News & Commentary Straight from Think HQ

  • Commentary March 13, 2018

    What is Lumin?

    What is Lumin?

    The recently launched Lumin is an online learning platform for the development of marketing, social media and communications skills.

    Created by communications agency Think HQ, Lumin is designed specifically for the social change and community sectors.

    Founder of Lumin and Think HQ, Jen Sharpe created the platform to empower and educate organisations in their communications efforts.

    “From working with clients in this space, we understand that the reality is many organisations don’t have the budget and resources to engage a communications agency, but desperately need this knowledge and guidance.”

    Lumin is designed to account for all levels of experience, empowering those who have little experience to learn the basics but also for those who already have some knowledge on the topic to build upon this.

    Video courses with Think HQ experts educate Lumin members on the basics of setting up a Facebook page, writing a media release, pitching to the press and more.

    Lumin provides...

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  • Case Studies December 18, 2017

    EPA Beach Report

    Summer time means beach time! Think HQ worked with the EPA to create two videos to educate the public via social media about water pollution risk in popular swimming spots - and how to access water quality forecasts and warnings.

    To access more information about the water quality of Port Phillip Bay and the Yarra River, please visiting here.

    We were delighted to work with the EPA after digitising their organisational strategy earlier in the year. You can view our work by visiting here.

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  • News September 07, 2017

    Jean Hailes for Women's Health microsite

    Jean Hailes recently launched the results of their 2017 Jean Hailes for Women’s Health survey. Think HQ has worked with Jean Hailes, from collecting data, to interpreting and communicating the results in a purpose built microsite. From launch, thousands of people around Australia have visited the site – with an average time on page of more than four minutes.

    You can check out the results at https://jeanhailes.org.au/survey2017/

    To secure responses from over 10,000 women in Australia, Think HQ undertook a mixture of stakeholder engagement and social media advertising. This represented a 209% increase on the 3,236 responses recorded in 2016. You can read more about this work here:

    http://think-hq.com.au/news-and-commentary/post/jean-hailes-womens-health