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When we are at our best, Mandala is an idea factory. Ideas need inspiration and we thought you might like to see some of the things that inspire us.
Dude is that your real hair?
Christiano Ronaldo & Nike - what’s not to like?
2X REFERRAL :-)
Seems appropriate that we made this post on tumblr given its growing role in the digital ecosystem…
As mobile internet usage increases the question is not whether you need a mobile website but when?!
Mobile search on Google accounts for 33% – a third of Google’s entire search, this figure has increased x5 in the last 2 years.
If you’re a company that can offer services locally to your customers, I recommend that you join Google Places and Google Adwords and that you create geo-specific adverts for your audience.
Local targeting is so important as a recent Google survey found that;
As smartphones and tablets are increasingly accompanying us no matter where we go – they are becoming our new shopping partner, our new shopping friend!
The buying process has evolved to checking prices, verifying processes and making sure we are getting the best deal.
Know what device people are using to browse the web, when and where – makes it easier for you to target your audience by device and time of day.
We know all of this, we know that mobile, tablet and desktop search is different. What we don’t know is why we should pay attention to this….
What you need to consider is that people are using different search means, they are judging them differently and that it’s no longer acceptable to offer your customers a poor mobile experience!
The fact of the matter is people will judge your entire business on the medium that they have used to search – whether you have a customer service or a brochure site – expectations have changed.
Did you know?
Mobile optimization can increase sales, generate more traffic, and boost customer engagement. One of the most notable difference is the number of sponsored ads in the SERPS.
Having two, opposed to three sponsored ads, makes Google ads more competitive but the implications of not bidding competitively are damming – CTR drops 90% when ads are below the fold!
What to take away;
Smartphones and tablet devices have become an indispensable part of our daily lives. They have transformed consumer behavior and help us navigate the world.
It is paramount that we include mobile website functionality and targeted mobile advertising as part of our marketing strategy to meet the demand and expectations of our customer.
A community standing together to support each other is a beautiful thing - cancer is not.
Sneak peek behind the scenes of the Sky Lakes Medical Center TV Spot “Be A Hero”
One site, one CMS, any form factor.
We’ve got a couple of case studies on our website that detail the success Linfield College has had in recent years.
Work we love
Launch of the Marketing Cloud - cover art on AdWeek.
Historic fly over of the Golden Gate Bridge by Space Shuttle Endeavor on its way south to LA.
National award for our work for Cessna.
“Why We Live Here” - part of a series. Filmed on location at Ranch at the Canyons.
Dear Photograph turns one. Visit the link to learn about how the simple idea of placing an old photograph inside a new one has taken hold of the emotions and memories of 1,000’s from around the world: http://dearphotograph.com/post/22807278511/dear-photograph-look-out-big-sis-im-catching-up
MANAGE FACEBOOK PAGE with this new iPhone app. Business happens fast - this app lets you manage our Brand’s Facebook Page from anywhere.
Facebook unveiled its new app on Monday that lets you manage your branded Facebook page from your iPhone.
Using the Facebook Pages Manager app you can respond, post and comment on your page, plus post updates and photos. Just install the free app, then log in to your Facebook account.
Last week, the app rolled out to markets around the globe for beta testing, reported Mobile Burn, and now all U.S. users can download it from the App Store. The new app requires iOS 4.2 or later.
Facebook is a fan of apps, after all. In March, the company announced it will launch its own app store that will enable paid Facebook apps — for both iOS and Android devices.