• 14
    Jan
    2016

    “So tell me, what is it you do exactly?” – Your Father-In-Law, Thanksgiving Dinner, 2015

    If you work in advocacy or grassroots, this is likely a question you are asked quite often by friends and family that don’t schedule vacations based on the congressional calendar. And answering is not so easy.

    With both the Public Affairs Council Grassroots and PAC conferences coming up, we decided to ask advocacy leaders to try to explain their profession:

     

  • 21
    May
    2015

    The paint is dry and the dust has settled – Beekeeper Group has officially moved into its new offices.

    Just like bees in nature we knew our old hive was too small, so we swarmed off and started a new one. The new space is at 1101 14th Street NW in downtown Washington and has an “urban agricultural” vibe using reclaimed barn wood walls to accent the open floor plan and industrial garage door dividers.

    It’s been a…

  • 29
    Jan
    2015

    Whether you’re heading to Key West next week for the Public Affairs Council National Grassroots Conference or hanging back (because clearly you hate fun and learning!), we think you’ll enjoy this visualization of what the location has to offer.

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    Data and palm trees aside, we’re looking forward to seeing…

  • 13
    Nov
    2014

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    While it’s easy to spark up a stimulating, in-person conversation, maintaining your audience’s interest via a Twitter chat is another story.

    In today’s digital environment, Twitter chats are being used by organizations as a tool to…

  • 22
    Aug
    2014

    Earlier this year, one of Beekeeper’s clients was in the middle of a large online advertising campaign when they noticed something strange: ad clicks, which had been gradually increasing for several weeks, suddenly skyrocketed. Over two days, total spend (determined by the number of times someone clicks on an ad) jumped nearly 400 percent. Nothing had changed — messaging, ad copy, and issue status all remained untouched.