Nadia Zerka, one of Imagine's fabulous Account Directors, has some creative insight in her newest blog.

The other reasons small businesses fail

I saw a post over the weekend on Twitter that said something to the effect of “a big box retailer was packed while this small business had to close.” My assumption is the intent of the tweet was to say that mom-and-pop businesses can’t compete with big box retailers. I don’t think that’s always the…
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Read this blog written by our Public Relations Director/Photographer, Tiffannie Bond.

From one Vegas native to another

Dear Vegas Golden Knights, Here we are, the Stanley Cup Playoffs. And – although I’d be ecstatic if you won the trophy – I’m OK if you don’t, because you’ve already given this second-generation native a great gift. You shined a light on something I’ve known since I was 5 years old and watched this…
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40th Annual International Collegiate Conference

This past weekend I had the honor of representing the UNLV chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) at the AMA 40th Annual International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans. It gave me so much joy to see hundreds of my peers from across the world gathered together to practice the marketing concepts we have learned…
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Don’t leave money on the table

I heard a story recently about a guy who was walking past a hair salon that was promoting a hair restoration service. The guy was balding and interested in the service, so he walked in. When he inquired about the service, the receptionist’s initial response was “Oh, it’s really expensive.”  Not that it was a…
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This was a blog written by our very own Senior Designer, Julie Varley.

Five important ways to maintain your website

Congratulations, you are officially a website owner! Now that you’re feeling extra excited and proud about your new online identity, we don’t want you to forget some key steps that result in keeping your new website properly functioning. Yes, owning a website comes with some maintenance responsibilities just like owning a car. Visual Check –…
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Going viral

One of the definitions of “viral” – well, at least that pertains to what I’m about to write – is “quickly and widely spread or popularized especially by person-to-person electronic communication.” I hear about videos or photos “going viral” on “The Today Show” and referred to in casual conversation, but it’s always something that has…
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