For the past decade, the digital market space for advertisements has been playing an aggressive game of catch-up with traditional forms of advertisements.

In 1980, if you wanted to open a sandwich shop, it wasn’t too hard. You rented out some readily available commercial space, brought in the right ingredients, began operations, purchased some print advertisements, and started gaining customers. Back then, marketing costs were simple, easy to manage and understand.

We are so excited to announce our new partnership with The Bounce Place, a business dedicated to creating safe, fun, and exciting indoor playgrounds for young children. The owners, Bruce and Michelle, had realized that larger trampoline parks and play areas were usually environments that prioritized the needs of larger, more active “big kid” audiences, which meant those trampoline parks were unsafe and frightening for younger ages.

Can digital marketing really help you grow your business? The answer is yes! And we'll tell you how.

Did you know that 330 million people worldwide have some sort of visual impairment? Did you know that this audience has more than $1 trillion – yes, trillion with a “T” - in disposable income? Are your digital marketing efforts inadvertently leaving out a major percentage of your target audience? Let's go over some best practices for marketing accessibility to ensure that you're not losing an audience that's equivalent to the population of the entire United States.

Recently, Google announced some big changes that would be coming to their marketing tools with the hopes of making the wide variety of products easier to understand and use. Google continues to dominate the search engine marketing landscape and staying ahead of the ever-evolving technology means continuous innovation and, often, new and revamped products.

We are excited to announce that we are teaming up with waste-oil recycling firm, Interstate Energy, Inc.

As with many of the other popular themes in marketing, Micro-Moments have become a common buzzword that is thrown around in conversations. The idea of a micro-moment was introduced a few years back but has become increasingly more popular as consumer behavior continues to adapt to a digital-centric mindset. But, what does this idea mean for your business?

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