2016 was a monumental year for liquidfish. We hired three new members of the family, welcomed Christopher Lee to his new role as Creative Director, and improved our SEO and PPC services. Those improvements have led us to expand our digital marketing services as a whole, and we’d love the opportunity to continue proving ourselves right here in Oklahoma City and beyond. That’s why we’re offering one free month of SEO to our clients who sign on for 2017— an average savings of over $1,000.
With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season already approaching, I become more and more thankful for Thanksgiving. It is quickly becoming my favorite holiday because, in a society where busy is best, it’s the one day of the year that is dedicated to giving thanks, relaxing, and counting your blessings.
Building on Christopher's post, I would like to take this opportunity to express the importance of unique content to current and potential clients. Having an understanding of what makes your company “tick” is crucial to a successful campaign in every aspect of what we do, including copy, design, development, social, and SEO. During the initial “discovery” phase, our team explains how important it is to represent yourself in the fullest, most unique context. For me, as a copywriter, this pertains specifically to content.
One of my favorite parts of being a designer is learning about new industries. Each new project brings something new to the table and keeps me on my toes for what’s to come. Over the past year, I’ve had the opportunity to work with a diverse group of clients and learn about their various industries. Some of the these include banking, industrial screen manufacturing, aircraft title insurance, colleges, athletes, drones, agricultural lime, digital security, land management, painting solutions, and hospitality.
This month, I celebrate my one-year work-iversary at liquidfish. As this milestone approached, I took some time to look back on my first year in the advertising and digital marketing world and write down what I have learned. Some things were exactly as I had imagined them in college, and others have changed my perspective completely.
Let’s face it: few people enjoy networking, and I didn’t leave that word out of the title by accident. The routine can seem so forced – handshakes, pleasantries, exchanging business cards – but there’s no denying the value in getting to know your peers. Here are five reasons you should spend a little time at local networking events, even if you’re the socially anxious type like me.
Logos are one of my favorite things to design. They look like the easiest thing to design but they are actually one of the most difficult to do. Through my career (and a lot of trial and error), I’ve learned a few things that helped me with my logo design. Here are a few things to keep in mind when designing a logo.
Object Composition is a fairly common method to explain in very simple terms what Object-Oriented Programming is about. Most developers can probably remember seeing an example in a text book, blog or class that used the concept of a car to explain composition. In this example, the car is a composite type which contains parts, such as wheels, engine, seats, etc.
I’m an S. If I had started out with “I’m a B” you’d know right away what I meant, right? But “I’m an S”? That one requires a bit of an explanation. The S I’m referring to is “steadiness” from the DiSC profile. Simply put, DiSC is a personal assessment tool used to improve work productivity, teamwork, and communication.