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We’re Hiring a Web Designer/Developer!

Web Designer/Developer Position HenkinSchultz is seeking a full-time Web Designer/Developer to direct the delivery of innovative and effective Web marketing solutions to clients. Responsibilities include: Designing, developing and implementing new websites and landing pages Accountability for systems design and development of websites (primarily Wordpress) Manage the support of existing client websites (including new feature architecture and implementation, plus performing updates to Wordpress code base) Creating intuitive interfaces and interaction layers using best practices, the latest Web trends and all available tools to augment the user experience Collaborate with designers, producers and other team members' as well as with clients'” to produce…
HenkinSchultz
March 6, 2014
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Why Brand Perception Is Important

Everyone has a rep to protect. It can be the only thing making you money or not making you money. A brand is like a person. You make assumptions about it based on your perception and its reputation. These are the most powerful ways people are influenced when choosing any product or service. Take Southwest Airlines for instance. They positioned themselves as the friendly, easy going, no-fee airline in the United States. Their primary audience is the guy that drives the Honda or Toyota, not behind the wheel of the BMW or the Benz. He wants to save a couple…
HenkinSchultz
March 4, 2014
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Ad of the Week: Ikea In RGB

In both marketing and interior design, few things are more limiting than space. Whether that be fitting a novel's worth of content into a quarter-page ad or transforming a studio apartment from a jail cell into a home, one's eyes are almost always bigger than their stomach in terms of creativity and imagination. Ikea was faced with this exact dilemma when figuring out how to effectively convey its brand message within a 9-meter billboard. Instead of settling for a quick-hitting headline, they decided to triple their ad space - without tripling the size of their media budget. How, you ask? There was no black magic or…
HenkinSchultz
February 28, 2014
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Ad of the Week: Big Mac on the Mind

McDonald's is messing with our heads a bit in this creative, British campaign that features prankvertising and some attention to detail (or lack thereof). Basically what's happening here is that McDonald's is trying to tell us that people can't concentrate on anything else when the Big Mac is in close proximity. Unlike the recent trend of daring ad stunts, and the million-calorie sandwich itself, the prank element here is pretty benign and quite effective. A couple on the street asks for a pair of different, unsuspecting folks to take a photo of them. As they prepare for the photo to…
HenkinSchultz
February 21, 2014
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Which Social Media Network Wins the Gold?

With the Olympics on numerous television stations and all over Facebook and Twitter, we couldn't help but wonder,"If there was an Olympic medal for social media, which network would stand at the top of the podium and take home the gold?" If it were all about the numbers, chances are good that Facebook would be a clear winner. Facebook is still dominant with 71% of online adults now using this social media platform, according to the Pew Research Center's Internet Project Tracking Survey. The following are the results of their study: Social Media Use Among Online Adults in 2013: Facebook: …
HenkinSchultz
February 19, 2014
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Ad of the week: V Day 2014, with extra cheese please

Valentine's Day is one of the most notorious yearly "you better remember to get me something or else (insert consequence here)" holiday. I must admit, it is not my favorite. If the words "barf" or "you've got to be kidding me" come out of my mouth, it's a deal breaker for me. For that reason alone, I chose to feature this Valentines Day ad - fresh off the grill with extra cheese. This commercial personifies every girl's fantasy of the perfect guy. Great looks, hot bod, mature, romantic, observant, plants you a flower garden to ask you marry him -…
HenkinSchultz
February 14, 2014
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The Best Commercials of the Not-So-Super Bowl

Much like the game itself, this year's Super Bowl ads were.. lackluster, to say the least. Whereas years past have given us gems such as "1984", "The Force" and "the beloved" (or not so much) E*Trade Babies, this year's advertisers left little to take our mind off the Seahawks public shaming of Peyton Manning (not counting the Budweiser puppy, obviously.) Though the in-game spots may have left something to be desired, to say this year's advertisers were lacking in creativity would be patently false. Much like winning a Super Bowl goes far beyond the players on the field, the stars…
HenkinSchultz
February 7, 2014
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Anxious About Your Website? You’re Not Alone.

There was a time in the not so distant past, that while having a business meeting in a coffee shop, the person sipping the breakfast blend might ask, "Do you have a website?" The person downing the steaming espresso with a double shot might answer, "It's in our five-year plan." No big reaction from the breakfast blend. No need for an explanation from the double shot. Today, the original question has changed to, "What's your web address?" From a single site in 1991 to more than 700 million in 2013, the Internet continues to grow exponentially. At the rate it's…
HenkinSchultz
February 4, 2014
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Ad of the Week: Those Dogs at Subaru

When you think of the typical Subaru driver, you may perhaps associate them with certain qualities: They shop at Whole Foods, wear brands like Patagonia and Teva, enjoy the outdoors (or at least pretend to) and bring their furry, slobbering friends along for rides. Subaru is not only embracing their stereotype, but they've taken it to a whole new level with their new ad campaign, Meet the Barkleys. And by whole new level, I actually mean whole new breed. The Barkleys are in fact a family of dogs. Subaru has long been known for its dog-friendly ways. But these dogs…
HenkinSchultz
January 30, 2014