Tim Hogan utilizes his uniquely versatile experience in digital planning to develop creative campaigns for CLS Strategies. Recently named one of PR News’ “Rising PR Stars 30 and Under”, Tim has run complex digital campaigns that span a variety of industries and implement integrated, cross-platform online strategy to identify and influence key audiences.
Non-profits, political candidates, Fortune 500 companies, and prominent trade associations have all looked to Tim for the tools to mobilize their audiences, influence legislation, improve public perception and increase their membership. Tim’s services include a vast array of digital mediums, often including strategic development, creation of relevant messaging, graphical interface design and implementation of email marketing components, social media integration and analytical analysis of the impact of each campaign.
Tim’s unique understanding of graphic design, web languages and software implementation allows CLS Strategies to offer an incredibly centralized process for digital campaign deployment. Internationally, Tim has used these attributes to manage the digital operations for a presidential campaign in Argentina, developing social media strategies, engaging websites, and digital advertising efforts that effectively reached millions of voters.
Domestically, Tim has a track record of advocating for issue-based causes that support specific Congressional action, pending and current legislation and regulatory actions. Notably, his work on the “Don’t Comcast the Internet” campaign, which sought to oppose the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, was recognized as a finalist for PR Daily’s “Best Digital PR Campaign” award. In addition to telecommunications issues, Tim has also deployed successful grassroots campaigns for financial, transportation, and non-profit clients seeking meaningful action in Washington.
Prior to joining CLS Strategies, Tim was a Creative Services Associate at Xenophon Strategies, where he provided digital strategy and creative support for clients such as Airbus, the Salvation Army (U.S.A. and Canada), and numerous high-profile advocacy groups.