For mineral exploration and junior resource companies, getting your story out there to attract investors is certainly necessary and challenging. Our approach to IR is one built on an inbound digital approach to compliment traditional IR strategies.
Our Digital IR services work around the clock, communicating your story and your project, augmenting the strengths of your IR team and widening your company's ability to connect with stakeholders, investors and industry media.
Both retail and institutional investors are turning to social media networks and blogs to gain better insights into potential investment decisions. These trends are best addressed through effective storytelling and information sharing on as many online platforms as possible.
Our Digital IR Strategies incorporate all things digital to get your story and your stock out there. From blog content writing, to social media (organic and directed), video storytelling and email, we take the news and updates from your operation and share it through a wide-range of media.
Connect with us today to see how Clear Creek Digital can broaden your Investor Relations strategy!
www.clearcreekdigital.com | Mining Stock Education, the creation and documentation of Bill Powers and his mining stock investment journey, is one of the more popular podcasts available to those interested in the junior resource market. In a time when audio is one of the more popular promotional tools junior miners can use to share their stories, Mining Stock Education brings a unique perspective to its listeners about the industry and some important ideas on due diligence.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | RAW Talks is an international non-profit organization using digital and mobile video to provide transparent dialogue and conversation about resources and global economies. They ask some of the world's leading experts in these various topics difficult questions. The delivery, however, is uncomplicated and easy to comprehend. Here is our interview with the RAW Talks team and how the series has evolved and where it is heading in the future.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | The Millennial Brain Trust is a group of 3 respected and young junior resource investors I pulled in to do a 30 minute podcast on how junior mining companies should engage with younger investors. On the flip side, we also chat about what young investors might look at when interested in junior mining stocks.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | Trevor Hall follows up with Northern Miner podcast host, Matthew Keevil about the year in review, how the podcast has evolved, what he's learned thus far, and how the medium fits well in the mining sector.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | Trevor Hall and Nick the Mining Book Guy discuss the opportunity spaces for junior resource companies to engage and communicate with younger investors. Nick provides a great backdrop to his approach to investment decisions and where he thinks companies might really improve communications.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | As social media and other digital communication channels turn to powerful displays of photography and video to capture initial attention, the mining industry is beginning to adopt those same principles and strategies with their communications. James Hodgins, a mining industry photographer, spoke with us about photos in social media, public perception of the industry and hist approach to his projects.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | Social media can be a powerful tool for junior resource companies to utilize when sharing their story and engaging new investors. Mickey Fulp, the Mercenary Geologist, discusses his use of social media and where the resource market has struggled with communications in this digital age.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | No matter what area of the mining industry each company lives in, that space needs to be dominated by those businesses and organizations. Here are 6 indicators to follow to make sure the marketing content you produce is effective in leveraging that authority.
www.clearcreekdigital.com | If we mine differently now than we did years ago, shouldn't we communicate differently as well? After all, technology and innovations have changed much about our mining operations. So why are we reluctant to adopt new communications innovations?