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QR Codes, So Hot Right Now

Posted on Jan 31, 2012 by Amy Kauffman

You see them everywhere: on business entrances, restaurant menus, movie posters, brochures, direct mail pieces, the list goes on. Although we have heavily utilized these quick response barcodes for over two years in the marketing and tech world, as an industry we have yet to perfect the use of QR Codes (and in many instances failed miserably at understanding their effective placement).

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We’re looking for Interns (Austin, Tx)

Posted on Jan 25, 2012 by Johnny Jeffers

Attention college students:

We are looking for motivated individuals that want to gain experience in the creative services industry, from website/ graphic design to email marketing. This internship is not paid but you’ll gain extensive and valuable experience in all areas of digital marketing. Your major doesn’t necessary have to be associated with digital media but experience with the Adobe Creative Suite is necessary.

If you’re interested please contact our Creative Director, Johnny Jeffers, ( for more details.

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Real Life Austin – Postcard

Posted on Jan 25, 2012 by Johnny Jeffers

In preparation for their upcoming move to a larger location, Real Life Austin hired us to design, print and mail-out 20,000+ post cards to south Austin residence. Join Real Life Austin for their Grand Opening this Sunday (January 29, 2012) at Gorzycki Middle School (7412 West Slaughter Lane, Austin, Texas 78749), service times are 9:00am & 10:30am.


Growing Your Brand, Fans

Posted on Jan 17, 2012 by Amy Kauffman

Coca-cola. Pringles. Play Station. Victoria Secret. Oreo.

What do these companies have in common? They are all top brands on Facebook, garnering the highest number of fans among the thousands of pages on our favorite social media marketing platform.

What does this mean and why do companies strive to emulate these brands and dissect every new campaign and social strategy? Because as marketers we know that fans = greater influence and reach. And increased interaction with your brand = increased brand loyalty and consumer satisfaction.

Check out this infograph that breaks down the correlation between number of fans, engagement and how that can influence the growth and success of your business.