Author Archives: Uproar

Occasionally, we like to toot our own horn. We are good at what we do and if you are in need, let’s talk. If you personally are running a company or marketing department and have all the tools and time to do this madness – go for it. But, otherwise, Uproar can help in any […]

Yes, we love Halloween!  It is a gentle reminder that the “big” holidays are around the corner and marketing strategies are in place, if not already implemented. Our clients are usually geared up for this holiday push – but time flies and if that holiday marketing strategy is not already functional, we suggest a simple […]

word of mouth

“Nielsen reports that 92% of consumers believe suggestions from friends and family more than advertising. … And 74% of consumers identify word of mouth as a key influencer in their purchasing decisions.”


June is loaded with days of celebration. In fact, one of our former graphic designers, Nick, is getting married this month in California and the guests are to enjoy a towering doughnut wedding cake from Johnny Doughnuts in San Rafael, California.


  Uproar Communications has successfully renewed our 2019 WBENC Certification. Download and View Certification (PDF)   About WBENC   The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), founded in 1997, is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States. WBENC, a national 501(c)(3) non-profit, partners with 14 Regional […]

Earth Day is always a gentle reminder of the simple things we as companies can do to bring attention to the many efforts of conservation and environmentalism. Examples of the effort on behalf of corporate American are many: for instance, “Land’s End promises to donate $4.50 to the Save Our Monarchs Foundation for every monarch […]

There are several days each year which Uproar marks to remind our staff to “Get a flu shot”.

basketball madness

Ok, the madness has begun!! Who’s to win? “What has been developed is a contemporary method of looking at teams analytically” says Dan Gavitt, senior VP of basketball for the NCAA®.