10 Job Searching Tips for Recent College Grads

Since everyone else is doing it, we thought we would throw out some of our advice to all those college grads out there who are anxiously searching for their first real job. The job search can be scary and the hiring process for businesses even more so. Whether you’re an aspiring graphic designer looking to get into web design, or a recent grad looking to get into ad production, these ten tips will help you succeed in your new workplace. 1) Be on time. It may seem silly, how come my manager rolls in an hour late every day? When
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Cheers to 2014

It’s a new year and you’re probably reflecting on the past year. You’re reminiscing about all the trips you took, successes, failures, challenges and good times you had in 2013. Here are some of our favorite moments from 2013: The NCAA® Final Four Tour. Our client, Connor Sport Court® International, provides the official floor of the NCAA® Final Four. We ran social media and internet marketing for the event and our CEO Michelle Smith went on the tour to the Georgia Dome. Solitude Mountain Resort. We love new clients, especially our first ski resort! We love having an excuse to
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AE, Sales Rep, Account Manager, Strategist (All the same – taking care of your customers)

As you may already know working in sales can be a dog-eat-dog world and digital (web & social) sales is no exception. When reviewing potential client websites and social content prior to making the first call, there are several initial steps that should be taken. Website and social analysis includes – reviewing nonfunctional links, page speed, page errors, correct keywords, site & social analytics, unutilized directories, banner ads, remarking campaigns, PPC – Blah, Blah, Blah. After the initial analysis process is completed, it’s time to publish the content into a proposal that makes sense to the client (our observations &
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Destructive Fire Almost Destroys Idyllwild

For some of us, Idyllwild, California is a second home with generations of memories and family vacations. Last week, all we could do was sit and watch as a fire tore through the forest and threaten the little cabin that inspired the name of our company. We turned on the news in our conference room and watched in horror as the fire moved closer to Idyllwild. All we had was a local resident, Jeff, who stayed behind to man webcams and provide updates after the rest of the town evacuated. We hoped and prayed waiting for the fire to stop.
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