Have you ever wondered how musicians and music artists go about getting radio play? Have you ever thought about how they make money with it? Well, let’s talk about it!
Our first book as a company and team of creatives that has gone on to be a top-seller in its category. We couldn’t be more thrilled.
When Helps2 brought on a community college as a client, the biggest challenge was obvious – the scale and depth of content to promote. Years later, their classes are full and their content is better than ever.
The relationship between Helps2 and BaMatooke Made, a social enterprise born out of Parents Empowering Children and Youth Uganda, started at the launch of BaMatooke’s business by their need of a logo to lead its brand. This process needed to be done quickly for this particular client, within three weeks.
What do you do when you have a metric boat-load of inventory to sell but people aren’t busting-down your door to buy from you? Rebel Girl®, a women’s clothing line geared toward motorcycle culture, was desperate for a solution to such a plight when they found Helps2 in 2015. We made them profitable in 3 weeks.
Having maintained their online presence for over 8 years now, the Executive Director of Evangel Home said to us, “Bringing in $60,000 at an annual fundraising event hardly happens without an online community that cares,” making a point to let us know that we helped make that happen.
Since it’s founding back in 1982, Dorothy’s Place has always had a huge heart, but its place in the World Wide Web . . . not so huge. We helped them find their voice online and raised over $88,000 in the process.
With a budget of $90 and four hours remaining in the 2016 Los Angeles Labor Day Music Festival’s “Battle of the Bands”, we helped our very own Gabriella “Martay” gain enough votes to break into the top 5. This gave her the opportunity to open for internationally known rapper Snoop Dogg and play with Los Lonely Boys.