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How To Give Your Audience a Better Online Experience

Brand loyalty… why does it occur? Typically because we have had a positive experience with a business, and, in turn we choose to spend our money with them again. Convince

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How to Allocate Your Real Estate Marketing Budget

Is print dead? Do you pay for social media? Does your website need a facelift? These questions can leave you wondering how to get the most bang for your buck

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Graphic Design – What’s In for 2015?

2015 is off with a bang. Now that we’re nearing the end of 1st quarter, it’s a good time to take a step back and see what graphic design trends

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The Burbs – Not So Remote Anymore

Most metro areas used to keep it simple: Downtown, Intown and the Suburbs. According to Builder Online, this calculation is being rethought as suburban town centers grow increasingly walkable, making

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Better YouTube Marketing for Your Brand

Video has become an integral piece of marketing in the digital age. YouTube continues to lead the way in audience reach and engagement. Brands are anxious to jump on the

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Should You Focus on Creative or Strategy?

  Blog Notions recently weighed in on the age-old tug of war: should your advertising design be creative and pretty or focus on the sales message? Honestly, both are true.

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Visual Tools Rule Real Estate

We have become a visual culture, thanks to the Internet. Now technology has advanced by continually striving to create a relationship between consumers and images. Psychology studies tell is that

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Young Buyers Vs. New Buyers

Metrostudy and Builder Online help define that the millennial, entry-level, and first-time buyers are not the same. The 2015 new home market has been focused on entry-level buyers, but the

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Millennials Prefer Mobile Over TV Time

We know that millennials are mobile crazy, but now their obsessive behavior is affecting their all-around media habits. Media Post reports that the mobile behavior of 18- to-34-year-olds is cutting

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Atlanta Wins the Streetcar Race

Atlanta and Washington, D.C. have been in a bit of competition for a while. They first launched similar transit systems — Washington Metro and Atlanta MARTA —designed in similar fashion

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