Starting today, Down Home Digital now operates BrownwoodNews.com and will begin to offer advertising packages in connection with our current social media management packages. BrownwoodNews.com is the leading local online news source, with 100% local news and advertising.
We are excited for the future.
In the last 2 years Dome Home Digital has partnered with over 65 local business and individuals to help them with their marketing needs including their social media presence, website design, videography, photography, printed materials and consulting on the best course of action for marketing their business in the digital age.Amanda and I are so excited about what the future holds for us and our family here at Down Home Digital. We thank all of our clients for their support as we continue to work hard for our community.
Thank you for believing in us & our business
Scott & Amanda Coers
Down Home Digital, L.L.C.
The Early Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, July 13th for Down Home Digital located in downtown Brownwood, Texas. Down Home Digital or “DHD” works to help local Brown County businesses connect with clients and customers through social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, as well as other sites.
Scott and Amanda Coers are the husband-and-wife dynamic duo behind Down Home Digital, combining their skills in graphic design, web building, writing, and advertising experience in social media. Down Home Digital strives to best represent the individual personality and preferences of each local Brown County business in order to foster loyalty and relationships with their customers and clients. Website and logo design, and are also available to help "brand" local businesses.
Scott studied Communication, Public Relations, and Theology at Howard Payne University. He has been a Graphic and Web Designer for over 10 years. He is also a skilled photographer and videographer. Scott’s aerial videos have gained attention recently through coverage of recent flooding.
Amanda is also a graphic designer, with web development experience and has been involved with social media for several years. Her food blog www.thecoersfamily.com has received over 1 million views in its first two years of publication and continues to be a high traffic site. She also has worked as a writer, and serves as a board member of the Brownwood Art Association as their publicist.
Together, the couple have seven children and are devoted to serving their community through business relationships as well as on a personal level, helping charity organizations with their services offered at a discount rate.
“We love working with locally owned businesses,” said Amanda. “They’re the heart of our community, they’re our neighbors and friends. We want to see them be successful and we really feel our skills in managing Facebook, website development and marketing can give these local businesses an edge over the big box stores. This is our home, and we want it to be the best it can be. We’re here to help make that happen.”
“It’s a bit of a mouthful, but businesses are busy with their business,” Scott added. “Handling social media and company websites and marketing can be a full time job. We want to let the business owners get back to their business while we take care of their online marketing.”
Down Home Digital has an office at 114 Center Avenue, suite 305 in downtown Brownwood. Interested individuals are welcome to call them at 325-200-1169 or visit their website: www.downhomedigital.net
DHD is excited to now offer affordable Family Picture Packages in Brownwood! For only $200 you'll have a one hour photo session at a location of your choosing, and 20-30 high resolution, digitally edited images on a thumb drive. Portrait packages include:
And more! Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 325-200-1169 to check for availability.
Local Brownwood photographer, Scott Coers, won “Best Overall Image” in the fourth annual Stars of Texas Digital Photo Shootout on Saturday, January 30th. The competition is similar to the Stars of Texas Paint-Off event in that a digital photograph is to be completed within a set period of time. Participating photographers were asked to capture an image of something old within the city limits. Coers’ picture, “The Vet” was a black and white composition featuring Bill James, a retired Naval Veteran, enjoying an afternoon with friends and fellow veterans at the VFW.
This year’s Photo Shootout was sponsored by Bostick’s Auto and Truck Sales as part of the Stars of Texas Juried Art Exhibit. The contest began at noon on Saturday with 18 participating photographers. Competitors were given three hours to produce fully edited photos ready for judging. This year’s Photo Shootout juror was Mr. Ben Sum, Associate Professor with San Angelo State University’s Art Department.
“The intent of the event is to show that photography is a little more involved than pointing a camera at something and going ‘click.’ It requires knowledge of competition, colors, contrast. We hope to educate the public to see the photographers putting their knowledge to work, telling a story with their photograph, and seeing the artistry that is involved. It’s more than just hitting a few buttons,” said Roger Levesque, Photo Shootout event coordinator.
Coers’ winning photo will be on display as part of the 18th annual Stars of Texas Juried Art Exhibit at The Depot Saturday February 7th-19th. For more information about the exhibit and other events, visit their website: www.starsoftexasjuriedartexhibit.com.
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