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Bringing A Greater Purpose To Life With HopeNWellness

Friday, April 27th, 2018
Feeding America

A long-time client of ours is expanding his reach to help the community. Chiropractor and owner of Ideal Health, Dr. Greg Funk, launched HopeNWellness, an online affiliate of Metagenics supplements. Fifty percent of the sales through HopeNWellness go to Feeding America, which helps provide food for hungry families in the United States.

The Story Of HopeNWellness

As a practitioner of alternative medicine, Dr. Funk is passionate about helping his patients live happier, healthier lives. He believes that the body can be harnessed as a tool to improve overall wellness, but under certain scenarios, it needs a little assistance.

In order to help his patients live a well-balanced life, Dr. Funk turned to Metagenics. Metagenics creates all natural supplements that aid the body in becoming the all-powerful tool it has the capability to be. From immune health and function to muscle, bone, and joint health, Metagenics has products to support any weakness that is holding you back from reaching your full potential.

As Dr. Funk started recommending Metagenics products to his patients that were presenting with problems that required additional support, he began to consider how he could make an even bigger impact on the community and its wellness. With two daughters at home, Dr. Funk has always been devoted to the youngest of generations. In seeking a way to fulfill a larger purpose, Dr. Funk found the organization, Feeding America. With more than 13 million children and 41 million Americans facing hunger every day, he didn’t think twice about forming a partnership.

FiG Advertising – Your Partner For Affiliate Marketing

As a partner of Metagenics, Dr. Funk sells the products on behalf of the parent organization. He needed someone to develop a site that would be compatible with the Metagenics e-commerce website, as well as build a loyal audience who are as passionate about the cause as he is.

The Naming Process & Logo Design

HopeNWellness

Dr. Funk worked closely with our graphic designer to develop a brand identity that represents everything this project means to him. That started with the naming of his organization. The name HopeNWellness encompasses the two key goals for the organization – hope for Americans that are unable to get sustenance on their own and wellness for all, achieved through nutrition, supplements or both.

From there we went into logo development. The final product resulted in two lines that cross to form a circle, which represents the two key goals of hope and wellness and how they work together to create the complete picture of overall wellness.

Website Design & Marketing Automation

The website followed. Designed with the HopeNWellness brand standards, we created a comprehensive blog site for consumers to get detailed insight on Metagenics products. All the content is set up with marketing automation software to distribute to current and potential consumers, as well as included in a robust social media campaign to increase overall awareness and engagement.

Dr. Funk and our content writer will be teaming up to generate content each month to help the target audience get to know Metagenics and HopeNWellness.

We are honored to be working with Dr. Funk to help bring this project to fruition for a greater purpose.


If you’d like to learn more about the organization HopeNWellness serves, Feeding America, click here.

If you’re interested in learning more about Metagenics, you can visit the HopeNWellness site here.

Finally, if you have a dream project that you’d like to pursue, contact the branding and marketing experts at FiG Advertising + Marketing today to schedule a consultation.

The 5 Love Languages of Branding

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016
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The New York Times bestseller, The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman, gives us insight into the most effective ways to communicate love. He outlines the five languages as Quality Time, Words of Affirmation, Physical Touch, Acts of Service, and Gift Giving. Chapman asserts that everyone has a primary love language, but not everyone shares the same one. And therein lies the friction in many relationships. One person’s primary language may not match their partners, so they simply don’t communicate their love in the language in which the other can hear it.

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Small Business Opportunities with Snapchat

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

The last two months we offered you a crash course in Snapchat 101 and outlined some of the unique features of the phone application. This month we are going to discuss some of the small business opportunities with Snapchat.

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Case Study: StaffScapes Website Launch

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

This month’s case study is a review of our client, StaffScapes and their website activity since their new site launch on July 20th. (more…)