A place where we discuss the communication industry and give our insights on advertising, website development, graphic design and strategic planning.
When we first read about the Coronavirus epidemic, I’m sure we didn’t think much more about it. The distance between us and the origin of the virus was great, and nothing could happen to any of us because we are in the United States. This couldn’t have been further from the truth and there are many ways this affects our country directly as well as indirectly.
There’s a recurring question that you will hear throughout your adult life. The question that you are asked every time you meet a new person... “So what do you do?” And that is when I tell them that I work in client services for an advertising agency. Most people just nod and pretend to know what I am talking about. Then you have those people that work in advertising or marketing and actually understand what you do. But more often than not, people will respond with a “huh” or “so what does that mean?” So let me explain what an advertising agency is, and the different services Texas Creative offers that can help your company.
When the idea first hit me to try my hand at starting a business, it was 1985. Ronald Reagan was president, a gallon of gas was $1.09, the Bears won the Super Bowl, CDs were new, the first version of Windows was released and the Titanic was found. And oh yeah, the first Macintosh computer was introduced the year before and the word on the street was that it’s going to have a profound impact on the industry we work in. What an understatement and what a time it was.
At Texas Creative, we take pride in our digital marketing capabilities and measurable outcomes that we provide to our current clients. From paid digital and social advertising, to building award-winning websites, we offer customized solutions for all of your digital needs all under one roof. This blog is about why Texas Creative is one of the top digital marketing agencies in San Antonio.
Wi-Fi is everywhere so most of us don’t think twice about connecting to our local coffee shop and surfing the world wide web. But the ubiquity of Wi-Fi has created a false sense of security. In reality, connecting to public Wi-Fi can open your device up to being hacked or expose data from sites you access as the packets of data fly around the air.