was forwarded this piece earlier. http://adage.com/digital/article?article_id=135238Read More.
No matter how ubiquitous the Web becomes, there will always be a need for brand communications materials to appear in the printed, tangible form. At Maricich, we’ve found that this is especially true in the healthcare, pharmaceutical and medical device categories, where brochures remain an important sales tool, and in hospitals, where printed newsletters remain a […]Read More.
At Charleston|Orwig, we’re using social media to promote awareness of Rare Disease Day on February 28th. To generate a groundswell of buzz, we’re going to try to make Rare Disease Day one of the trending (hot) topics on Twitter February 28. Tweeters can do that by commenting on the #Rare Project (The hash rare project) in their tweets and including #Rare […]Read More.
We’ve been using a service called www.budurl.com to track links we embed in blogs, emails and other social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. It’s been a pretty good way to track traffic. Wall posts on Facebook, for example, don’t seem to get too much traction. Twitter, on the other hand, yields quite a number […]Read More.
This week, Communication Arts is featuring a site we designed for our client, Hyatt Siesta Key Beach. You can view it by going to: www.commarts.com/webpicks. Hyatt Siesta Key Beach is 44 unit luxury fractional resort in Southwest Florida. The website features simple navigation over full screen high definition video and is designed to give the […]Read More.