Parachute Media is a Nashville-based advertising agency focused on implementing strategies that allow all digital platforms to work together instead of independently of each other. We use insights gained from social analytics to build creative campaigns that drive business results. We strive to have our clients view us as their in-house team rather than a distant third-party agency.
Content & Strategy
Identity & Branding
Digital & Print Production
We are super excited to have won some ADDY Awards this year, check it out!
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The audience targeting options on Facebook are endless (and a little creepy).
See how we built winning campaigns and why Facebook and Instagram took note.