By the end of 2023, it’s likely we’ll be saying goodbye to third-party cookies. And while this will certainly create new challenges for marketers, it also creates opportunities for improvement in the ways we advertise. Referred to by some as the “cookiepocolypse,” most marketers are feeling fairly uncertain about the future. Here’s what Denver ad agencies are doing to prepare for the ever-evolving changes in ad-tech.
Throughout the recent pandemic, travel restrictions were imposed far and wide across the country. Now that vaccination rates are steadily climbing, many Colorado residents are eager to start traveling once again. And United Airlines has sought to capitalize upon those eager travelers with their newest ad campaign. As a top media buyer in Denver, we wanted to offer our two cents on this advertising strategy.
The majority of website design experts agree businesses should upgrade their sites every 2-3 years. However, that is not a hard and fast rule. Every business is different and every business's website is different too. Don't base your decision to upgrade your web design in Denver solely on time elapsed.
Every brand needs a logo. That's business 101. But that doesn't mean every logo is amazing. There are some exceptional logos and some good ones, but there are also plenty of terrible logos out there today. So, how do you make a logo memorable, impactful, and iconic? As experts in logo design in Denver, we're here to share our insights on this topic.
The pandemic and resulting economic downturn changed just about every aspect of our lives. We hunkered down in March of 2020 thinking quarantine would last only two weeks. Fast forward to the present day, over a year later, and we are still following strict guidelines to slow the spread, despite nearly 50% of American adults having received at least one vaccine dose. As a small business owner, you have undoubtedly been impacted by the pandemic in profound ways. And even with the relief packages, your business may still be struggling, especially in terms of your marketing. Here’s how COVID-19 has changed marketing for small businesses.