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Attending a small town public elementary school afforded me the use of a small town elementary school library. Heroically under-funded and managed by a white-haired curator, the school library provided two sets of volumes that made a deep impression on my life.
I recently had occasion to view a presentation by Brad Karsh of JB Training Solutions on “Managing Millennials In Today’s Workforce.” I must say, it had a significant impact on the way that I, who have now become one of “those old guys,” understand the newer folks that have come into our agency world. These folks were born between 1981 and 2000, about the time that I
In our inaugural podcast, Kyle Floyd, Associate Creative Director, talks to Emily Reeves about the power of music in creative communications. We listen to some samples of music and talk about their implications for the message.
The next picture you take with your digital camera, pay attention to the “click” sound it makes. It was an indication that a picture has been taken, but your camera doesn’t have a traditional shutter, so why did the camera manufacturer make it sound like one?
I recently had the pleasure of listening to Paul Rand, President and CEO of the Zocalo Group, one of the nation’s largest word-of-mouth and social media marketing agencies talk about the growing importance of making the brands we represent as agencies brands that are “recommendable.” He went on to talk about the power of recommendations, citing a Nielsen study that found 92% of p
Does online display advertising drive search traffic and results? I believe it does and I have for some time now. I’ve seen the combination work many times for Stone Ward clients. Pre-target, an ad targeting software company, agrees and has pulled together a simple yet educational infographic on the subject. This infographic shows that display and search are not as far apart as some advertisers think. It also shows how display ads aren’t