
A recent Wall Street Journal article, citing reduced engagement and featuring several brand marketers who are disappointed with their return on influencer investment, has us asking: Has the influencer marketing bubble burst? Danica gives her insights here.
15 members of Forbes Agency Council, including Danica, share some of the key items brands should check off when revamping their sales funnel to carry out the process successfully.
For companies looking at video marketing to aid their campaigns, Danica and 12 experts from Forbes Agency Council offer insight into what strategies work best to ensure success.
The Social Shake-Up interviewed Danica Kombol, CEO of Everywhere Agency and founding board member of the IMA, to learn more about how the organization intends to “help establish parameters and guardrails for this growing and changing industry,” per the official release.
Danica, among others Forbes Agency Council members look at several methods for combining SEO with social media to produce a seamless marketing campaign that leverages the benefits of both systems.
"A common phrase I hear: 'You really are EVERYWHERE!' Indeed I travel, lots, and I actually love it. However truth? I didn't always "love" extreme business travel so I adopted a few survival tactics. Here I am on CNN sharing my road warrior tips!"
If you are too short-staffed during the summer months, work can start to pile up. Danica gives her advice with other Forbes Agency Council members on managing employees' work when they’re gone.
Definitions aside, there’s little doubt about the importance of influencers. A new survey from PR News and Meltwater, a media intelligence company, found overwhelming support for the use of influencers. Danica weighs in on the results.
With all of the buzz around influencer marketing, it’s easy to forget that sometimes your most influential partners are right in your own back yard. Check out Danica's featured post asking, "Why Aren’t You Leveraging Internal Brand Ambassadors in Your Marketing?"
Danica weighs in on the foundations of building a community for your brand via social media, explaining that, “Communities come together around a need, a cause or interest... Self-serving communities never work”. Read more!
Recent attention around nano-influencers has marketers acting like it's the newest thing since sliced bread. Check out Danica's featured post on "Why You Need Nano-Influencers Now."
Danica contributed as a guest blogger to give her thoughts on why influencer marketing is not only perfect for consumer brands who are selling products, but "it’s also equally powerful for health and community organizations who are trying to influence opinion or educate consumers."
Danica speaks to the benefits of allowing fur friends at the office. Read the article to see why supporting canine camaraderie goes far beyond their cuteness and stress-relieving tendencies.
Danica weighs in on Everywhere Agency’s choice to celebrate the holidays by giving back to the Atlanta community.
Danica shares her favorite answer to the classic interview question, why should we hire you?
Atlanta Business Chronicle Names Women Who Mean Business
Danica shares her insights into how even a “joke” on social media can have extremely serious consequences.
Danica is interviewed on how working moms really can have it all, and the age of the momtrepreneur.
Danica weighs in on AJC about just repercussions and the statute of limitations when it comes to social media miss-steps.
Danica is interviewed by PRSA about how PR professionals can utilize influencers in so many exciting ways!
Danica wrote a blog post for the SaportaReport all about the amazing new app that Dragon Army designed for the United Way of Greater Atlanta. Apps like this could change the way that people think about volunteering.
Danica is quoted discussing the Influencer Marketing Association, the first ever trade organization in this industry founded by Everywhere, and 4 other power-house agencies.
Voyage ATL takes a look at Danica’s career trajectory and the journey of Everywhere Agency.
Ever wondered which brand mascots Danica Kombol and other advertising pros would like to roadtrip with? Look no further.
Divorces are stressful enough without making every detail public via the Internet. Danica offers her tips on social media protocol post-split.
Danica Kombol knows that if there’s one time to put away your phone and be present, it’s on your wedding day.
For job seekers, there are some crucial don’ts to avoid in the hiring process. Here, Danica shares her biggest no-nos.
Danica revels her biggest lessons learned throughout her career and as an entrepeneur in this interview with Emma Loggins.
Everywhere’s CEO Danica Kombol was joined by members of Atlanta’s business community in raising money to help homeless youth by sleeping outside with Covenant House.
Danica Kombol is one of the newly elected members of the WOMMA Board of Directors. She is committed to the overall growth and preservation of the organization and its commitment to ethical marketing practices.
When it comes to influencer and social media marketing, we know a thing or two and are always eager to share the insights we’ve gained through evolving with the industry since 2009.