Your organization has a great deal to gain from Millennials. Here are 3 reasons to make sure your organization targets Millennials in your marketing efforts.
Without a doubt the most important factor in any business is the client. Without them there wouldn’t be a business and to keep them means growing a successful business.
Graduating from college is great, but it’s kind of scary. If you don’t already have a job lined up, you’re kind of stressed and you have to figure out what the heck you are going to do with your
When it comes to building a successful website, one of the most important factors to consider is conversions.
First off, the “real world” is terrifying. For the past 22 years of your life, you have been told what to do, but now you are making your own rules.
A company’s logo is its most significant visual element. Over time, it becomes synonymous with the brand itself. When large companies make a change on this front, it’s generally well-executed and
When it comes to achieving and maintaining high search rankings, one of the key components is fresh content. Google loves fresh content, and Google is king of the search engines. If you want your webs
The creative drought: every creative’s nightmare and reality at some point or another. It’s a moment where passion fizzles into a dull flicker, or can even burn out completely. So what’s a creat
Getting your brand started on social media can be difficult. You have to balance the human aspects of creating an authentic feel, the analytical aspect of building a community that continues to grow o
Clients often approach us for their tactical touchpoints, otherwise known as “the stuff.” They want websites, marketing collateral, a video or a campaign. Of course we are happy to fulfill the pr
I can’t tell you how many times a client/potential client has called asking me to write and distribute a press release. Five years ago I would happily oblige, but those days have come and gone.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants to make sure consumers have updated nutritional information for packaged foods sold in the United States. This will help people make informed decisions abou
Over the past couple of months, we’ve seen a reports popping up of a possible change to Twitter, and a big one at that. Rumors floated that Twitter, known for its strict adherence to 140 characters
Over the past few years, we have come to enjoy an outing for lunch where we visit one of two food truck destinations in Fort Worth. It’s quite a fun experience where we all order from different truc
Immotion Studios has an immediate position available for a concept graphic designer with experience to join its creative team.
Social media marketers have been vexed by Facebook’s 20% Ad rule for some time now. For those who are unfamiliar with Facebook's rule, it states that an ad or boosted post may not include more than
With Instagram’s transition to an algorithm -based feed, brands are no longer guaranteed an audience. Previously if you posted something you wanted seen, your followers would presumably see it as lo
In a recent interview, Jonathan Graf gave insight into the journey he has been on that led him to become a graphic designer. He explains the rigors of his profession and how each of his experiences ha
Blue Bell is back! And in Texas, people like Jayson Lindley, would tell you that means we finally have ice cream back in our state.
Facebook is notorious for making changes to their app, but its notifications tab has always remained the same; however, that is all about to change. Facebook’s new notification “cards” will not