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Pokémon GO: Bulbasaurs and Billions

By: Cory Gray

It’s been a week since the release of Nintendo’s newest Pokémon game and it’s rapidly taking over parks, sidewalks, and millions of landmarks across the World. With more daily users than Twitter in the United States and aspiring Pokémasters taking to social media to share pictures of wild Pokémon, it is nearly impossible to have missed out on the craze. For those still out of the loop, a brief overview of the game can be found on Vox.

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The SXSW Experience – 2016

A few weeks ago, we attended SXSW Interactive 2016 in downtown Austin — and it did not disappoint.   There was so much to learn, take in, and explore, it was a truly rewarding experience.  From brand experiences, startups, and technology, to marketing tips and life-hacking advice, we thought we’d round up and share some of our favorite take-aways from the trip. Read the Rest

SXSW Recap

With our first trip to Austin for SXSW, we tried to hit a variety of sessions that could apply to a wide range of our clients and readers.  Below is a quick sxsw recap, but first, some fun facts we learned!

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2015 Brand Resolutions

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We are half-way through the first month of 2015, the holidays have passed and the new year dust has settled. It is now time to push forward and get serious about making better business decisions that will keep your company succeeding not only in 2015, but well into the future.

For starters, we’ve put together a ‘2015 Brand Resolutions’ checklist of sorts, with some stats to help explain why each item is worth pursuing if you haven’t yet.

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Digital Content Marketing – #digitaljungle

Nestlé Purina's Digital Jungle

We recently had the pleasure of attending Nestlé Purina’s Digital Summit, a day long conference held at the Four Seasons in downtown St. Louis, where we were joined by Purina’s top digital marketing associates and several other agencies from throughout the U.S. This was our third consecutive year attending the summit, and as usual, the day did not disappoint.

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