Resolution Matters: What is DPI and why do I need to know?

Picture this: you’ve been looking at the numbers for your company and feel like you could benefit from some advertising. There’s a photo on your website you’ve always liked and know that you definitely want it in this ad. So, you come up with a market to target, buy a full-page space in a magazine,…
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Location, location, location

Instagram is my personal favorite social media platform. I spend far too much time on it. And because of my frequent use and the fact that our phones are always listening, I get targeted with a lot of specific, relevant ads. And when one piques my interest enough for me to view the profile or…
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SXSW Takeaways

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of attending South by Southwest (SXSW). SXSW is a marketing mecca full of industry superstars willing to share their knowledge with the masses. After sifting through pages and pages of notes from all of the various sessions, I’ve narrowed down my top five takeaways from the…
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Welcome, Ginger!

Ginger Meurer joined the Imagine team earlier this month as a public relations coordinator and already got to take a picture with a tin man while on assignment. Get to know Ginger in the Q & A below and say hello in the comments! What is your official title/role with Imagine? Public Relations Coordinator What…
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Keeping your company customer-centric

Between determining allocation for new projects and looking at future investments, sometimes the focus of your company can turn away from the customer. It’s something that easily happens when business owners are trying to keep the doors open, and it can even sneak up on you when you think everything is just fine. The point…
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The Ryan Reynolds Toon Blast Saga

If you haven’t seen the series of ads that Ryan Reynolds starred in for Toon Blast, then you can click below to watch them now. Last July, Reynolds stared in a series of comedic ads for the block-matching app game Toon Blast. Each commercial was short, lasting between 9 and 50 seconds, and focused on…
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