Google is one of the most dominant tech companies in the world. Considered one of the “Big Four” tech giants in the United States, Alphabet—Google’s parent company—is worth more than $1 trillion. And with more than 80% of the market share, it’s safe to say Google dominates the search engine industry. However, the U.S. Justice Department recently filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google that alleges abuse of its dominance over smaller competitors by operating like an illegal monopoly. This recent lawsuit stands to greatly impact SEO marketing in Denver in the near future.
Robert Kelly went from world-renowned political pundit to internet sensation overnight in 2017 when his live interview on BBC News was charmingly interrupted by his young children. Long before the days of constant Zoom meetings and work-from-home orders, this type of interruption seemed almost novel. Thanks to the pandemic, they are now fairly commonplace. In Twitter’s most recent ad, Robert Kelly is back to show you how to stay focused and avoid distractions. And as a social media agency in Denver, we’re always on the lookout for engaging ads—especially with pop culture references—so we’re here to share our thoughts on this witty advertisement.
Every business needs a website to stay competitive in today’s market. If you’re eager to get a new site for your business or redesign your current one, you’re likely starting to research professional website design agencies. And in the ever-growing city of Denver, that can prove to be challenging. From large entities to small businesses, there are plenty of Denver web design companies at your fingertips. So, how can you ensure you’re making the right decision and hiring the right web designers for your business needs?
As the presidential race enters the final few weeks, we’ve all seen plenty of political ads. However, a new political ad in support of presidential-hopeful Joe Biden has caught everyone’s attention because it’s unlike any we’ve ever seen before. The ad centers on the fact that Donald Trump is the first U.S. president in more than 100 years who doesn’t have a dog. With the tagline, “choose your humans wisely,” the ad appeals to people across party lines through a beloved human interest: dogs. And it’s incredibly effective. Here’s why, according to a top Denver marketing firm.
Everyone at FiG is pleased to announce the revival of a partnership with a well-established small business, Creative Treatment Options. This Denver-based business operates as an outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment agency. In the past, we supported Creative Treatment Options (CTO) by leveraging our branding expertise and web-design expertise. Several years have passed and now CTO is ready for a custom redesign of their site. As a custom Denver website-design company, FiG was thrilled to have another opportunity to work once more with this past client.
It should go without saying that marketing is incredibly important to the success of your small business. Without the right marketing measures in place, you’ll fail to attract customers for your business. But that doesn’t mean any old generic marketing campaign will do the trick. Your tactics need to be well-targeted and appropriate for your business. And it’s not always easy to develop a campaign on your own. As Denver marketing experts, we’re here to help you navigate the right path towards marketing success.
How will advertising continue to be shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic? That’s a question many business owners are asking as coronavirus cases in the U.S. continue to rise, sparking concern that the next big wave of infections has already begun. Here at FiG Advertising + Marketing, a top Denver SEO agency, we’ve shifted our style of advertising to meet a new reality—or a “new normal,” if you will.
However, a lot of these advertising changes will have implications long after we return to in-person work. No matter when that may be, it’s safe to say the recent adjustments to social distancing, remote work, and online shopping will forever shape the advertising industry.
A man shouts to a bus full of people on his morning commute that he’s browsed eight different sites for divorce attorneys. A woman whispers her login information to a stranger in a movie theatre. A commuter on her way from work tells a stranger her home is in 1,000 feet. A speed walker tells everyone he passes what his heart rate is. A woman shouts her credit card number over a microphone in the middle of a busy park. Some of these overshares are slightly embarrassing and some can be considered privacy violations, but they’re all examples from Apple’s most recent “Over Sharing” ad. And as a top Denver ad agency, we’re going to examine it closer and discuss what this privacy ad gets right.