Status Labs has turned into one of the more prominent social media and brand management companies operating in the United States today. Led by CEO Darius Fisher, the company has turned the corner on one impressive year of work. Dating back to last year we have seen Fisher and Status Labs grow by leaps and bounds, catapulting themselves into prominence. Now the company is focused on another year to celebrate and they’ll be doing it by doubling down on what makes Status Labs so special.
Status Labs was initially founded with 25 expert workers in the field of online brand management. Now, after a year of hard work, the group has grown to include 35 different professionals. Their skills range from SEO writing to social media specialization and all the way back to public relation strategy and digital marketing. With the internet becoming such an exercise in personal branding, whether desired or not, there has become more room for companies like Status Labs to grow and to succeed.
This past year we have seen the company take up arms for noble causes. Status Labs rallied around embattled Mizzou professor Melissa Click after a single video went viral, thus ruining her career. This was the first truly pro bono work that Darius Fisher and Status Labs took on and it became somewhat of a rallying point for the company.
Along with the Click case we have also seen Status Labs, and Darius Fisher, step up to the plate in regards to charity work around their home state of Texas. The company is now involved with organizations like the Capital Food Bank of Texas, Dress for Success, The Blood & Tissue Center of Central Texas, and much more. Proudly serving these individuals in the world of charity has given more room for Status Labs to grow on their own platform.