Christine Green utilizes her online marketing expertise when working on local community projects.
She expresses her affection for Amesbury, Newburyport and Salisbury Beach by sharing and promoting community events with both her personal and professional social media followers, using advanced techniques for high reach and visibility.
The projects featured on this page were performed on a volunteer basis. A few included a small stipend.
Amesbury Election Night 2019
Christine was involved with the local election of 2019 on a volunteer basis.
She provided some consulting and used social media to assist candidates for Mayor, City Council, School Committee and Library Trustees.
She created this video from footage she shot on Election Night 2019 and considers it a love letter to her little city.
The Pink House
Christine is helping to Save the Pink House by producing this creatively-crafted informal video (from footage shot on her phone). She promotes the cause on both her personal Facebook profile and her fine art photography Facebook page. This local icon is important not only as a historic landmark, but because its unique, quaint beauty inspires photographers, artists and writers.
The Actor’s Studio of Newburyport
Christine has done marketing for The Actor’s Studio of Newburyport for several of their productions and fundraising events. This local black box theater provides programming of established plays, new original works, readers theater, acting workshops, musical performances, story slams, films, and other events valued by the community.
Christine created this video to help The Amesbury Friends Meeting and Whittier Home Museum increase their visibility while also promoting the 350th Anniversary of the town of Amesbury, Massachusetts.
Christine Green tapped her portfolio of Amesbury stock photographs as well as footage from another film she worked on that featured John Greenleaf Whittier. Christine also shot all the photos used to create this film.
This video was shared by hundreds of Amesbury residents who were celebrating their beloved town.
Christine created this video to help promote the town of Amesbury, Massachusetts once it was selected as a Top 10 small town in America finalist by The Small Business Revolution.
Christine tapped her portfolio of Amesbury fine art photographs that she had shot during all seasons over a period of years.
Social media engagement was key in how towns moved on to the Top 5 and then finally to become the winner that received six downtown business makeovers.
This video was shared by hundreds of enthusiastic Amesbury residents using the hashtag #MyAmesbury to get the attention of The Small Business Revolution team and accumulate online “hits.”
THe First Local Viral Video Christine Created in 2015:
Every year these lovely creatures are sighted feeding along High Street. They only stay a few days and it always seems to coincide with the annual Newburyport Yankee Homecoming celebration.
Posted by Christine Green's Creative Factory on Friday, July 31, 2015 - Lawn Chair Migration Video
Another 2015 Local Viral Video:
Local personalities from Amesbury and Newburyport share their astounding pumpkin spice adventures! We're more than pleased with the response to this "Local Viral" video.
Posted by Christine Green's Creative Factory on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 - The Secret Life of Pumpkin Spice Video
Amesbury Quakers Website
Christine Green designed and developed the new website for the Amesbury Friends Meeting. The site also features her photography.
Amesbury Quakers Facebook Page
Christine also creates content for and manages the Amesbury Quakers Facebook Page – photos, videos and designing graphics.
The Greater Newburyport Village
Christine is the social media marketing geek for The Greater Newburyport Village, a nonprofit membership organization powered by volunteers, that promotes living well and independently for a lifetime through community engagement and a network of neighborly support. She created and manages their Facebook Page shooting photos, producing videos and designing social media graphics.
Amesbury Carriage Museum
A dedicated group of Amesbury residents worked for years to make this museum a reality.
Christine shot this photo of the Carriage Museum’s Executive Director, John Mayer for an article featured in a local paper in the early days of planning.