July 2016 | HenkinSchultz Creative Services
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July 2016

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Would you like to Win a FREE Website?

By | Creativity, Design, Digital, Web Design
Enter the Wanna Winna Website Giveaway This year, HenkinSchultz is celebrating its 25th birthday. There will be presents, and not just the kind you find all wrapped up in ribbon. To say thank you, we’re giving away presence. Yours. Online. Free. If you’re a startup getting on your feet, a non-profit serving your community or an existing business looking for a refresh, read on. We understand the importance of online presence. And we know what it takes to build an engaging, user-friendly website that performs – and looks good, too! So we build a lot of them and now we’re...
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Avera Heart Hospital – Spirited to the Core

By | Advertising, Marketing | No Comments

Though they work around the clock, the Avera Heart Hospital staff begins each “day” with a prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance. We featured their unique culture in a great TV spot that aired this month. Avera Heart Hospital – Spirited, inside and out. The Avera Heart Hospital staff begins each “day” with a prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance. This practice is at the core of their culture and identity. And it’s the theme of a recent television spot created by HenkinSchultz. As we all celebrate this month of independence, it is not only a great time to reflect…

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As Social Media Tools Evolve, They Also Frustrate. HenkinSchultz Can Navigate.

By | Digital
As a user, you’ve seen it. One day your information is all in one place, the next day an icon or access has changed, or a function even eliminated. The never-ending evolution of social media platforms can be equally frustrating when it comes to using social media digital advertising tools. Take Facebook for example. As its advertising service has grown, we’ve all at some point grumbled and shaken a fist at the computer. Its 20% Rule has flustered the day of many advertisers, large and small. After rumors that it may be going away, users were surprised to know that...
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