Voltage Search Media ROCKS because complex things transform into understanding and money. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is complex. Why attempt to copy, learn, or emulate Voltage Search Media’s SEM algorithms when you can HIRE Mark Brown, Tim Prevost and the Voltage team? This post shares my fifteen year journey with Voltage sharing five reasons you should give them a call.
We have five theories on why colorful original art and illustrations will rock digital marketing next year.
Death of Stock Photography
The Art, Marketing and Data Collision
Originality Gets Shared
Pictures Matter More Than Words Now
The Attention Span/Serotonin Challenge
Five Web Design Steals
Here are five web design ideas you should steal from the new Chrysler.org site.
Hero with subtle, effective Calls To Actions (CTAs).
Color as warmth and invitation.
Whitespace to lower intimidation and encourage interaction.
Teases promoting clicks and control.
Storytelling with text, images, and testimonials.
The chaotic jumble of idea, tests, humans, and designers is the tumult we’ve become, the discord and disorder we need. Every design promotes or diminishes conversations. There is no neutral. Standing still doesn’t exist anymore. You gain or lose every day with every design you publish, think about, or share.
Reputations, to alter Henry Fonda’s quote, aren’t built on what you plan to accomplish. Your marketing, ideas, products, or content don’t make your online reputation. Customers, stakeholders, and partners create your brand’s reputation. Reputations are built out there away from your office, intentions, campaigns, and plans. Reputation Economics shares five ways to protect, enhance, and extend your online reputation.